Recruiting Station Twin Cities
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9th Marine Corps District
Minneapolis, Minnesota

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July 2023 Educators' Workshop

Educators from Recruiting Stations Kansas City, St. Louis, Twin Cities, and Milwaukee, experience the week-long Educators' Workshop (EWS) program...

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A Long Standing Legacy

Daniel Hayek (left) and his father Maj. Richard Hayek, the Commanding officer of Marine Corps Recruiting Station Kansas City, embrace after Daniel...

Recruiting Station Twin Cities Leaders

Commanding Officer
Commanding Officer, Recruiting Station Twin Cities

Major Higgs enlisted in the Marine Corps, participated in the Marine Enlisted Commissioning

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Sergeant Major
Sergeant Major, Recruiting Station Twin Cities

Sergeant Major David Sanchez was born on 26 August 1979 in Rosenberg, Texas and graduated from B.F.

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The mission of Marine Corps Recruiting Station Twin Cities is to supervise and administer the enlisted and officer procurement programs of the Regular and Reserve establishment and to perform such other tasks as may be directed by the Commandant of the Marine Corps.   

1 Federal Drive Suite G473,

Saint Paul, MN 55417

Executive Officer
1stLt Reinhart Boeser 
612-269-7592

Operations Program Specialist
SSgt James Stasiewicz
612-725-1797

Recruiter Instructor
MSgt Todd Keiser
651-755-7300

Assistant Recruiter Instructor
TBD

Administration Chief
SSgt Tomeshia Whitenack
612-725-3218

Administration Clerk
N/A

Logistics & Supply Chief
SSgt Christian Valdovinos
612-725-3232

Logistics & Supply Clerk
Cpl Alexander Perez
612-725-3233

Operations Clerk
Sgt Chontu Lee
612-725-3210

Marketing & Communications
Sgt Joseph LaRose
612-725-3233

Officer Selection Station Twin Cities
Capt. Steven Mitre
2650 University Ave West, Suite 113
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55114 
(651) 600-3998
Steven.Mitre@marines.usmc.mil

 

Bloomington 
10619 France Ave. So.
Bloomington, MN 55431
(952) 881- 6911 

Buffalo
606 Crossroads Campus Dr
Buffalo, MN 55313
(763) 682- 5711 

Burnsville
12617 Nicollet Ave. So.
Burnsville, MN 55337
(952) 894- 8760
 
Coon Rapids
3067 Coon Rapids Blvd NW
Coon Rapids, MN 55433
(763) 576- 9049 

Duluth 
2330 Mountain Shadow Dr.
Duluth, MN 55811
(218) 727- 2159
 
Eau Claire
2106 Eastridge Center
Eau Claire, WI 54701
(715) 835 - 3459

Fargo
835 23rd Ave East
West Fargo, ND 58103
(701) 277- 1296
 
Mankato
1850 Adams St. Suite 336
Mankato, MN 56001
(507) 387- 3094
 
Roseville
1649 W. Co Rd B-2
Roseville, MN 55113
(651) 636- 1552 

Sioux City
4283 Sergeant Road Suite 1
Sioux City, IA 51106
712-262-4692

Sioux Falls
5019 S Louise Ave Suite #D
Sioux Falls, SD 57108
(605) 361- 2584 

St Cloud
38 2nd Ave South
Waite Park, MN 56387
(320) 251- 3103

PCS Hutchinson
114 Main Street North
Hutchinson, MN 55350
320-234-6889
 
PCS Inver Grove Heights
7751 Amana Trail
Inver Grove Heights, MN 55077
651-455-3382
 
