Marine Corps Credentialing Page 2017-11-14T15:47:39+00:00
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Step One

Select the highest level completed MOS training on the right side of the screen to see what NCCER craft areas you will receive credit in. If you DO NOT SEE your MOS code, please click the last column called “Request an Alignments” to submit training information for possible alignments to other crafts.

Step Two

After reviewing your MOS code, scroll to the bottom of your specialty code’s web page to submit for credentials. Click on the red button located at the bottom of the web page and upload the required documentation needed from Hard Hat Heroes to verify your years of service.

Step Three

Due to the high volume of applicants, please allow 4-6 weeks for documentation review and credential processing.

Marine Corps Task Alignments

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Military Friendly Employers demonstrate a strong commitment to supporting veterans seeking construction-related careers. The employers listed below have provided links to their open positions and are requesting skilled veterans to apply.  Using the arrows on the right and left side of the screen, scroll through and click on the logos to explore career postings, training opportunities and company contact information.

The Experts That Helped Develop The Task Alignment

David Theriot

Military Workforce Development for Performance Contractors, Inc.
Military Branch: Army National Guard
Years of Service: 7.5

Chris Newton

Workforce Development for Cajun Industries, LLC
Military Branch: Navy
Years of Service: 20

Darren Amick

General Services and Indirects Superintendent for Bechtel Oil, Gas, & Chemicals
Military Branch: Army
Years of Service: 21

John Boerstler

Executive Director for NextOp
Military Branch: Marine Corps
Years of Service: 8

Shane Hair

Recruiting Manager for Day and Zimmermann
Military Branch: Army
Years of Service: 17