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eSponsorship Application & Training Tools
The resources on this page are examples of correspondence/tools you might use during the sponsorship process. You can use them in a variety of ways:
Need more sponsor info?
Check out the eSponsorship Application and Training course, and the Sponsorship and You information course available on MilLife Learning.
- Download and save to your computer
- Edit to meet your service-specific needs
- Use in an email, or
- Send as an attachment(s) to an email
NOTE: Be sure to review your service-level sponsorship policies for any additional requirements.
Newcomer Needs Assessments Tools
Sample Sponsor Correspondence
Use the following sample messages for your initial welcome and follow-up contact with relocating service members and Defense Department civilians. The messages contain different resources for different types of moves. You can customize them to fit your needs.