Blog Category Military Career Education

December 12th, 2014
Angela Caban

Online education is perfect for military members who are too busy, too far away or transfer too often to attend traditional campuses.

November 9th, 2014
Angela Caban

Look around at all the people that surround us in everyday life. Many of the people that are in our lives or have an effect on our lives are veterans. Veterans are very special people. They are a select group of individuals who looked deep within themselves and found what the true meaning of freedom meant. Without these people, we could not say “The Pledge of Allegiance.”

October 27th, 2014
Angela Caban

If you are a military spouse in school or considering going back to school and are not in the traditional 18-23 age range, you are a non-traditional student… And that's okay!



What questions do you have about being a military spouse and going back to school? Ask us below...


October 22nd, 2014
Angela Caban

The MyCAA program is a workforce development program for spouses of active duty military members. Eligible spouses can receive up to $4,000 in career education benefits funded through the Department of Defense.


Ed4Career offers programs that will train spouses for portable, in-demand career fields and are perfect for the transient lifestyle of our military spouses. We have a team of military spouses and veterans available to assist you. Contact us here: http://www.milcareered.com/contact-us

October 20th, 2014
Angela Caban

The MyCAA program is a workforce development program for spouses of active duty military members. Eligible spouses can receive up to $4,000 in career education benefits funded through the Department of Defense.



There are many military spouses out there unaware of this program or just misinformed. Let us help you understand the MyCAA program and clear up some of those myths.



Myth:  The MyCAA program will use my spouse's G.I. Bill.

October 15th, 2014
Angela Caban

Considering a career in Healthcare after transitioning out of the military? Great! But first, there are a few things you should do before taking that giant step out of the military. Remember there are transition assistance programs available to you, but the ultimate responsibility for a successful transition rests with you and your family.



Here are a few things you can do to help make your transition a success:

August 13th, 2014
Angela Caban

When businesses hire military veterans, the workforce gains invaluable skills because of military training. As a veteran transitioning out of the military, you may have doubts about the type of jobs out there and whether or not you may qualify for it. Employers take on the job training such as military experience, but if you are looking in another field you have no experience in - there are options for you to obtain the training in that field in as little as 60 days and use your GI bill and tuition assistance in the process.

July 4th, 2014
Angela Caban

On July 4, 1776, we claimed our independence from Britain and Democracy was born. Every day thousands leave their homeland to come to the “land of the free and the home of the brave” so they can begin their American Dream.

The United States is truly a diverse nation made up of dynamic people. Each year on July 4, Americans celebrate that freedom and independence with barbecues, picnics, and family gatherings.

Despite the chaos that goes on daily in our lives, we are truly an amazing nation. Let's never forget that!

June 27th, 2014
Angela Caban

If you are an active duty or National Guard/Reserve servicemember, veteran or military spouse – have you thought about the portability an online education could offer you?

Online education is a great way for servicemembers to go back to school while serving their country. Online courses and degree programs are developed specifically to provide the flexibility needed to fit the op-tempo and duty schedules of servicemembers as well as the hectic lifestyles of military spouses.

June 9th, 2014
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A large part of my life has ended. I closed the doors completely on that day we said goodbye to each other and entering a new and exciting part of our lives. I can clearly recall the day that my husband’s orders for a 15 month deployment landed in my hands. I was still in shock from the overall news but this made it real, there was no way out of this and it was happening. Who would have known that the horrid thought of deployment would change my life for the best?

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