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Military Student Transition Consultants (MSTCs) wear many hats. Although there’s no such thing as a typical day, themes of compassion, persistence, and selflessness tell their story. Every day military-connected students and parents walk through their doors for a personalized educational concierge service addressing a variety of topics, and serving children whose parents are serving in our Armed Forces.

Please feel free to read stories from the field.
Military Student Transition Consultants (MSTCs) wear many hats.

http://www.militarychild.org/public/upload/files/OTM-MSTC.pdf


1.Coordinate and support efforts to solve problems related to military life or culture (e.g., transition, deployment, reintegration).

2.Provide an ongoing, continuum of care to military-connected students.

3.Provide support to students with special needs and assist in the navigation of the school special education process.

4.Coordinate and support efforts to build awareness of resources and provide a connection between students/families with needs with possible solutions from the installation.

5.Coordinate and support efforts to build awareness of resources and provide a connection between students/families with needs with possible solutions from the school.

6.Coordinate and support efforts to build awareness of resources and provide a connection between students/families with needs with possible solutions from the community.

7.Build capacity for school personnel, students/families, community members, and installation representatives via professional development and education.

Contact your local MSTC at 912-876-3038 or tmoore@liberty.k12.ga.us


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