Blending a unique combination of improvisational comedy, education
and audience participation, “Sex Signals” provides a provocative, in
-your-face look at issues surrounding dating, sex and date rape on collegecampuses, and military institutionsThrough the use of humor, the show explores how mixed messages, gen-der role stereotypes and unrealistic fantasies contribute to misunder-standings between the sexes. Students are thus engaged in a candid dis-cussion on dating and the realities of date rape as they are challenged toprovide solutions that will better improve communications in interper-sonal relationships. All of the performers have extensive training in inter-active theater and sexual assault prevention education.Two shows to attend on 12JUL13 0900 and 1300...Come and join thefun!!
Fleet and Family Support Center
Fleet and Family Support Center
Supporting the needs of all our military members and families
Hours of OperationM-Thu 0730-1630Fri 0730-1600Sat 0700-1630FFSC will be closed the thirdand fourth Saturday and Sun-day, due to limited Staff. Wewill open on drill weekends
3175 Vandenberg Ave. NAS Fort Worth JRB , Tel. 817-782-5287
Save the date 13AUG13, Jeff Morris, guest speaker, will bevisiting the FFSC bldg 3175 for acloser look into Your Job Searchand what you didn't know Jeff will share the history of Ca-reerDFW, show you the websitegoing tab by taband then Jeff will share some of his top career tips from hisbookYOUR JOB SEARCH.
Sex SignalsBeware of Credit Score
Many people do not knowabout the credit scoring sys-tem much less their creditscore until they attempt tobuy a home, take out a loanout or make a major pur-
chase. It’s imperative that all
of our service members andtheir spouses be aware of their score and where theystand. To get started andknow where you stand, youcan request your creditreport and score by callingFFSC at 817-782-5287.
The FFSC has a virtual Job Boardwhere jobs are listed daily. You canvisit our board online at:http://tinyurl.com/73Yv5p4 Please check daily for updates.
Transition Goals Plans Success,known simply as Transition GPS, re-places the 20-year-old TransitionAssistance Program, or TAP. In asweeping overhaul of the 20-year-oldTAP, as part of the VOW to Hire He-roes Act passed in 2011, TransitionGPS takes military members througha week-long class, compared to the
original TAP’s mandatory two to four
hours of separation counseling.The Transition Assistance Programhas been redesigned into a compre-hensive, mandatory program thatincludes pre-separation counseling, amilitary to civilian skills review, a VAbenefits briefing and application sign-up, financial planning support, jobsearch skills building, and individualtransition plan preparationThose who are separating from themilitary must prepare a year in ad-vance, for retirees preparations forTransition GPS must begin two yearsin advance. In order to attend the
service member’s Command Career
Counselor must be contacted.
Consumer Awareness Month
Local SARC817-204-3081Local SARC VA817-825-6347SARC Corpus Christi361-523-3580
The month of July, is Consumer Awareness Month.As we goabout our summer fun, we stay aware and take precautions toensure our safety. It is just as important to be an aware con-sumer. This month, Military OneSource is highlighting ConsumerAwareness to highlight the many resources available to help us allbe more educated as consumers. For more information, pleasestop by FFSC, or call us at: 817-782-5287.
Safe Help 24/7
Sexual Assault SupportClickhere for more information