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Council of College and Military
Educators Conference
February 13-17, 2012
Daryl R. Patrick
Acting Voluntary Education Chief
Marine and Family Program
Personal & Professional Development
Phone: (703) 784-9550
E-mail: [email protected]
Overview
● Programs
● SOCMAR Data
● USMAP Data
● Tuition Assistance Data
● FY12 Initiatives
Personal and Professional Development
INTEGRATION OF TRANSITION ASSISTANCE, VOLUNTARY
EDUCATION AND MARINE FOR LIFE TO PREPARE
MARINES FOR A SUCCESSFUL TRANSITION AS THEY
LEAVE ACTIVE SERVICE
Transition
Assistance &
Family
Member
Employment
Library
Program
Vocational
Education
Voluntary
Education
Personal
Financial
Management
Relocation
Assistance
Personal and
Professional
Development
Information
and Referral
Personal and Professional Development
EXPAND APPENTICESHIP AND
CERTIFICATION PROGRAMS TO
INCREASE EMPOLYMENT
OPTIONS
IMPLEMENT PERSONAL
FINANCE COURSES IN USMC
PIPELINE OF TRAINING TO
INCREASE FINANCIAL HEALTH
Helping Marines and families build their
personal and professional roadmap for
successful individual and family life
development
ALIGN BUDGETS WITH MEASURES
OF PERFORMANCE AND
EFFECTIVENESS
CONTINUE 24/7 ELECTRONIC
LIBRARY RESOURCES AND
SERVICES
Personal Financial Management Program
(PFMP)
Mission
Provides financial education, training, counseling, and information and referral
to Service members and their families to increase financial success and
operational readiness.
Scope
Saving & Investing
Eliminating Debt
Consumer Awareness
Retirement & Estate Planning
Funding Educational Costs
Large Purchases (Car/Home/TV)
Credit & Debt Management
Financial Protections for Military
Predatory Lending
Banking & Financial Services
Tax Planning (basics)
Home Selling & Home Options
Managing Income, Expenses & Savings
Military Pay, Allowances & Expenses
Insurance (Civilian Health, Property, Life, and LTC )
Financial Planning for Pre/Post Deployments & Life Events
http://www.usmc-mccs.org/finance
Library Program
Mission
The mission of MCCS Libraries is to assemble, organize, preserve and make easily and
freely available to all Marine personnel and their dependents balanced, unbiased collections
of library materials, and accompanying library services and programs.
Scope
Educational and Research materials
Recreational and informational materials
USMC Professional Reading titles
Study Guides and Test Preparation
Internet and email access
Wi-Fi access
Quiet and Group Study Rooms
Access to DoD electronic resources
•Military One Source
•Navy Knowledge Online
http://library.usmc-mccs.org
Relocation Assistance Program (RAP)
Mission
RAP supports mission readiness by ensuring Marines are prepared
For reoccurring moves and the mobile lifestyle.
Scope
Lending Locker Kits
Sponsor Training
Home Buying and Selling
Individual Relocation Plan
PCS Move Workshops
Welcome Aboard Briefs/Packets
Resources
•Plan My Move (PMM): http://planmymove.mhf.dod.mil
•Military Installations (MI): http://www/militaryinstallation.dod.mil
http://www.usmc-mccs.org/rap/
INFORMATION AND REFERRAL
Mission:
The Information & Referral program links individual with unresolved information
needs with the sources and resources that are best capable of addressing
those needs.
