Whether it’s a trip home to visit the folks, a PCS, or looking toward civilian life, we know our service members and their families are on the move and we’re here to help. Military family in transit to reunite with a loved one? We can help you get from Point A to Point B with your sanity intact! Coming home from deployment? We’ll be there to greet you; and while you were away, we worked hard to keep you connected to your loved ones !
If your transition involves trading camouflage for khakis, we can help there, too, with tools to get a resume squared away and practice for interviews.
However you define “transition” during your military career, the USO is there.
Stories About This Program
USO Hire Heroes USA - Guam Transition Workshop
The USO in partnership with Hire Heroes USA, hosted a two-day transition workshop at the Hyatt Regency Guam. Service members and spouses le…
Volunteer of the Quarter - Caitlyn Goforth
Congratulations to our USO Guam Volunteer of the Quarter for Summer 2016, Mrs. Caitlyn Goforth!
USO Transition 360 Alliance℠ Virtual Resources
Resources for a Smooth Transition from Military to Civilian Life. What’s Next? The USO Transition 360 Alliance brings together top organiza…
United Through Reading
Bath time is over and kids are in their pajamas waiting for a bedtime story with dad. There is no squirming as Dad’s calm voice reads a fav…
Share a story with someone you love!
Operation Birthday Cake
Birthdays aren’t supposed to be stressful. But when you’re separated by the world’s largest ocean and a dozen time zones, nothing is easy.
No one likes being away from family, friends, and traditions for major holidays. That’s why we try to make it easier through special events…
Daily Food and Refreshments
Winchell’s Donuts. Infusion Coffee and Pastries. Fried Rice and Eggs. Chili and Rice. Churrasco Ribs. Coca-Cola Beverages. Hot Dogs. Popcor…
Who couldn’t use a little pick me up, even on the best day? The USO Guam realizes this and understands that what makes one person calm and …
With plenty of entertainment options throughout the year, make sure to check with the USO the next time someone says, “I’m bored!”