Fleet and Family Support Center facilitators bring the classroom to you. are approximately one hour and provide tips, tools and resources to support the Navy lifestyle.
Connect with service members and families from around the globe in the comfort of your home or office.
The Personal Financial Management (PFM) program has created a to provide a brief introduction to financial issues of importance to Sailors and their families. These three-minute videos are designed to help you navigate some of the financial issues that you will face.
- Credit Reports / Credit Scores
- Marriage and Money
- Vacation Planning
- Renting vs. Buying
provides transitioning service members with a complete record of their military experience and training. The VMET can assist service members in creating resumes and narrowing down their post-transition career interests. This provides instructions on how to access VMET documentation.
- Scheduling a Pre-separation Counseling appointment with a Command Career Counselor or Command Transition Officer is the first step towards your retirement or separation from the Navy. This will explain what will happen during your appointment and how it will help you during the rest of Transition GPS.
Transition GPS - are designed to give the viewer an informative glance of what career tracks may interest them before they separate from the Navy. Sailors and family members can attend one or all of the classes offered at their local Fleet and Family Support Center.
- geared towards transitioning service members who plan to pursue a bachelors or graduate degree.
- designed for Sailors interested in a technical trade or vocational field.
- for transitioning service members interested in self-employment by starting their own business.
The "Building Ready and Resilient Sailors and Navy Families" video podcasts are general in nature and specifically developed to help Navy families adjust to the challenges of deployment. These four to five minute videos are designed to encourage Sailors and family members to seek out services and resources available through the Fleet and Family Support Center (FFSC), along with the community and web-based sources to promote family resilience.
- Resilience during Deployment
- Children and Deployment
- Financial Planning for Deployment
- Community-Based Deployment Support
- Navy Family Ombudsman Program
- Homecoming and Reintegration
- Individual Augmentee (IA) Deployment
NOTE: Each video podcast has three options: video podcast, audio podcast and video podcast with captions.