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6172crew
01-16-2009, 1:34 PM
I just signed up over at http://www.nmcbn.com/ and it looks like a pretty good deal for Marines if you are looking for a job or need help with that type of stuff.

John03
01-16-2009, 4:19 PM
the Marine for life program is also a good place to find jobs
https://www.m4l.usmc.mil/Public/m4lx/start.aspx

PASSMORE
01-16-2009, 11:35 PM
Mark, the founder, is a good guy and goes to a great deal of effort to make NMCBN what it is.

sgtb
01-19-2009, 11:50 PM
http://www.nmcbn.com/images/TAMP-150.jpg

did you guys see this picture? lol.... i hope they told him at TAP to grow out his hair a little

Darklyte27
04-26-2009, 11:21 AM
haha funny, they never told me that in TAP or at least i dont remember.. haha
my hair has been never longer than a inch since 9th grade!!

oif03vet
04-26-2009, 8:03 PM
http://www.nmcbn.com/images/TAMP-150.jpg

did you guys see this picture? lol.... i hope they told him at TAP to grow out his hair a little

Or at least round out the flat top.

F-2_Challenger
04-28-2009, 7:57 PM
TAP and TAMP was totally useless.

John03
05-05-2009, 11:28 PM
If anyone is moto enough they can check out Marine Corps Civilian Police, they are hiring in a few places in California right now. I found out from an email I got from the Marine for life program.

http://www.usmccle.com/

operationblackwater
05-05-2009, 11:32 PM
Or at least round out the flat top.

LOL, I had a friend who went to a job interview right after he was out the corps and they asked him to grow his hair out in order to get the job, LOL!

Dooly
04-17-2010, 11:14 PM
I know lots of Marines who are having troubles getting a job because most companies ask them if they had a real job before. Most F#($ thing is those interviewers always say at the end, "thank you for your service." If they are that thankful they should give them a job.

KALIDAWG8996
04-20-2010, 9:11 AM
I agree, there's all sorts of problems with guys and gals getting out and looking for jobs especially ones related to their fields whether its in the wing or a grunt. The country should embrace all these men and women and utilize their experience, work ethic, and expertise instead of bashing them with stigmas.

Rob454
04-20-2010, 9:11 PM
I know lots of Marines who are having troubles getting a job because most companies ask them if they had a real job before. Most F#($ thing is those interviewers always say at the end, "thank you for your service." If they are that thankful they should give them a job.


I agree, there's all sorts of problems with guys and gals getting out and looking for jobs especially ones related to their fields whether its in the wing or a grunt. The country should embrace all these men and women and utilize their experience, work ethic, and expertise instead of bashing them with stigmas.


So if the guy/gal is not qualified for the job the company that is looking should hire them simply because they served? I mean if the applicant was say a rifleman/infantry and he was applying for a electrician job never having a electrician job in the applicants life but others were qualified should the former military applicant be automatically considered due to his service? If they are qualified for the job they have just as good a chance to get the job as anyone else. Unless the applicant has no clue how to represent himself most people I know would gladly hire retired/former military people

When i do my hiring I look for military people. Ive had every branch working for me at one time or another. I look to see if the person is qualified OR if I get the feel they are a go getter then i take them on/recommend them to the owner or to my boss. Out of the 8 guys I hired that were military I had 2 that were duds. The rest are foremen in their own right running crews of their own.