Employment Services & Transition Assistance Program

Class Schedules & Contact Info 

Fleet & Family Support Centers Employment Readiness and Transition Assistance programs are geared towards assisting military and family members find meaningful employment. Sailors and their family members can come in for one-on-one assistance or attend workshops on launching a job search, career planning, resume writing, interview techniques, federal employment information, self-assessments, goal setting, and vocational tests.

FFSC workshops include Finding Federal Employment, Winning Interview Techniques, Owning Your Own Business, and Resume Writing. The FFSC Career Centers also offer computers, the internet, and job postings for your use.

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Transition Assistance Program (TAP)

TAP prepares Sailors and family members to be substantially better prepared for civilian life. Service members depart the military “career ready” with strategies that augment the job search process in today’s market. Information on Veteran's Benefits and resources are identified and reviewed.

TAP workshops are required for every service member separating from the military. The workshops are scheduled through your Command Career Counselor and your command, orders are required.

The Fleet and Family Support Center also provides relocation assistance, new parent support, deployment services, clinical counseling, financial management counseling, family employment services, family advocacy, and transition assistance programs.