TRP provides career/employment assistance, vocational guidance, and transition information to separate Marines and their family members. The tools and information provided enable all separating Marines and their family members to make a successful transition from military to civilian life. Separating Marines are counseled and advised of the availability of these programs and their responsibility for attending prior to leaving the military. Transition services and resources are provided at McTureous Hall Bldg. 218.
Who is eligible?
Transition services are available to all Marines and their family members who are within 12 months of separation or within 24 months of retirement. On a space-available basis, separated Marines can attend workshops up to 180 days after their date of separation. Pre-separation counseling and the Transition Assistance Program (TAP) workshops are mandatory for all separating Marines.
Services include workshops, counseling, assessments, and seminars with topics including:
- Mandatory Pre-Separation Counseling
- Mandatory Transition Assistance Program (TAP) Employment Workshop
- Career Coaching
- Employment and Training Assistance
- Individualized Transition Plan (ITP)
- Career Assessment
- Financial Planning
- Instruction in Resume Preparation, Cover Letter, and Job Applications
- Job Analysis Techniques
- Job Interview Techniques
- Federal Employment Application Information
- Information on Federal, State, and Local Programs Providing Assistance
- Veteran’s Benefits
- Disabled Transition Assistance Program
- Verification of Military Experience and Craning (VMET) Form