Mentor. Coach. Guide. Counselor. Teacher. Instructor. Adviser. The word “mentor” has a lot of meanings, whether you’re looking it up in the dictionary or asking what it might mean to you personally. So how do you settle on one term? Let’s look at the different types of mentoring and how they could apply to you as a Marine or a Marine spouse.
You know a mentor is key to advancing in your career, but as a Marine spouse where do you find a mentor to provide career guidance, advice and support? Here are 6 places to start your search.
Successful networking is easier said than done
As a Marine, you may not need to rely on a student loan to pay for your education. With access to Tuition Assistance, scholarships, grants, and your GI Bill education benefit you have many options.
Have you thought about working for the Federal Government but not sure where to start? Have no fear: the Transition Readiness team is here to get you on the path to federal employment.
Transition: it’s not just a word, but a process.
Your resume is often the first impression you will make on an organization. It’s important to communicate your experience as quickly and clearly as possible.
The heart of the Marine For Life Network (M4L) are the M4L Representatives. These Reservists are passionate about assisting transitioning Marines and family members. Learn how Capt Josh Browning, a transitioning Marine, received assistance from LtCol Thomas Leahy, the Maryland M4L Representative.
Transitioning Marines and Veterans, are you looking to work for the federal government? Have you heard about the special hiring authorities such as the Veterans Recruitment Appointment?
Fraud is common occurrence and although most of us think of ourselves as savvy fraud spotters, even the sharpest individuals can be fooled. Learn how to spot a fraud from this story, based on Marines who were recently victims of a scam.