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Identify the relationship between the recruiter and SMCR in accordance with the Guidebook for Recruiters.
The Reserve units are tasked with referring prospects to the RS, as well as missioned with obtaining Prior Service enlistments for the Reserve unit. (Just Like Recruiters)
Identify in writing how to build a working relationship with the Selected Marine Corps Reserve unit in accordance with the Guidebook for Recruiters.
Name three ways to build upon the relationship between recruiters and reservist:
a. Make it a standard practice to visit the unit as often as possible, at least once a month.

b. Make the Reserve unit a part of Recruiting Trips.

c. Drop off latest incentive items (posters, bumper stickers, etc.) to the Reserve unit.
Recruiters can also build upon the relationship with reservist by:
d. Keeping the unit informed about recruiting and the specific areas where their assistance is needed.

e. Ask the unit what help or assistance it needs.

f. Get involved in the unit training on drill weekends.
A Recruiter can help the I&I staff by doing the following three things:
g. Teach some classes during drill weekends.

h. Participate in Reserve social functions and activities.

i. Include the SMCR unit / staff in the RSS social and recruiting activities.
The recruiter can increase thier regular and "reserve" contracts by:
j. Obtain current information on the unit's schedule for upcoming months. Use it to sell the Reserve Program.

k. Ask for a list of unit members who may be able to help the recruiting effort in specific areas (such as gaining access to schools, help in finding an IRT stop, or obtaining a particular list).

1. Request use of the Reserve Training Center for poolee meetings, to include the use of equipment, to help create interest among your poolees.
What are the final steps in maintaining a good relationship with the reserve unit?
m. Include the Reserve and I & I staff in the Family Nights held by the RS and RSS.

n. Encourage the SMCR unit and the RS to support "Educator Seminars" at the Reserve Training Center.

o. Always include a visit to the Reserve unit with your RS CO and District CO when they are in your RSS Area to reinforce the "team concept".
How does a reserve unit get referal credit?
Reserve Referral credit is obtained when the Reserve unit notifies the RS it has a referral.
What is the (1) where a SMCR unit can get a referal?
(1) An individual who walks into the training center, is interviewed by a member of the SMCR on general interest in enlisting, decides to be interviewed by a recruiter and subsequently enlist.
What is the (2) where a SMCR unit can get a referal?
(2) An individual contacted by the SMCR unit, who eventually decides to be interviewed by a recruiter and subsequently enlists.
What is the (3) where a SMCR unit can get a referal?
(3) An individual whose name is referred to the SMCR unit by a unit member or other contact. After screening by the SMCR unit, the individual agrees to be interviewed by a recruiter and subsequently enlist.
What is the (4) where a SMCR unit can get a referal?
(4) A former Marine, not affiliated with the SMCR unit, who the unit contacts while working the Individual Ready Reserve list and who then decides to reenlist in the Regular Marine Corps. The former Marine must go through the SMCR unit to the recruiting substation to count as a referral credit.
What is the (5) where a SMCR unit can get a referal?
(5) A non-obligor presently in the SMCR unit who reenlists in the Regular Marine Corps or who accepts a commission.
A Reserve Referral is not: (1)
(1) A name or a list of names, obtained by the Reserve unit and passed to the RSS without any action to determine interest in enlisting.
A Reserve Referral is not: (2)
(2) An individual already in an SMCR unit as a USMCR who decides to enlist in the Regular Marine Corps. This includes Marines who have completed the drilling obligation portion of their eight year contract.
A Reserve Referral is not: (3)
(3) An individual sent to the RSS by the SMCR unit without a "heads up" call to the RS.
A Reserve Referral is not: (4)
(4) An individual who walks into the Reserve Training Center looking for a specific recruiter or a local RSS to keep a previous appointment.
Who must complete the Referral Card to ensure proper crediting.
Reserve Referral Cards must be completed by the Selected Marine Corps Reserve unit to ensure proper crediting.
Part I: of the reserve referal card goes where?
Reserve unit forwards card to the Recruiting Station.
Part II: of the reserve referal card goes to?
This part of the reserve referal card is delivered to the RSS designated to process the referral.
Part III: of the reserve referal card goes to?
The SMCR unit retains this portion for record of referral.
Where does part IV: of the reserve referal card go?
SMCR unit forwards to Fulfillment Center. Fulfillment Center will track until enlisted or rejected
Upon receipt of the referral card at the RSS, the NCOIC will complete the appropriate data on the Reserve Referral Card and staple it to the PAC Card.
The NCOIC or assigned recruiter will then:

1. Initiate screening.

2. Conduct an interview
(if found qualified for enlistment processing).

3. Prepare enlistment package and schedule for processing.