Single Marine Program
The MWTC SMP Center has been newly renovated and is NOW OPEN.
The Marine Corps is committed to improving quality of life [QOL] for single Marines. Through executive council meetings, single Marines identify issues, concerns and suggestions and are involved with special events coordination and activities.
The center provides a comfortable environment, offering a variety of entertaining activities, including:
- Video Gaming Center
- Large screen TV movie theater
- Pool table
- Foosball table
- Ping Pong table
- Lounge with fireplace and more!
Mon - Fri:
6pm - 9pm
Sat and Sun
5pm - 10pm
Holidays: as posted
Membership isn't required to join and all single, unaccompanied Marines and Sailors are automatically included. The primary target market are the 17- to 25- year-old Marines residing in the barracks. The program relies on the ideas, issues, and concerns of Marines for its success.
Benefits of the Program
The Single Marine Program [SMP] was established for Marines to identify concerns on quality of life [QOL] issues and other aspects of their lives.
The program encourages single Marines to provide input and ideas toward programming for the SMP component areas:
- Community Involvement
- Life Skills
- Health and Wellness
- Career Progression
Structure and Function
Motivated single Marines, a supportive command and Marine Corps Community Services [MCCS] staff provide the foundation for a successful program. The Executive Council helps in the direction of the program and is comprised of unit representatives throughout the command. These Marines are elected to the following leadership positions: president, vice president, recorder, and treasurer [optional]. MWTC’s sergeant major serves as senior enlisted advisor to the council and keeps the commanding officer abreast of plans, programming, and issue resolution, while the SMP coordinator provides support and guidance to council membership.
How SMP Works
The representatives meet to identify and address issues affecting QOL for single Marines. These issues are then submitted to the proper agency for resolution.
Minutes from each meeting are distributed to the council and the installation sergeant major to keep the command informed on plans, programming and resolution of issues.
SMP Can Be Your Voice for QOL Issues!
What do you think about the events and programs offered on base? Satisfied with your barracks conditions? Voice your opinion on issues that involve you through your SMP council!
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