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School Liaison Program

The School Liaison will be at the Pentagon on Thursdays from 8 am to 4:30 pm at Room 4A524.
Phone: 703-693-5197.

The role of the School Liaison is to support transitioning military families in obtaining educational information and assistance from local school districts.

The mission of the School Liaison is to mobilize and use community resources to reduce the impact of the mobile military life style on military school-age children and families; to implement predictable support services that assist children and youth with relocations, life transitions and achieving academic success; as well as provide a wide range of resources that facilitate school transitions for parents, students, schools, commanders and communities.

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Student Self-Discovery Development Workshop

Student Self-Discovery Development Workshop

April 10 & 11 • 8 am – 4 pm • Bldg. 29, Rm. 104.

FREE! A workshop designed to foster and increase critical thinking & self-awareness and to promote educational and career opportunities.

• Ages 14–18.
• Guest speakers from Department of Education and Marks Education.
• FREE lunch and snacks and a tour of Georgetown University.
• For more information: 703-693-8378 or

Register here by April 7

Wondering what your teen could do during spring break?
The School Liaison program offers a Student Discovery workshop during which students will visit Georgetown University, hear from guest speakers about college and career opportunities, and learn how to start preparing now for the future.

Each of the two-day workshop is filled with interactive activities to encourage students to become involved in their local communities and schools and to increase intrinsic motivation.

The atmosphere is designed as an enhancing workshop where students will be given opportunities to collaborate, lead discussions, and participate actively as they develop self-awareness and long term goals.


Monday, April 10
  • 7:45–8 am: Registration
  • 8–8:15 am: Welcome
  • 8:15–9:15 am: Introductions
  • 8:15–9:15 am: Introductions
  • 9:15–9:20 am: Break
  • 9:20–11:30 am: Georgetown Tour
  • 11:30 am – Noon: Networking Lunch
  • Noon – 1 pm: Outdoor Activity
  • 1–1:05 pm: Break
  • 1:05–2:05 pm: How your friends affect your GPA
  • 2:05–3:05 pm: How to Find your Spark
  • 3:05–4 pm: Google Me!
Tuesday, April 11
  • 8–8:10 am: Welcome
  • 8:10–8:50 am: Marks Education
  • 8:50–9 am: Break
  • 9–10 am: Trevor Romain
  • 10–11:30 am: Group Activity
  • 11:30 – Noon: Networking Lunch
  • Noon – 1 pm: Department of Education
  • 1–1:05 pm: Break
  • 1:05–2 pm: Self Assessment
  • 2–3 pm: Employment Session
  • 3–4 pm: Develop future goals/plan

Interstate Compact

Military children face unique challenges as they relocate and transfer between school districts and states. In an effort to ease the transition the Interstate Compact was created through legislation and now encompasses all 50 states. Here is a brief description of what the Interstate Compact does and does not cover:

Interstate Compact Overview