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Top industry professionals recognize Lejeune fire chief January 15, 2015 — Marine Corps Installations East and Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune Fire and Emergency Services chief, Chris Parker, was recently designated as a Chief Fire Officer, making him the only one in the Marine Corps. The CFO designation is not only a step along the way to self-improvement for Parker, but also a deeper commitment to the base and MORE
Personal readiness seminar teaches finance, career lessons January 15, 2015 — The John A. Lejeune Education Center hosted a new personal readiness seminar for the first time Jan. 7 and 8 to prepare Marines and sailors for the rest of their career in the service and beyond through knowledge about the opportunities available to them.The weekly seminar is part of Marine for Life, a program mandated by the Department of Defense MORE
Education center hosts mini-education fair weekly January 15, 2015 — Service members looking to improve themselves professionally can seek higher education during mini-education fair at the John A. Lejeune Education Center aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune. Every Tuesday from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., schools reach out to prospective students aiming to help them become more competitive in the job market. The fair MORE
Thrift Stores bring low prices, help community December 4, 2014 — For the cheapest goods around, members of the military community can visit Ramblin’ Rose Thrift Shop aboard Marine Corps Air Station New River. The volunteer-run store features free uniforms and uniform accessories for active-duty service members and cheap clothes, household items and other wares for its customers. "Our objective is to support MORE
Santa Claus is coming to town: events set to bring cheer this holiday season December 4, 2014 — Preparing for the holidays? For those staying local, Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune and Marine Corps Air Station New River are providing many opportunities for holiday cheer with a variety of events and celebrations over the next few weeks. MORE
Budget cuts lead to changes for Semper Fit December 4, 2014 — In response to significant budget cuts slated for fiscal year 2015, the Semper Fit Division of Marine Corps Community Services aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune and Marine Corps Air Station New River diligently brainstormed ways to minimize the impact to the thousands of patrons it serves; however, some changes are on the horizon. With a 48 percent smaller budget, changes were inevitable, but leaders throughout Semper Fit worked hard to create solutions they believe most effectively meet the needs of patrons while working with the reduced budget. Marine Corps Headquarters evaluated programs/services and deemed them as essential or nonessential. Programs categorized as nonessential are required to be self-sustaining and self-supported. MORE
Civilian employees prepare for benefits enrollment season with health fair November 6, 2014 — A health fair held at the Workforce Learning Center aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune gave civilian federal employees aboard the installation the opportunity to enroll with health, vision and dental insurance carriers, Nov. 5. MORE
Don’t become a victim of domestic violence, take action October 16, 2014 — It begins with love. You finally meet the person who makes you feel that rush and excitement about your future with them. The person with who you form a deep connection, who you trust more than anyone, but a day comes where you wake up and realize the excitement has become dread and physical and emotional abuse become weapons in a battle for power and control. Each October, the country bands together to combat partner abuse through Domestic Violence Awareness Month. It is a time where communities mourn the deaths attributed to domestic violence and educate people to prevent further abuse. MORE
Admissions counselors visit Lejeune, speak to prospective students October 9, 2014 — An admissions counselor from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill visited Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune to assist prospective students during the first in a series of higher education information sessions at the base education center, Friday. This visit was the first in a series scheduled to continue with a visit from the University of Virginia representatives Oct. 17 and from Georgetown University’s School of Liberal Studies Oct. 24. MORE
Lejeune students encouraged to report crime through Text-A-Tip October 3, 2014 — Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune students have the power to help law enforcement catch criminals at their fingertips. Sending information that could help lead to criminals being placed behind bars is as easy as easy as sending a text message through Crime Stoppers newest avenue, Text-A-Tip.Crime Stoppers is a partnership with area law enforcement MORE

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