Airman & Family Readiness Center FEBRUARY 2014. CHECK OUT MILITARY SAVES WEEK SPECIAL!!. Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday. MILITARY SAVES WEEK 24 Feb – 1 Mar 2014 Investment 101 : 24 Feb 1000-1100 Stocks and Bonds : 24 Feb 1300-1400
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CHECK OUT MILITARY SAVES WEEK SPECIAL!!
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday
MILITARY SAVES WEEK 24 Feb – 1 Mar 2014
Investment 101 : 24 Feb 1000-1100
Stocks and Bonds : 24 Feb 1300-1400
TSP & Your Retirement : 26 Feb 1000-1100
Home Buying : 26 Feb 1500-1700
Information Fair at AAFESS Food Court Area : 27 Feb 1100-1300
Youth Saves: Savings for Your Future : 28 Feb 1600-1700
FREE Childcare for PCS and Volunteers is available;
Please call for details!
Please sign up in advance for classes and trips.
Building Healthy Marriages
Local Super Store Excursion
Breakfast on the Go
Preseparation CounselingMandatory for all active duty military separating within 1 yr and retiring within 2 yrs.
6 Feb 0930 - 1630
20 Feb 0900 - 1030
27 Feb 0930 - 1630
e Sponsor Training
It takes 20 min to complete
e Sponsorship Training Online at
Military & Family Life Consultant – Private, solution based, non-medical counseling service. Please call A&FRC or 010-8672-9055 for more information.
Financial Readiness for Junior Officers if this is your 1st Duty Station. Call to schedule.
Transition GPS (Goals, Plan, Success)
0830 - 1630
Initial Key Spouse
*Key Spouse Training*
Lunch & Learn
MILITARY SAVES WEEK SPECIAL (See Above)
One Pots Meals
USA Jobs and Federal Résumé
Preparing for Reunion/
To register, Please call 784-5440 or stop by Building 769!
Check us out atwww.51FSS.com/afrc.htm
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Accessing Higher Education Track (TAP GPS) – This course is designed to guide you through the variety of decisions involved in choosing a degree completion program, college institution, and funding, as well as completing the admissions process. The expected outcome is you will create a customized plan for a successful transition to a higher education institution.
Adventure Dining Out - We will introduce you to an off-base restaurant frequently visited by locals. Bring won for dinner & drink! This month will be Chicken Galbi Restaurant. Recommend bringing w 30,000 for meal & drinks.
Building Healthy Marriages – This presentation focuses on the keys to building a healthy marriage: mutual trust, respect and communication.
CAPSTONE Event – Final consultation with Service member to ensure separating member is career ready. A&FRC staff verifies and validates Service member transition readiness (resume, ITP review signature, applications, individualized track attendance, etc. )
Financial Readiness for 1st Duty Station Officers -Personal finance 101, mandatory class at the A&FRC for all first duty station officers, and recommended for all other junior officers.
Home Buying – Buying a home is one of the largest purchase you’ll make. Learn the key elements you’ll need to know to select the right home for you, ensure you maximize your investment, learn to deal with real estate agents.
Information Fair at AAFES Foodcourt area – Check out A&FRC financial programs as well as the base Community Bank and Navy Fed Credit Union financial programs.
Investment 101 – Learn the basic investment strategies that will help you prepare for your future.
Key Spouse: Lunch & Learn – Learn the various available on Team Osan! Bring your own lunch.
Korean Folk Village – This village was established to preserve the nation’s cultural assets and introduce traditional Koreans to foreigners.
Local Super Store Excursion – Visit local super stores like Homeplus, E-Mart, and AK Mall. Learn how to get there by public transportation.
Newcomer’s Orientation Briefing – Mandatory Orientation held every Friday at the base theater for all new arrivals to Osan.
Off Base Excursion – Take a short walking tour of the area just off base and get to experience a meal in a Korean restaurant.
Parent/Child Communication – This presentation introduces the benefits of effective communication and how parents can develop healthy communication in their relationships to reinforce strong child/parent bonds. Addresses each age level.
Preparing for Reunion/Reintegration – Workshop held at the A&FRC focusing on preparing for homecoming, dealing with stress, reintegration strategies. Presented by MFLC.
Pre-Separation Counseling/DD 2648 Briefing – Mandatory briefing that introduces you to benefits and services available to Veterans. Held at the A&FRC classroom for all active duty military members who are separating or retiring (NLT 90 days prior to DOS/DOR). This is the prerequisite for attending Transition GPS.
Résumé Basics – This is a basic résumé writing skills course. It provides the tools to prepare for and write an effective résumé.
Sponsorship Training – This workshop will inform Active Duty and/or Spouses of their sponsorship responsibilities. We will also discuss best practices. For your convenience, on-line training is also available on http://apps.militaryonesource.mil/esat
Spouse Orientation - Orientation for ALL spouses new to Osan. Held at the Officer’s Club. This is a great opportunity to meet key base representatives and learn about Korean Culture, the 51st Fighter Wing Mission, NEO process, gas mask demo and availability of services.
Stocks and Bonds – Are you an advanced investor or want to learn about Stocks and Bonds? Taught by a Certified Financial Planner (CFP)
Survival Korean - Learn common expressions and phrases to survive in off-base activities.
Transition GPS Workshop – Retiring in a few years or separating within a year? The 5-day Transition GPS Workshop is MANDATORY for all service members separating/retiring. Workshop focuses on preparing you for a smooth transition into the civilian world. Topics include coping with transition, financial preparation and planning, job search, resume writing, interviewing skills, salary negotiation and your VA benefits (Home Loan Guarantee Service, Health, Education and Disability Benefits, Vocational Rehabilitation and much more). Workshop is held in A&FRC Classroom.
TSP & Your Retirement – TSP is a retirement benefit that is offered to employees of the U.S. Government. With TSP funds, make your retirement money work for you!
USA Jobs and Federal Résumé – Learn how to navigate the complex USAJOBS hiring process, find jobs and apply for federal service. Also get tips on making your application stand out and how to put together a rewarding résumé. A federal résumé has to be tailored to the job for which you are applying. Learn how not to make the common mistake of sending a generic 1-2 page résumé to apply for a federal job.
Youth Saves: Savings for Your Future – Introduction to the basics of saving for the future.