Marine & Family Program’s Career Services offers comprehensive information and resources concerning employment, training, education, and special employer events for all Military Service and Family Members, Retirees, Veterans, and DOD Civilian Employees. The Career Specialists are certified as Professional Career Coaches, Job Search Strategists, and Federal Job Search Trainers & Career Coaches. The Career Centers are certified by the Council on Accreditation (COA).
DON’T WAIT. THE TIME IS NOW.
Whether creating a new resume, building a LinkedIn account, developing your interviewing skills, or searching for private or federal employment, let the Career Specialists assist you. With years of experience, industry recognized certifications, and a solid passion for assisting Camp Pendleton’s cliental, the Career Specialists are ready to contribute to your Seamless Transition.
Career Specialists are located at Marine & Family Programs / Building 13150
- Bruce Carroll – 760 725 7184 / firstname.lastname@example.org
- Rob Dunagan – 760 725 9477 / email@example.com
- John Maki – 760 763 1843 / firstname.lastname@example.org
- Gammy Rodriguez – 760 725 9481 / email@example.com
- Transition Assistance Programs Facilitator’s Course
- Pre-Separation Counselor
- Military Occupational Code Crosswalk Facilitation
- Command Financial Specialist
- Job Search Strategist
- Federal Job Search Trainer & Federal Career Coach
With two locations, the Career Centers offer comprehensive information and resource services to include:
- Resource Libraries
- Job Announcements
- Job Search Assistance
- Computers, Internet
- Special Employer Events
The Career Centers are located at:
- Marine & Family Programs / Building 13150 / 760 725 4199
- Leatherneck Lanes / Building 1339
The workshop will explore the current employment market and the changes that have impacted the market, review statistics of the use of social media in recruiting, best practices in using the most widely used social media sites for job search, the rules of engagement for building a positive on line reputation, how to build and reinforce your online professional brand, and understanding privacy rights and responsibilities in online / social media communities. It is highly recommend that participants create a LinkedIn account as this is the primary tool discussed in the workshop. Complete user profile and explore the site and functions prior to the class.
Learn how to identify advantages and disadvantages of multiple types of resumes, understand the difference between a resume and job application , use keywords and resources used to create a resume, identify the purpose of a resume and the basic components of a resume & cover letter. Recommend participants create basic resume and identify job announcement to target for the class.
This workshop provides an overview of the Job Interview do’s and don’ts, including pre-interview research, understanding the Interview process, making a great first impression, types of questions and their real meaning, a and how to follow-up after the interview. Recommend participants bring resume, job announcement and a one career focused narrative introduction (30 second speech) for job focused practice in the workshop.
Federal Hiring Process Workshop
Learn how to identify resources to locate federal job vacancy announcements, how to interpret a vacancy announcement, understand the application process, name the forms used to apply for federal jobs, and understand how to use hiring preferences and resources.
Recommend participants create account set-up and complete user profiles on usajobs.gov. Begin building resume using on line resume tool.