Hours of Operation:
Mon–Fri: 8am – 4:30pm
Face coverings required.
Your safety is our top priority. Please review our current policies/services:
- Call (442) 288-5843 / (442) 288-6192 (or email email@example.com / firstname.lastname@example.org for appointments or assistance. (Appointments can be scheduled via phone/text)
- Individual Career Coaching sessions are available by appointment only (virtual appointments are encouraged)
- All FMEAP workshops are available via virtual platform
- Only one patron at a time will be allowed in any office
The Family Member Employment Assistance Program (FMEAP) at Camp Pendleton provides employment assistance, skill based education, training and other career development opportunities to military spouses and family members, in addition to:
- Resume Assistance
- Interviewing Skills
- Job Search Strategies
- Job Referrals
- Online Job Postings Boards
- Career Fairs
- Military Spouse Virtual Assistance Program
- Career Advancement Accounts
- Career Fair and Education Expo Application
FMEAP Employment Consultant Specialists are here for you!
Assisting military spouses and family members in the following areas:
- Career planning and management
- Employment options through career development & assessment testing
- Identifying potential employers
- Effective networking techniques to seek out job opportunities
- Writing powerful resumes and job search documents
- Effective Q & A during interviews
- Salary negotiation tactics and effective job offer valuation
- Helpful job resources once securing adequate employment
- Employment coaching
- Educational resources
- For Volunteer Opportunities call (760) 725-3856.
- Check out the Career Resource Management Career Center for additional resume and job search support.
- Check out the Military Transition Programs if your spouse is leaving active duty at the End of Active Service (EAS), Retirement or military discharge prior to EAS.
Calling all spouses! Turn your life experience into college credit!
If you are seeking an Associates or Bachelor’s degree your life experience may earn you college credit. The Department of Defense acknowledges the many ways you support your service member, and are conducting a pilot test program that captures all of your volunteer, work, and life experiences as a military spouse. Contact Military OneSource for more information and to get signed up.