While you may not have heard of a sponsor if you’re traveling CONUS during a PCS, a sponsor is beneficial to you no matter what installation you’re moving to. So, what will a Sponsor do for you?
The Single Marine Program (SMP) is designed to create peer-to-peer connections between Marines.
Even the most motivated and well-trained Marines can find themselves challenged by stress. From everyday life to mission-driven deployments and combat. Stress in the Marine Corps world is inevitable.
Getting a job is hard, and securing the job of your dreams is sometimes even harder. This was the case for National Guard Staff Sergeant (SSG) David Verdoorn before contacting the Marine for Life Network.
Networking is a vital part of finding new employment opportunities as a transitioning Marine or spouse.Our tips will help you put your best foot forward at your next networking event.
Are you thinking of getting a college degree? With your military training and experience you may already be part way there.
LinkedIn is a great way to keep in touch with colleagues, present your professional image, and conduct your job search. Keep in mind this essential LinkedIn etiquette as you cultivate your network.
Marine Spouse 101: A new spouse series that highlights the challenges and adventures of a soon-to-be Marine spouse. Follow her story as she begins her Marine Corps journey.
If you know that the company you’re interviewing with values innovation, you’d want to emphasize the ways you contributed new ideas, growth. If they value tradition, you might emphasize other aspects of your experience.
The cost of college can be significant, but there are many options available to you as a Marine spouse to help you finance your education.