TRANSITION READINESS PROGRAM
Transition Readiness Program

Transition Readiness Program (TRP)


The Transition Readiness Program provides transition assistance, information, training, and services to eligible Service Members to prepare them to be career ready when they transition back to civilian life. The program promotes awareness of the Career Readiness Standards (CRS) Service Members must meet to create a successful transition plan during the Transition Readiness Seminar per the Veterans Opportunity to Work and Hire Heroes Act of 2011 (VOW Act). The Transition Readiness Seminar is required for active duty members separating from service. Service Members are eligible to attend as early as 12-14 months prior to separation. To register and receive the pre-work checklist Service Members must contact their Unit Transition Coordinator (UTC) or Career Planner/Counselor. If you need assistance identifying your UTC, please contact our office at 645-3151 or email at trp@okinawa.usmc-mccs.org.

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Transition Readiness Seminar (TRS)


The Transition Readiness Seminar (TRS), per MCO 1700.31, is a required for active duty members separating from service. Service Members are eligible to attend as early as 12-14 months prior to separation. The seminar incorporates briefs from the Veteran Affairs, Department of Labor, Personal Financial Management and other important resources which prepares service members for their transition to the civilian sector. 

To register and receive the pre-work check list, please contact your Unit Transition Coordinator (UTC) or Career Planner/Counselor.  If you need assistance identifying your UTC, please contact our office at 645-3151 or email at trp@okinawa.usmc-mccs.org.


2018 TRS Schedule

2019 TRS Schedule

2018 eFinancial Worksheet

How-to-Access the eForm Guide

eForm (web location)

OSD Assessment

Next-Steps for eForm (Post)



Transition Readiness Seminar Presentations


Marine for Life Network

Financial Planning

Military Occupational Crosswalk (MOC)

VA Benefits I & II v 1.1 (Participant Guide only)

Reserved Opportunity Obligation Brief (ROOB)

Resilient Transition

Department of Labor (Participant Guide only)

Relocation - Relocation Checklist for Marines & Relocation Checklist for Sailors


Optional Tracks


2019 Small Business Association Boots to Business

2019 Career Exploration Planning Track

2019 Accessing Higher Education


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Pre-Retirement Seminar 


The Pre-Retirement Seminar is an alternative option to the Transition Readiness Seminar (TRS) MCO 1700.31 for retiring Service Members. It covers recruiting, job market, resume preparation, federal employment, interview kills and specific entitlements to include Financial and Estate Planning, TRICARE, Veterans Benefits and relocation. Spouses of retiring Service Members are welcome to attend the entire seminar. Service Members are eligible attend 24 months prior to retirement. 

To register and receive the pre-work checklist, please contact your Unit Transition Counselor (UTC). If you need assistance identifying your UTC, please contact the Transition office at 645-3151 trp@okinawa.usmc-mccs.org

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2019 Pre-Retirement Schedule

2018 eFinancial Workbook

How-to-Access the eForm Guide

eForm (website)

OSD Assessment

Next Steps for eForm (Post)


Pre-Retirement Seminar Presentations


Legal (180-Day Retirement Fact Sheet)

TRICARE

IPAC

DMO

Disbursing

Medical Records

VA Benefits I & II v 1.1 (Participant Guide only)

Relocation

Resilient Transition

Military Occupational Codes (MOC)

Department of Labor (Participant Guide only)

Marine for Life Network


Financial Information & Brief


Financial Websites

Life Cycle Approach Handout

Survivor Benefit Plan Handout

Retirement Planning

Financial Insurance

Estate Planning

Financial Planning for Transition

TSP


Optional Tracks


2019 Small Business Association Boots to Business

2019 Career Exploration Planning Track

2019 Accessing Higher Education



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Additional Links and Resources


Liberty App Flyer

MCCS Okinawa Volunteer Program


Transition Information

Websites for Transitioning Service Members

VA eBenefits

My Next Move Interest Profiler 

O*Net  

Linked-In  

Marine for Life Network

SkillBridge (DoDI 1322.29

Federal Bonding Program

VMET

eForm (web location)

How-to-Access the eForm Guide

Next-Steps for eForm


Employment Information

Employment Resources (Resume Templates)

Separating/Retiring on Island Brochure

OCONUS, CONUS & OKINAWA Job Distribution Sign Up (coming soon... please call 645-3151 to sign up)

180-Day Retirement Fact Sheet

Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights (USERRA)


Veteran Resources

VA OCONUS Connection Newsletter

Water Works

USO Pathfinder

Operation Freedom

On-Island Retiree Information Distribution Sign Up  (coming soon... please call 645-3151 to sign up)


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