May 15th, 2019
Military spouses may qualify for benefits through MyCAA that will pay for their career training! Spouses of active duty military members can receive up to $4,000 in career education benefits funded through the Department of Defense.
April 17th, 2019
Military spouses face the reality that every couple of years, they will most likely need to pack up their homes and pick up their career with each and every PCS. For these men and women, it's not only about finding a career that they love, but one that is portable and can move with them
January 9th, 2019
Life on the move can be difficult, bouncing around from job to job or school to school, and trying to finish your education can seem impossible. That's why Ed4Career offers career programs that follow you anywhere. You might not be able to help where you live but you can take control of your future.
December 6th, 2018
Black Friday and Cyber Monday have come and gone. If you have run out of gift ideas for your loved ones, we’ve gathered great suggestions for you – some of which don’t even cost a dime!
November 28th, 2018
You’ve made the decision to sign up for an online course. As a military spouse, this is a great way to further your education, as online courses can be completed anytime, anywhere. With frequent PCS moves, this is necessary!
With thousands to choose from, how do you select the right one to help you meet your needs?
November 14th, 2018
Career development is an ongoing process that forms an individual’s work identity. Ed4Online supports military spouses with their career development goals. With Ed4Online's flexible career training programs, students can attend class on their schedule.
October 31st, 2018
You may be good at what you do, but what if you could be better? You’ve come to a point of familiarity in your job. You pretty much know what to expect day in and day out. You know your tasks, and you handle them well. So, what’s next?
October 17th, 2018
Are frequent moves wreaking havoc on your career? Do you currently find yourself unemployed or underemployed? With frequent relocations, the spouse’s career often comes second to that of the service members’. Because of this, military spouses face unique challenges when it comes to carving out a professional career for themselves.