Career Support and Retention- NSF Indian Head

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Geographical Address

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Public Address
4260 Steve’s Way Bldg. D-328 (MWR Admin Building) Indian Head, MD 20640
Postal Code
20640
latitude
38.6
longitude
-77.17

Contact Info

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(301) 744-6725
Operating Hours
Wednesday 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. (Other days available by appointment.) Weekends: Closed Federal Holidays: Closed

Career Support and Retention Career Support and Retention programs include:

·         Transition Assistance Program for service members and their families leaving the military

Transition Assistance The Transition Assistance program helps better prepare service members transitioning out of the military into the civilian world. The program includes such topics as:

·         Discussion of Benefits

·         Writing a Resume in Civilian language

·         Marketing Yourself

·         Preparing for the Interview

·         Dressing for Success

The program is open to military members separating and retiring.

·         Family Employment Readiness education programs to assist family members with their job search.

Family Employment Readiness Program

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The Navy recognizes that moving every few years creates career challenges for military spouses, especially when stationed overseas or in remote areas. Our Family Employment Readiness Program (FERP) offers family members a variety of resources to tackle those challenges.

Workshops have been created to help you plan a career, launch a job search, write the resume, learn interview techniques, find information on federal employment, conduct self-assessments, set goals and even take vocational tests. FERP also offers computer tutorial programs to help you build technical skills.

The goal of FERP is to help you learn how to get a job and maintain a career you enjoy, as a military family member. Let FERP help you today.

If you don't live near a Fleet and Family Support Center, many services, such as coaching and resume reviews, can be done via the phone or email.

·         Personal Financial Management education programs promoting financial stability

The Fleet and Family Support Center provides financial education, training and counseling that emphasize long-term financial responsibility through instruction on sound money management, debt management, saving, investing and retirement planning.

Individual Financial Counseling

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·         Relocation Assistance Program providing services to outbound and inbound personnel

Relocation Assistance

(540) 653-1839 | (800) 500-4947

 

We live a mobile lifestyle in the military. Every few years we receive “Orders” to a new location, which means we have to pack up and move. Moving is stressful even for the most experienced mover. Let us assist you in making your move as smooth as possible. We offer many programs at the Fleet and Family Support Center. Some of the programs we offer for Relocation are:

Smooth Move Moving with Children Moving with Exceptional Family Members (EFM Program) Moving Overseas Sponsor Training New Spouse Orientation Loan Locker

For more information or to schedule an appointment or a class, please call the Fleet and Family Support Center at 540-653-1839.

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