LINKS classes are now available for spouses, Marines, parents and extended family members of Marines, and the children of Marines.
L.I.N.K.S. for Parents & Family Members
This adaptation of LINKS recognizes that parents and extended family play a major role in many Marines’ lives, providing both support and advice. LINKS for Parents and Extended Family Members participants gain a better understanding of the unique challenges military life often presents and the resources to help them meet those challenges.
L.I.N.K.S. for Spouses
LINKS for Spouses provides information on: Marine Corps history, tradition, and language; benefits and services; financial awareness; dealing with separation and deployments; tips on moving; effective communication.
L.I.N.K.S. for Marines
LINKS for Marines provides information on: Marine Corps history, tradition, and language; benefits and services; financial awareness; dealing with separation and deployments; tips on moving; effective communication.
L.I.N.K.S. for Couples
This is an adaptation of LINKS for spouses. As a couple, you have a mutual interest in helping each other be successful while meeting the demands of the Corps. Knowledge is power! Sign up for our next LINKS for couples session to help you make the most of your Marine Corps experience together.
L.I.N.K.S. for Kids
Military kids look to one another to understand the Marine Corps mission, have fun, and make new friends while gaining the insight and knowledge to help them succeed in this unique military lifestyle. Topics include tips and information for a successful military move, understanding deployments, internet safety tips, and being involved in the community.
L.I.N.K.S. for Teens
This program is interactive and fun for youth ages 12–18. LINKS teaches teens about the Marine Corps and presents tips for succeeding in the unique lifestyle in a setting among peers. The program also provides opportunities for teens to go on field trips in order to learn more about Marine Corps history and traditions.