Career Resources provides employment assistance and services through the Transition Readiness Program and the Family Member Employment Assistance Program. Active duty military personnel, military retirees, SOFA status personnel, and their family members can get assistance with all aspects of their job search including:
- Identifying Interests and Skills
- Exploring Potential Careers
- Networking to Find Job Leads
- Applying for Jobs
- Preparing for an Interview
- Negotiating Salary
Whether you’re looking for a job aboard MCAS Iwakuni, self-employment opportunities or a position at your next duty station, individual assistance is available for your job search or transition support.
The Library has a computer lab with internet job search capabilities and resources to create, update, and print your résumé or submit online applications.
A visiting representative from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs is available to provide training on benefits and individual assistance with developing claims or other benefits questions.
Career & Readiness Classes
Federal Job Search & Strategies
Build a Better Résumé Workshop
Accessing Higher Education
Going to college after the military? This two-day course provides detailed, hands-on training to help you apply to a college or university.
Topics include: finding the right school for your career goals; learning about the admissions process; how to apply for financial aid and veterans benefits; and connecting with student veteran organizations.