What We Do
The Career Resource Center offers information and assistance to aid
military service members, retirees, veterans, DOD civilian employees and
their family members in their career planning and job search.
- The two primary programs are Transition Assistance and Family Member Employment Assistance.
- The Center includes representatives from Disabled American Veterans, Veteran’s
Affairs and California EDD.
- We provide a variety of resources such as computer programs,
internet access, reference library and job listings.
- We have friendly and helpful staff to assist you and answer
- Our services are provided for free and we are open
Monday through Friday
from 7 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Facilities & Equipment
Automated Services Consists of computer work stations for clients to use in preparing
resumes, cover letters and federal applications. Internet capability is
available on all computers. Fax service, copier and telephone for employer
contact is also available.
Resource Library Consists of newspaper publications, video and books on the job market
and how to better prepare yourself
Employment Listings For local, nationwide and overseas employers. These listings are
updated every day.
Job Search Web site from the Office of the
Secretary of Defense
dedicated to employment assistance for transitioning military members and
spouses of PCSing members.
Marine For Life
Marine For Life is a Marine Corps organization that provides nationwide assistance to Marines who are returning to civilian life, Marine reservists and all Marine veterans throughout their lives.
Marine For Life began in 2002 at the direction of then-Marine Corps Commandant, Gen. James Jones.
The organization enables Marines who move on to civilian life, after serving honorably, to stay a part of the Marine Corps family and brotherhood.
The goal of Marine For Life is to harness the skills, contacts and personal and professional networks of Marine Corps veterans and others in the community—to form a network to help Marines.
The Marine Corps believes in taking care of its own, and Marine For Life is an expression of the Marine Corps ethos, "Once a Marine, always a Marine."
Gen. Jones said, "For those who have served honorably, our debt of gratitude must extend well beyond their last day of service."
Marine For Life's headquarters is located at Marine Corps Base Quantico, Virginia. About 100 Marine For Life representatives, who are Marine Corps reservists, work in cities and towns throughout the United States including in metropolitan areas, such as Boston, Denver, San Francisco, New York, Chicago and other cities.
To visit this site, click [ here ].
Our Transitional Services Partners
American Veterans (DAV) Phone: (858)
of Veterans Affairs (DVA) Phone:
(858) 689-2141 ALT# 1-(800) 827-1000
Development Department (EDD)
- State of California TAP Instructor Phone: