Marine Corps Community Services | MCRD San Diego

MCCS Spotlight

    MilSpouse Career and Resource Fair

    Tue, 9 May; 1000-1300 @ Bay View Restaurant

    Opportunity to meet face-to-face with local and national employers. Network with key community resource providers. Explorer volunteer opportunities. Learn about military family benefits and more! For more information contact: connie.vasquez@usmc.mil


    PII and OPSEC Training

    Tue, 9 May; 1930-2100 @ MCCS, Bldg 5E (2nd Deck)

    Social networking sites (i.e. Facebook and Twitter) can be useful and fun but can also be an avenue for criminals, spies, and terrorists. Practicing OPSEC will help you recognize your critical information and protect it. Open to all authorized patrons. For more information, contact: 619-718-3765.


    Leap into Summer Luau

    Fri, 12 May; 1700-1900 @ Bay View Restaurant

    Featuring live music from the Cradit Union Band
    $24.95 per person / $10 cover charge for dancing only /$10 wine corkage fee

    For reservations, call 619-725-6388


    Mother's Day Champagne Brunch

    Sun, 14 May; 0900-1300 @ Bay View Restaurant

    Prices – Adults: $30.95 / Seniors and Active Duty: $27.95 / Children (ages 4-11): $16.95
    Stations: Breakfast Favorites, Fresh Fruit and Pastries, Salad, Pasta, Hot Chafing Dishes, Carving Station, and Desserts
    For reservations, call 619-725-6388


    Guardianship and Conservatorship

    Wed, 3 May; 1800-1930 @ MFP, Bldg 6E

    Workshop Presented by EFMP Attorney Karen Taylor. This workshop will explore the definitions, filing process, & available alternatives and cover examples of a Guardian Nomination & Caregiver’s Authorization Affidavit.

    For more information or to register, contact Christy Howland at 619-524-0916 or christy.howland@usmc-mccs.org


    Passport to Volunteering

    Wed, 10 May; 1100-1230 @ MCCS, Bldg 5E (2nd Deck)

    Topics Include: Recognition Opportunities for Volunteers, The Presidential Service Award Site, Position Descriptions, and Tracking Hours. For more information, contact: 619-718-3765.


    Personal Readiness Seminar

    Wed, 10 May; 0730-1230 @ PPD, Bldg 14

    This brief is designed to introduce service members to basic budgeting concepts, understanding income and creating SMART goals. Service members will also learn how to access and read LES, and discuss how variations in military income can affect budgets. For more information or to register: 619-524-1283/0035 or mina.threat@usmc.mil


    L.I.N.K.S. for Spouses

    Sat, 13 May; 0900-1600 @ MCCS, Bldg 5E

    The goal of the L.I.N.K.S. workshop is to provide an overview of the Marine Corps structure, services and benefits that are available to you as part of the Marine Corps Family. *Kid friendly class and lunch provided* For more information or to register: 619-718-3764 or OMBMCFTBMCRDSD.Training@usmc-mccs.org.


    Commanding General's Welcome Aboard

    Tue, 16 May; 0830-1200 @ PPD, Bldg 14

    Informational brief of programs aboard MCRD, Depot bus tour, followed by Info Expo at the Recreation Center. Mandatory for all newly joined AD personnel. Open to all personnel, service members, spouses, family members, and retirees new to MCRD San Diego.

    For more information or to register: 619-524-5732 or perlita.rodriguez@usmc.mil


    College Orientation and Prep Course

    Wed, 17 May; 0800-1000 @ LLC, Bldg 111

    Gain a greater understanding of the Tuition Assistance Program, Joint Service Transcript, and college admissions. Take a personal assessment via the FREE "Online Academic Skills Course". For more information or to register: 619-524-8158


    Interview Skills Workshop

    Thu, 18 May; 0900-1100 @ PPD, Bldg 14

    This workshop covers: Interview Process, How to Market Yourself, and Dress for Success. For more information or to register: stewartja@usmc-mccs.org


    Prime for Life 4.5

    Fri, 19 May; 0730-1200 @ SACC, Bldg 14

    Evidence-based prevention and intervention program. Topics include: How Biology Factors into Substance Abuse, Awareness on Drug and Alcohol Use, Making Low Risk vs High Risk Choices, and How to Protect What You’ve Earned. For more information or to register: 619-524-8634 or antoniella.delvecchio@usmc-mccs.org