Data Systems Technician (Former Employee) – Camp Pendleton, CA – February 12, 2016
The USMC was a life changing experience that I will never forget. There are lessons that I learned there that I will carry with me for the rest of my life. It taught me to be a team player, a leader, and someone who can be depended upon.
Aircraft Logs and Record Clerk (Former Employee) – San Diego, CA – February 11, 2016
Co-workers are fairly easy to get along with. The few things I've learned like honor, courage, and commitment has taken my work ethic and personal mindset to a much higher plateau. The hardest part of the job is constantly being away from family 6 months at a time.The most enjoyable part is to know that I was an integral part of something much bigger than me.
Ammunition and Explosives Technician (Former Employee) – Washington, DC – February 11, 2016
I joined right after graduating high school. Started at the bottom and within 4 years had worked my way up to managing my own platoon of Marines. I matured very fast and learned as much as I possibly could through my 4 years. I learned management skills, time management, communications, a high attention to details. I traveled all over the globe and worked hand in hand with other cultures. I would not trade one single thing for the experiences I had while serving. Serving my country is the proudest thing I will ever do in my life.
Tool Room Supervisor (Former Employee) – North Carolina – February 10, 2016
Overall it was a great opportunity. You get to meet so many different people and learn things you never would in the Civilian world. They taught me discipline, respect, gratitude, honesty, commitment, and made me a better person over all.
Instructor/Trainer (Former Employee) – Chesapeake, VA – February 10, 2016
Management needs work Loved the work and friends i made Life and work skills i gained were essential for future work The experiences I've had and seen have made me a better person and helped me become a better leader and a better person
Lance Corporal (Current Employee) – Wilkes-Barre, PA – February 9, 2016
the marine corps is held up on strong old tradition. every day i learn to become a citizen and a better employee. fellow marine around us motivate you to do better. the hardest part about the marine corp is always trying to beat the marine to your left and your right. the most enjoyable part are the deployments and awards
Motor Vehicle Operator/ Security Commander (Former Employee) – Camp Pendleton, CA – February 8, 2016
As a marine you never stop learning things and you get opportunities to excel and improve yourself. The hardest part would have to be leaving family behind while you deploy but you also get to do your job as a marine.
Cyber Network Specialist (Former Employee) – Cherry Point, NC 28533 – February 8, 2016
A typical day consisted of physical training which allowed me to stay in shape and working out in the field(outside) or inside learning on various equipment relating to my job. Being in the military allowed me to have a straightforward mindset on a plan or goal, discipline was greatly enforced and branded into our lives.
Great benefits and relationships(network). Many opportunities to get certifications!