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March Calendar

March Calendar

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March Calendar
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Published by: Ffsc Fort Worth on Mar 04, 2014
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March 2014
Meeting your needs…
At home...and At sea
In This Issue:
Personal Financial Manage-ment
Family Employment Readiness Program
Job Search and Other Info
You're probably careful with your money. But if you're like most people, you may not be aware of the best ways to save, budget and plan for your financial future. For-tunately, each service has a Personal Financial Management program that can help you keep your finances in good shape, save for the future, improve your credit and resolve financial problems. Although financial planning services can be very expen-sive in the civilian world, the financial services offered at installation family centers, Military OneSource and the Military and Family Life Counselors program are availa- ble at no cost to service members and their families.
Although they vary by service branch, PFM programs include classes, seminars, one
one counseling and additional information to educate service members and their families about consumer rights and help them achieve financial stability.
Service members and their families are invited to attend classes and seminars about a variety of financial topics. These classes can help service members and their families make sound financial decisions by educating them about good financial practices, helping them to recognize and avoid financial traps, and teaching them their rights and obligations as consumers. Special classes for youth and teens are also offered to help them make better financial decisions.
Training programs may be mandatory for service members who are at high risk for financial problems, those scheduled for their first permanent change of station, those  preparing for deployment or those who have abused or misused check 
cashing privi-leges. Topics include:
Banking and credit union services
Budgeting, goal setting, record keeping and cash management
Credit use and abuse
Consumer rights and obligations
Military pay
Planning for parenthood, deployment, college or retirement
Call one of our Financial Managers to help you with your budget, or improve your score
Ora Millard: 817
Alix Washington 817
The FFSC has a virtual Job Board where jobs are listed daily. You can visit our board online at: hp://nyurl.com/73Yv5p4
Hours of Operation
Thu 0730
Fri 0730
Sat 0700
Centralized Scheduling
To make an appoint-ment for Clinical, Marriage, or Family Coun-seling. Please call 866
 Safe Help 24/7
Sexual Assault Support Click here for more information or Call
Local SAPR VA 817
Local SARC VA 817
6347 SARC Corpus Christi 361
The Navy
recognizes that moving every few years creates career challenges for military spouses, especially when stationed overseas or in remote areas.
Our Family Employment Readiness Program (FERP) offers family members a variety of resources to
tackle those challenges.
Workshops have been created to help you plan a
career, launch a job search, write the resume, learn interview techniques, find information on federal employment, conduct self 
assessments, set goals and even take vocational tests. FERP also offers com-puter tutorial programs to help you build technical skills.
The goal of FERP is to help you learn how to get a job and maintain a career you enjoy, as a military family member. Let FERP help you today.
If you don't live near a Fleet and Family Support Center, many services, such as coaching and resume reviews, can be done via the phone or email.
Military Spouse Preference Program
Military Spouse Preference (MSP) is a Department of Defense (DOD) program that is intended to lessen the career interruption of spouses who relocate with their military sponsors. MSP
offers employment placement preference in DoD civilian personnel positions to military spouses who meet the
eligibility requirements.
The program applies to DoD vacancies only. Get the facts.
Volunteerism offers a great opportunity to learn new skills or enhance existing skills, gain experience in the workforce and con-tribute to the community. Many military spouses find deep satisfaction in volunteering their time. Often, paid employment is too difficult to find or simply does not suit the needs of the spouse. Volunteering provides an advantage when seeking future em-ployment while also serving the needs of the community. More information on volunteerism is available.
Federal Employment
Employment with the Federal Government
is an excellent option for military spouses. Family members may be eligible for non
Military spouses who meet certain criteria may be eligible for military spouse preference
when applying for 
DoD civilian personnel positions.
For more information on any one of these topics, please call 817
5290 or email al.starks@navy.mil
Family Employment Readiness
Fleet & Family Support Center 
Employment Assistance
Job Postings Bulletin Board:
Fleet & Family Support Center Facebook Page http://www.facebook.com/NASFWFFSC
Tarrant County Jobs Map:

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