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November is Military Family Month, when we thank families for the strength they provide to service members.
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In April 2010, the U.S. Department of Agriculture and the Department of Defense launched the Military Extension Internship Program, a workforce development initiative that provides college students and recent college graduates with practical work experience in child and youth programs on military installations around the world.
Flu season can start as early as October and last as late as May, but it usually peaks in January and February. These are the months you will want to take extra precautions to stay healthy.
Military OneSource recognizes your unique needs keep you working beyond the traditional 9-to-5, and as a result, you often put yourself last. That's why the support you need is never out of reach.
Stress is an everyday part of life, especially for military families. The Military Family Life Counselor program is here to help and remind you that you don't have to manage it alone.
If you are a service member or the partner of a service member, here are some ways you can treat your significant other.
That image of the traditional military family doesn't exist. Families may have 10 children, no children or furry, four-legged children. Find out ways to celebrate the diversity in your family here.
When you're late for work and frantically searching for the car keys your toddler has hidden for the fourth time this week, it's easy to get flustered. You may love your children to the moon and back, but there are parenting moments that can frustrate even the most patient among us. Consider these ways to be more mindful and present and show your family members you are thankful.
When your children start a new school, know what questions to ask about standardized testing. Knowing what to expect will make that transition for your children, and you, a smooth one.
Building a solid connection with the school and staying actively involved in your child's learning benefits your child and demonstrates a commitment to education.
Now that you've accepted the responsibility of caring for a service member's family during deployment, you may be surprised to discover the many military resources and support programs available to support you in this role.
'Tis the season to spend, but before you do, check out these money saving tips!
Everyone wants to stay healthy and energetic while traveling, especially when the travel is part of a move. These tips can help you find ways to stay healthy, even during the most hectic part of your move.
Your installation employment readiness specialist has resources to assist you in preparing for the workforce or searching for employment. Find your career path or begin your search for employment today!
Consider company benefits, as well as salary, when making your decision to accept employment.
Finding the right balance between too much and too little stress is essential for your overall well-being. Manage your stress level to maintain a healthy balance in your life.
Left untreated, compassion fatigue can lead to burnout and other conditions that may not go away on their own. If you work with victims of trauma, you can take steps to recognize, limit and treat these effects.
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