Confused about what path you should take after you EAS? Here are our top tips for finding your dream post-Marine Corps career.
There are many benefits to applying to college with the Common Application, which is used by more than 700 unviersities.
What are the steps for Marines who are interested in applying for LSP and using the program to assist them in their application process?]
Are you thinking of getting a college degree? With your military training and experience you may already be part way there.
The Leadership Scholar Program (LSP) was formed to support the admission of qualified Marines to four year, not-for-profit colleges and universities across the nation. As if that wasn’t enough reason to access this resource, check out the many free programs LSP works with to help Marines prepare to further their education at selective colleges and universities.
The Marine Corps has announced its new relicensing fee reimbursement program for spouses, authorized by the 2018 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA).
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.
Everything you need to know about the new blended retirement system.
Financial stress of the holidays prompts many families to seek additional sources of income. Frequent moves can make it tough for a Marine spouse to secure satisfying work. Portable careers can be a great career path for some Marine spouses. Portable (or remote) careers are on the rise with 43 percent of U.S workers working at least occasionally remotely from 2017 (Flexjobs.com, 2017). Here are three resources to get you started in your search for a portable career.
Dust off those cobwebs and do some spring cleaning for your career!