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     Resources for Students Interested in Joining the Military


    Explore the many different career options in the military: www.todaysmilitary.com/careers 


    Local Recruiters:

    Marines: Staff Sergeant Holt- (315) 663-5453

    Army: Sgt. Mower, Sgt. Johnson or Sgt. Taylor - (315) 782-7140

    Navy: Petty Officer Locke - W: (315) 782-5462, C: (315) 804-7898

    Air Force: Sgt. St. Owens - (315) 782-5797

    Army National Guard: SFC Simon - (315) 785-3669

    Coast Guard - TBA


    Resources for Military Families


    Among military kids, the rates of anxiety and emotional/behavioral difficulties are higher than national averages. What we hear repeatedly from military kids is that they need people in their community to know who they are, what they're going through, and be there when they need someone to talk to - because they serve, too. 

    Visit www.MilitaryFamily.org for more information.


    Are you new to the area? Find out everything you need to know about your child's school at http://drum.armymwr.com/us/drum/.  You can also email drum.mwrschoolliaison@conus.army.mil or call (315) 772-3214/1311


    Get help with ANY issue at www.militaryonesource.com

    Or call CONUS at 1.800.342.9647 - people are available 24/7 to help military members, spouses, and family members - no issue is too big or too small! 


    For real-time, 24/7, FREE online tutoring, learning, and career services for Grades K-12+, go to http://military.tutor.com/home


    www.militarychild.org A 501(c)(3) non-profit, world-wide organization, the Military Child Education Coalition (MCEC)'s work is focused on ensuring quality educational opportunities for all military children affected by mobility, family separation, and transition.


    Camp C.O.P.E. strives to help the children of service members cope with the transitions and/or trauma they are facing in response to the deployment or injuries sustained by their soldiers. Visit http://campcope.org