The Honor Foundation Signs Major Partnership with The Marine Raider Foundation
THF to offer Intensive Transition Program for Marine Special Operations Community
The Honor Foundation, a unique transition institute created originally for Navy SEALs and the wider U.S. Special Operations community, has announced a preferred partnership with the Marine Raider Foundation to provide their nationally-known transition program for members of the Marine Special Forces community based at Camp Lejeune, NC and Camp Pendleton, CA.
As part of the agreement, The Honor Foundation will open a third physical campus location near Camp Lejeune to specifically support the Marine Special Operations community in transition, otherwise known as, Marine Raiders.
With close to 300 graduates and campuses already in San Diego, CA & Virginia Beach, VA, The Honor Foundation operates an exclusive executive-education style transition program combining 120 hours of one-on-one executive coaching and industry mentoring, 15 weeks of class instruction, and access to an elite nationwide professional network.
The Honor Foundation and the Marine Raider Foundation will begin work immediately on opening a campus near Camp Lejeune and anticipate opening their first East Coast class for the Marine Raider Community in September of 2018.
The Honor Foundation’s Founder & CEO, Joe Musselman:
“We are beyond honored to have the trust and support of the Marine Raider Foundation to expand our transition programs to the Marine Special Operations Community. For nearly two and a half centuries Marines have been some of the first in and last out during the most dangerous conflicts in our nation’s history. They have served us and now it is our turn to serve them. Every member of the Marine Special Operations Community deserves a tailored transition program turning their elite pasts into elite futures. Now, The Honor Foundation will take on this responsibility with great pride and dedication.”
From Derek Herrera, President, Marine Raider Foundation:
“The Marine Raider Foundation is thrilled to partner with The Honor Foundation to deliver a best-in-class transition experience for the Marine Special Operations Community. The Marine Raider Foundation has worked hard to build a support network for these individuals who have sacrificed so much for our country, and we can think of no better way to live up to that mission than to ensure each member of our community successfully transitions into critical leadership roles once they leave Active Duty Service.”
“I have witnessed first-hand the challenges our Operators face when leaving the service and The Honor Foundation has had a profound impact on our community by fundamentally transforming the lives of veterans leaving the service. We can’t wait to bring this program to the East Coast!”
About The Honor Foundation:
The Honor Foundation (THF) has developed a world-class transition institute for Navy SEALs and the wider Special Operations community that through a 15 week, 120 hour program, provides tailored executive education, one-on-one coaching, and access to a nationwide professional network. This program was built by the desire to serve others with honor for life, so that their next mission is always clear and continues to impact the world. We do this by providing the tools that maximize our fellows’ potential and prepares them to succeed on their own. The Honor Foundation has nearly 300 fellows and has campuses in San Diego, CA and Virginia Beach, VA. The Navy SEAL Foundation is a founding partner of The Honor Foundation.
About The Marine Raider Foundation:
The Marine Raider Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization established in 2012 to provide benevolent support to active duty and medically retired Marine Special Operations Command (MARSOC) personnel and their families, as well as to the families of Marine Raiders who have lost their lives in service to our Nation. The Foundation aims to meet needs unmet by the government with an emphasis on building personal and family resiliency and supporting the full reintegration of wounded, ill, injured and transitioning Raiders, their families and Gold Star families.