Scope
•MCCS programs
•Military One Source, Home Front & other military resources
•Community resources and programs
•Providing these resources to Marines and their families, by responding to
requests that come into the office by phone, e-mail or in person
http://www.usmc-mccs.org/inforef/
TRANSITION ASSISTANCE
MANAGEMENT PROGRAM
(TAMP)
Mission
Provide resources and assistance to enable Service members and their families to
make an informed and smooth transition back to civilian life
Scope
Pre-separation Counseling
DOL TAP Employment Workshop
VA Benefits Brief
Disable Transition Assistance Program (DTAP)
Interview Techniques
Resume and Cover Letter Writing
Salary Negotiations
Dress For Success
Verification of Military Experience and Training (VMET) Form (DD-Form 2586)
TRANSITION ASSISTANCE
MANAGEMENT PROGRAM
(TAMP)
USMC Transition Assistance Management Program Curriculum
Four Pathways
College/University
Career & Technical
Entrepreneurship
Employment
Pilot Sites (23 January 2012)
MCB Camp Lejeune
MCB Quantico
* 26 March 2012 – All Marine Corp Installations will implement
MCAS Miramar
MCAS Yuma
TRANSITION ASSISTANCE
MANAGEMENT PROGRAM
(TAMP)
College/University Pathway
• Career Assessment
• Admissions Criteria/Admission Selection Process (Essay’s/Interviews)
• Standardized Tests (SAT, ACT)
• Equivalency Exams (CLEP, AP Exams)
• Accreditation
• SMART Transcripts
• Cost of College
• Veterans Benefits (MGIB, Post 9/11 GI Bill)
• How to Apply for Benefits (Review 22-1990)
• Scholarships, Grants and Loans
• Avoiding Scholarship Scams
• Financial Aid (FAFSA Form)
• Online Resources
TRANSITION ASSISTANCE
MANAGEMENT PROGRAM
(TAMP)
Career & Technical Training Pathway
• Research Career Employment Opportunities
◊ Federal Occupational Handbook
◊ State by State Occupational Finders
• Best Fit Technical College
◊ Non Credit and credited certification/vocational training
◊ Technical College Admission Requirements
◊ In-state vs. out-of-state residency requirements
LEADERSHIP SCHOLAR PROGRAM
(LSP)
Purpose
• Help honorably discharging Marines continue their education
• Identify Marines who qualify to apply to your institution
• Connect qualified those qualified Marines to your admission office
• Ensure acceptance for qualified Marines
MARINE FOR LIFE
Our Organization
Marine For Life is a Marine Corps organization that provides nationwide
assistance to Marines who are returning to civilian life. Marines reservists
and Marine Veterans throughout their lives.
Our Vision
Marine For Life’s vision is to contribute to the well-beings of Marines by linking
to a network that is responsive to their lifelong needs.
Our Mission
Marine For Life connects Marines with opportunities- in areas like employment,
education and realizing life goals.
Contact Info
Telephone: 866-645-8762
Website: www.MarineForLife.org
Voluntary Education Program
Mission
Provides personal and professional learning opportunities for Marines
regardless of duty station.
Scope
Military Tuition Assistance (TA)
Montgomery GI Bill (MGIB)
Montgomery GI Bill – Selected Reserve
Reserve Education Assistance Program
Post 9/11 MGIB and Transferability of Benefits
www.gibill.va.gov
(SMART) - Sailor/Marine American Council on Education Registry Transcript
https://www.navycollege.navy.mil
Voluntary Education Program
(SOC) - Servicemembers Opportunity College
SOCMAR - 2
SOCMAR - 4
(USMAP) - United Services Military Apprenticeship Program
https://usmap.cnet.navy.mil
Vocational Licensing and Certification Programs
(DANTES) – Defense Activity for Non-Traditional Education Support
SOCMAR Student Agreements Created
Student Agreement Figures
Total
Total Number of USMC Student Agreements – FY11
5,252
Total Number of USMC Student Agreements – 5 years
23,909
SOCMAR Non-Traditional Credit
Awarded
Credit Sources
# of Hours
# of Hours
SOCMAR-2
SOCMAR-4
Service Schools
27,042
38,625
MOS
5,310
6,087
702
1,998
Others
1,674
3,291
Totals
34,728
50,001
Exams (CLEP, DSST, ECE, Certification)
SOCMAR Tuition Assistance Saved
Non – Traditional Credit
Total Hours
Awarded
Total TA Saved
Total Number of Non-Traditional 2-year Credit
Hours Awarded
34,728
$8,682,000
Total Number of Non-Traditional 4-year Credit