PCS Lakeville
7622 160th Street West
Lakeville, MN 55044
952-808-2621
 
PCS Maple Grove
13571 Grove Drive
Maple Grove, MN 55311
763-420-0275
 
PCS Forest Lake
59 South Lake Street
Forest Lake, MN 55025
651-464-0163
 
PCS Grand Rapids
2046 South Pokegame Ave
Grand Rapids, MN 55744
218-327-0141
 
PCS Rice Lake
2486 South Main Street
Rice Lake, WI 54868
715-234-2269
 
PCS Rochester
3125 Wellner Drive NE
Rochester,MN 55906
507-536-2827
 
PCS Bismarck
240 West Front Ave
Bismarck, ND 58504
701-223-6681
 
PCS Detroit Lakes
113 Graystone Plaza
Detroit Lakes, MN 56501
218-847-2720
 
PCS Grand Forks
1020 South Washington Street
Grand Forks, ND 58201
701-772-3627
 
PCS Minot
2400 10th Street SW, Dakota Square Mall
Minot, ND 58701
701-839-2091
 
PCS Owatonna
211 West Bridge Street
Owatonna, MN 55060
507-444-0327
 
PCS Maplewood
3001 White Bear Ave North
Maplewood, MN 55109
651-773-0432
 
PCS Woodbury
803 Bielenberg Drive
Woodbury, MN 55125
651-730-1676
 
PCS Brainerd
15620 North Edgewood Drive
Baxter, MN 56401
218-829-1661
 
PCS Alexandria
4911 Hwy 29 South
Alexandria, MN 56308
320-763-6351
 
PCS Watertown
1022 14th Street SE
Watertown, SD 57201
605-882-2415
 
PCS Fremont
3220 Elk Lane Suite 250
Fremont, NE 68025
402-727-6030
PCS Spencer
901 11th Street SW Suite 36
Spencer, IA 51301
712-262-4692

 

Ladysmith local shines above peers at Marine Corps Recruit Training

7 Jun 2018 | Sgt. Michelle Reif 9th Marine Corps District

Graduating Marine Corps recruit training is no easy feat. Recruits undergo a rigorous training schedule designed to test their physical and mental strength. Most struggle just to keep their head down and graduate.

For one Ladysmith, Wis., recruit, however, simply getting by was not an option. She was determined to be the best of the best.

She succeeded.

Private First Class Megan Srp graduated recruit training at Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island, S.C., May 25, as the company honor graduate.

If a recruit is selected as the guide, it means they have been found to be the top recruit amongst at least 50 other young men or women in their platoon. Once selected, they become responsible for the recruits in their platoon and are in constant competition to maintain that top spot.

Most times this position is filled multiple times throughout recruit training before the drill instructors find the right recruit for the job. The honor graduate is then selected based upon their individual performance in several categories such as leadership, knowledge and physical fitness.

“Although boot camp was challenging physically, for me it was more mental than anything,” said Srp. “Even when it came down to the physical challenges we faced, it became a mental game in order to achieve it. Everything is very hands-on and trial and error, which is how I love to learn. I’d say it’s the perfect definition of a once-in-a-lifetime experience.”

Even before enlisting into the Marine Corps Delayed Entry Program, or DEP, where new enlistees can spend up to a year preparing for recruit training, Srp was no stranger to holding leadership positions. She was captain of her sports teams in high school and held responsibilities with extracurricular activities.

For Srp, joining the Marine Corps was about something bigger than herself.

“I wanted to become a Marine because I wanted to be a part of something bigger and better than what I currently was, and for me the Marine Corps was the biggest and best it could get,” said Srp. “I want to wake up every day with a new challenge and to know I am making a difference for the better.”

Her recruiter, Gunnery Sgt. Justin Kellykurth, was not surprised that she took the challenge head on and outperformed her peers. He was impressed by her desire to become a Marine, her maturity and her overall physical ability.

“I was very proud of her and what she had accomplished,” said Gunnery Sgt. Justin Kellykurth, the commander of the Eau Claire recruiting station where Srp enlisted. “She took on the toughest initial training this country had to offer and she did so out performing her peers. It was a pleasure to have helped her take the first steps towards becoming a United States Marine and a humbling experience to see a bright start to the beginning of her career.”

Now that Srp has completed boot camp, she will go to the Marine Corps’ School of Infantry at Camp Geiger, North Carolina, where she will train for her specialty as an infantryman. Her goals include achieving the rank of sergeant within the first three years of her career and continuing to grow mentally while learning as much as possible even when it does not pertain to her field. She also wants to continue to challenge herself physically.

“I hope to continue to be a leader to someone and to inspire other young women, to show that they are capable of doing anything as long as they are willing to work for it,” said Srp.

To become an honor graduate at boot camp is a rare and significant achievement. In the six years that Kellykurth has been recruiting, he has sent hundreds of young men and women to Marine Corps recruit training, yet Srp is the first he sent to earn that title.

“Pfc. Srp had a good foundation as a poolee and now has an even stronger foundation after graduating recruit training,” said Kellykurth. “I believe the sky is the limit for this young Marine. She has a bright future ahead of her and I look forward to hearing about her accomplishments, while serving as a Marine and beyond.”


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