A unique environment becomes present when the summer arrives. Sweat rates are high due to high humidity levels and high temperatures. People sweat to help keep their body at the optimum temperature of 98.6 degrees F. While sweating is good, dehydration or hypohydration are not beneficial. When you lose 1 percent of your body weight in sweat you are dehydrated and you know you are because you become thirsty. The more sever effects of dehydration include dry mouth, decreased fine […]
Everybody wants to hit the ball farther, so when winter rolls around and everyone actually loses distance, some of us are prone to push the panic button. Several conditions of cold weather have an adverse effect on how far we can whack it. Cooler air is denser, we have to wear more clothing to keep us warm, the ground stays moister restricting roll, and we tend to play less often which results in a decrease in strength, flexibility, […]
DANTES funds the Kuder Journey, which offers tailored career guidance to our military Service members. Effective career exploration and planning starts with finding out what an individual likes to do or interests, what he/she is confident in doing or skills, and what’s important to that individual in the workplace or work values. While the assessments don’t define a person or what their career should be, they’re extremely valuable in helping narrow the search and considering options which may not have […]
Many times golfers will slack off play during the off season and when Spring rolls around their game is really rusty. To avoid the “Spring rebuild” of their golf game and all of the frustration that accompanies it, golfers can use the winter months to keep their coordination and conditioning just by setting aside some time to play or practice twice a week. Even if it’s just 9 holes (2 hours max), hitting a small bucket of balls […]
As we continue into the fall season, the weather is starting to get a bit colder, the leaves are changing color, and we are settling into our fall routine of earlier mornings and shortened daylight for our evenings. Those with children have settled into the school year and evenings are filled with school work, after school activities, and preparations for the upcoming day. One thing is certain though, as the weather changes, our days spent engaging in outdoor […]
Sensory, tactile and educational resources are available for checkout through the Exceptional Family Member Lending Resources Program. Call our office (466-4867) to checkout materials such as weighted blankets, tactile balls, small sensory items, and educational books and flashcards (just to name a few). Checkout is available during office hours Monday – Friday, 0730 – 1630.
Come rock to the oldies but goodies and Discover Informative School & Career Opportunities (DISCO)
Do you remember the days of bright lights, bell bottom pants, platform shoes, mirrored balls and strobe lights? Attire like that could mean only one thing – disco! That’s right, you are invited to come join us as we turn back the hands of time to the 1970s and boogie down to our own discotheque!
Join the Personal & Professional Development (P&PD) Education Program along with Career […]
With the large number of military personnel transitioning out of the Corps and seeking to enter the civilian workforce, there is a need for skilled workers in the manufacturing industry. The Education Office is currently participating in the Manufacturing Skill Standards Council (MSSC) Pilot Program that is part of the White House’s New Credentialing Initiative designed to help military personnel to gain certifications that are beneficial within the Marine Corps, as well as to prepare them for job opportunities in […]
Several Cherry Point Marines recently participated in the White House Initiative aimed to prepare military members for civilian employment. The Marine Corps and the Manufacturing Skill Standards Council Credential Program have partnered together to pilot a FREE program that helps Marines in logistics and supply jobs achieve industry-recognized credentials that can support their transition from military service to the growing fields of manufacturing and logistics.
Cpl Dylan Hartig, GySgt Dixie Mann, Cpl William Murphy, and Cpl Andrea Bowman have […]