Effective July 31, 2017, the Transition Readiness Program (TRP) became a Critical Or Requiring Evaluation (CORE) Functional Area with the Inspector General Marine Corps (IGMC). TRP shall now be an area of focus of all command inspections. To assist Commands in implementing a successful TRP within the unit and avoid findings on future inspections, review the following valuable resources:
Remember, the goal of the TRP is to emphasize a proactive approach to assisting Marines in making educated decisions throughout their career, enabling them to formulate effective career, educational, and entrepreneurial goals—because a transition-ready Marine is a mission-ready Marine. Therefore, beginning 14 months from transitioning, every Marine will receive updated notifications regarding their current transition completion status, including resources and tools that continue to support a successful transition.
Still looking for more in-depth assistance implementing an effective TRP within your unit? Contact your installation’s Transition Readiness staff.
When you need to find online Marine Corps resources, where do you turn first? If your initial response isn’t “Marine OnLine,” then it should be!
Throughout your job search, you may encounter a variety of interviews that are potentially different from the face-to-face meetings you’re used to. Check out this list of potential interview situations you might encounter and how best to prepare for them.
References are an important part of the job search process, but they can often be an afterthought. Failure to prepare references ahead of time can result in the loss of a potential job offer.