Career Transition Leadership Seminar!!

The Foundation is excited to offer a 2-day Career Transition Leadership Seminar on July 15-16, 2024 in Norfolk at Sewell’s Pointe. This in-person event will benefit current and future Navy Supply Corps officers in need of support as they enter the next chapter following military service. For a short excellent overview of the course and why it is important, watch this video.  See more details in the Transition Resources below. Register here.

Transitioning from the military to civilian life is a process best managed with a few great resources at your fingertips.  Finding your post-military career has never been easier.  Read, research and engage to ensure a smooth transition.

The hardest part of transitioning from the military is knowing where and when to start the planning process. Check NSCF LinkedIn and Facebook pages for job opportunities, resources and community support as you navigate the military retirement process and prepare your plan of action in the civilian world.

The e-book version of the 2023 Military to Civilian Transition Guide is available online and is a useful resource!

The Military Life Cycle

The National Resource Directory highlights programs for our Military, Veterans and their families to help identify applicable benefits and appropriate agencies for issue resolution.

Transitioning to the civilian world after several years, or a career, serving in the military is a change that may cause anxiety for many military families. And for good reason!

Deciding where to live, where to work, the type of work to do and where the kids will go to school are life-changing choices.  Though moving from base-to-base often involves a change in lifestyle, transitioning to the civilian workforce brings an additional set of challenges.  Fortunately, there is help. Take advantage of the military’s Transition Assistance Program (TAP) to make the process easier.

To combat the transition challenge of “You don’t know what you don’t know”, especially now during a global pandemic, VBA has launched a new video series called Transition Talk to bring critical information and resources to transitioning service members and Veterans. The inaugural episode discusses topics that matter most to those in transition, or those facing anxiety during the COVID-19 pandemic: GI Bill payments, filing compensation claims, accessing possible state-based cash assistance programs, and more. All episodes can be viewed at: “Transition Talk” video series: Military to Civilian support during COVID-19 – VAntage Point.


Click on a Tab Below for Relevant Transition Information

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Tip for Setting Family Expectations:

For many kids, just like their parents, transitioning out of the military means adopting a new lifestyle. Families may no longer have the built-in support system available on or near military installations. Kids may experience concern over the uncertainty of a parent’s employment, fear of the unknown, or adjustments to their own lifestyle. Many resources for transitioning families are   available on the Department of Defense (DoD) website.


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