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Sarah Heitink

In various capacities, I’ve been a part of the Military Community since birth. I’m a daughter of a veteran, a spouse to my active duty Marine, a friend, colleague, mentor and most importantly, a MilSpouse volunteer. I’m fueled by coffee and books. I’m energized by travel and beachin’ it along our crystal coast of the Carolina MAGTF. I’m inspired by other MilSpouses just like you. My mantra is this to shall pass and it’s important to me to stay teachable.


I’ve worked for Marine Corps Community Services (MCCS) for the past 19 years. As the MCCS Volunteer Coordinator, I am honored to spend time with you to chat about volunteering and mentorship. Volunteering isn’t a big thing. It’s a million little things. Mentoring isn’t a big thing. It’s a powerhouse of micro and macro connections. Most importantly, volunteering and mentoring is an imperative part of the U and I MilSpouse legacy. Pairing these two significant and compelling themes launches the Esprit De Corps of Servant Leadership. They explain the ideas behind what it means to give back. These themes enlighten people, inspire others and curate a sense of community. I am excited to blend the themes of volunteering and mentorship while simultaneously sharing the ideas encompassing the MilSpouse and the Esprit De Corps of Servant Leadership. I am looking forward to welcoming and energizing you during the 2024 Spring Camp Lejeune Leadership Seminar. 

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