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Frequently Asked Questions
What is the career progression for a Career Recruiter beyond SNCOIC/RS Level Billets?
- The 8412 MOS Road Map delineates recommended training, required training, billet assignments, and career progression that enhance a career recruiters competitiveness with their peers
- Additionally, as a Career Recruiter, you can apply to become a Recruiting Officer (CWO2 to CWO5) MOS 4810. Recruiting Officers are experienced career recruiters who serve to provide a foundation of recruiting expertise at the recruiting stations, districts, regions, and headquarters.
How long can I stay in my command after becoming an 8412?
- From the approval date of the 8412 Military Occupational Specialty (MOS), you will remain at the producing Recruiting Station (RS) for a minimum of 24 months. Additionally you will remain at the same Recruiting Sub-Station (RSS) for a minimum of 1 year.
When does my MOS change to 8412 become effective?
- The date your 8412 package is approved in the system by Higher Headquarters is the date you are accepted into the ranks of 8412’s.
Why should I choose to stay on such a challenging duty?
- Challenges are met with rewards. The more challenged you are to succeed, the stronger team and family you will build. The rewards are knowing your Marines, Leading them, and watching them grow through their individual success stories.
How do I find out more about becoming a Career Recruiter?
- Enter your contact information with any questions you may and submit the form below. This request will be sent to the 8412 MOS Monitor, Operations Chief, National Training Team Chief, Region Training Chiefs, and District Training Chiefs.