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Your installation employment readiness expert can meet with you face-to-face to discuss licensing and certification and determine whether obtaining credentials will help you begin in your chosen career path. He or she can also help research state regulations for your existing or new duty station.
The Spouse Education and Career Opportunities Program Facebook page focuses specifically on career and education guidance for military spouses. This page offers information tailored towards military spouses, including career and education resources, SECO tools and exclusive online social events.
Learn the process for getting your non-U.S. license, qualifications or education evaluated and verified.
Your installation employment readiness expert will be able to help you understand the possible impact of Status of Forces Agreement as it relates to your employability in an overseas location. MilitaryINSTALLATIONS will help you find the right person at your existing or new duty station.
Use the CareerOneStop License Finder tool to research your state’s rules and regulations, and identify the requirements, contact information and next steps for your current or future occupation.
The Military Spouse Fellowship’s Accredited Financial Counselor Program trains spouses to become accredited financial counselors. Obtaining your Accredited Financial Counselor certification through the Military Spouse Fellowship Program can provide a portable career that fits the mobility of your life.
An apprenticeship can offer a great opportunity to learn a skill or trade while getting paid. Find out about Registered Apprenticeships and access local programs.
CareerOneStop’s "Certification Finder" can help you identify the certifications you need for your occupation. Examinations test or enhance your knowledge, experience or skills in an occupation or profession. Employers value and seek employees with applicable certifications.
Find local training opportunities in your area by occupation, school or program to help jump-start your career when you relocate.
Continuing Education Units—CEUs—are necessary measures to assist professionals in maintaining their licenses.
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