Hours Awarded
50,001
$12,500,250
Totals
84,729
$21,182,250
United Services Apprenticeship
Program (USMAP)
Participants
Enrollments
Completions
October
2011
8,626
535
46
November
2011
December
2011
January
2012
8,457
477
46
8,830
503
39
9,010
582
37
Tuition Assistance
FY12 Update
Current TA Status
Participants
14,590
Courses
28,454
Cost
$20.0M
TA OBLIGATION FY11
Participants
32,080
Enrollments
76,763
TA Cost
58.6M
FY10 & FY11 TA Cost Comparisons
FY11
FY10
Participants
32,080
27,812
Enrollments
76,763
76,943
Cost ($M)
58.6M
51.6M
TA PARTICIPANTS BY GRADE
PARTICIPANTS
ENROLLMENTS
COST
% OF TA
USERS
E1 TO E5
21,580
46,338
35.9M
63%
E6 TO E9
8,798
26,303
19.0M
32%
WO
609
1,506
1.3M
2%
OFFICERS
1,093
2,616
2.4M
3%
Top 25 Schools by Enrollment
2009
Name of Institution
American Military University
Univ of Phoenix
Park University
2011
2010
Participants Courses
5116
1798
2342
Name of Institution
Participants Courses
Name of Institution
Participants Courses
14345
American Military University
5250
15170
American Military University
5726
15846
5598
Central Texas College
3357
6541
Ashford University (The)
2523
8156
6186
Ashford University (The)
1931
5671
Central Texas College
3060
6536
1657
4760
Central Texas College
2930
5932
Park University
1930
5598
Park University
Univ of Maryland Univ College Far East
2212
4684
Univ of Phoenix
1669
5299
Univ of Phoenix
1344
4395
2718
Univ of Maryland Univ College Far East
2162
4584
Univ of Maryland Univ College Far East
2079
4351
685
1999
Ashford University (The)
1018
Embry Riddle Aeronautical Univ
725
2392
Embry Riddle Aeronautical Univ
717
2184
National University
California Career School
355
355
National University
572
1713
Embry Riddle Aeronautical University
654
1907
1914
Coastal Carolina Community College
604
1687
Univ of Maryland Univ College Adelphia
696
1824
Coastal Carolina Community College
Columbia Southern University
545
488
1517
1471
Hawaii Pacific University
445
1204
Grantham University
311
1186
Northern Virginia Comm Coll Woodbridge
406
1114
Liberty University
326
1075
Palomar College
468
840
Kaplan University OnLLine Campus
292
829
Craven Comm College
321
789
Columbia College MO
261
781
DeVry Univ (On-Line)
246
756
International Sports Sciences Asso ISSA
570
699
Campbell University
227
681
Arizona Western College
292
674
Southern Illinois University Carbondale
158
599
Univ of Maryland Univ College Europe
253
499
National University
660
Univ of Maryland Univ College Other
564
1522
Univ of Maryland Univ College Other
617
1630
Grantham University
373
1271
Hawaii Pacific University
534
1543
445
1401
310
1075
Hawaii Pacific University
490
1399
Columbia Southern University
Columbia Southern University
334
1203
Grantham University
Martinsburg Institute
138
138
Liberty University
267
899
DeVry Univ (On-Line)
260
741
Palomar College
476
866
InovaTech Inc
126
126
Columbia College MO
277
826
Liberty University
224
753
DeVry Univ (On-Line)
276
823
TUI University
166
547
Campbell University
250
786
Palomar College
565
1015
Northern Virginia Comm Coll Woodbridge
312
740
Southern Illinois University Carbondale
168
621
Kaplan University OnLine Campus
271
722
American Intercontinental Univ (The)
130
434
Craven Comm College
304
706
Columbia College MO
227
689
Arizona Western College
298
686
Campbell University
207
612
Southern Illinois University Carbondale
143
541
Univ of Maryland Univ College Europe
236
547
International Sports Sciences Asso ISSA
449
467
Strayer University Washington DC
155
410
InovaTech College of Business & Tech
384
459
FY09-FY11 Classroom to Distance
Learning Courses
2009
College Courses
2010
2011
Participants Enrollments USMC Cost Participants Enrollments USMC Cost Participants Enrollments
USMC Cost
Traditional
13,958
27,121
$13,216,370
15,325
25,030
$12,384,196 9,644
18,546
$10,708,774
Distance Learning
18,936
45,290
$29,608,731
18,390
51,797
$35,125,155 19,469
53,765
$37,461,343
FY09
FY10
FY11
Traditional
37%
33%
31%
Distance Learning
63%
67%
69%
% of Enrollments
FY12 Initiatives
• The Marine Corps Career College Program
• WEB Tuition Assistance
• Implement additional TA eligibility requirements.
• Marine Corps COOL
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