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Your Transition
Access education and employment resources, retirement checklist, and post-service support.

The WWR transition section facilitates the successful transition of all recovering service members (RSMs) and families or caregivers supported by WWR transition personnel through an integrated transition program that provides the necessary tools, experiences, and opportunities associated with each RSM's transition goals. WWR transition personnel at regiment and battalions continually adapt to meet RSMs' and families' transition and employment needs. Potential transition goals include: education, employment, vocational training, entrepreneurship, and return to full duty/expanded permanent limited duty.

The Marine Corps care model is unique in that its approach is to ensure recovering Marines return to their units as quickly as their medical conditions will allow. To support our active duty WII Marines that remain with or have returned to their parent command, each Wounded Warrior Battalion (WWBn) has a contact center. Contact center representatives for west and east monitor Marines’ recoveries within their area of responsibility (AOR) and provide information on programs and/or resources.

The Sergeant Merlin German Wounded Warrior Call Center (WWCC) provides 24/7 assistance to active duty, reserve, and veteran WII Marines and their families. Call center staff conduct scheduled outreach calls to WII Marines and also receive calls from Marines and families/caregivers requesting support. DISCs and WWCC representatives have access to all the WWR resources and are able to provide assistance on a wide variety of issues, including


The Wounded Warrior Regiment Employment Toolbox is designed to help provide you with the necessary resources and support you need to find the career you want for your future. The toolbox assists WII Marines and families as they assess their employment options and prepare for life after the Marine Corps. 


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Transition Assistance Program

The Transition Goals, Plans, Success program—known as Transition GPS—was developed by the Department of Defense(DoD)in coordination with the Department of Veteran Affairs (VA) and other partnering agencies. The program provides comprehensive services to our nation’s Servicemembers to transition to work, life, and home after the military.

GI Bill

If you have at least 90 days of aggregate active duty service after Sept. 10, 2001, and are still on active duty, or if you are an honorably discharged Veteran or were discharged with a service-connected disability after 30 days, you may be eligible for this VA-administered program.

U.S. Department of Education accredition list

Find a college or universities that have good standings in your professional field of interest.


Learn more about majors that pay you back. Your choice of major can have a big impact on your post-graduation earnings.


Request official transcript or make updates to your JST transcript.

Learn how to request your transcript here.

Vocational Rehabilitation and Employment (VR&E) Providesservices to help with job training, employment accommodations, resume development, and job seeking skills coaching.

MOS Translator

Search codes or titles from the Military Occupational Classification (MOC).


In addition to career counseling, the VA provides the interest and aptitude assessment tool known as CareerScope at no cost to all eligible benefit recipients. CareerScope has been used frequently by Veterans to determine the best career path for transition to civilian life.

My Next Move

My Next Move is for veterans and is sponsored by the U.S. Department of Labor, Employment & Training Administration.Search careers with key words, browse careers by industry, or find careers like your military job.

  • My Next Move website
  • Apprenticeships: Find out more about apprenticeships here.
  • Experience: Search careers sorted by experience, training, and education here.
  • Emerging JobsLists positions by increased demand and emerging positions with a bright outlook.


Explore the veteran job bank, skills translator, resume builder, and other resources.

Marine For Life

M4L seeks to provide a resource of connectivity, linkages both to the Marine Corps and to the employment, education, career/technical, and entrepreneurial opportunities that await Veteran Marines in transition.

USA Jobs

Official source for federal job listings and employment opportunity information, provides a variety of opportunities.

Career One Stop

Worker ReEmployment is your one-stop site for employment, training and financial help after a layoff.