“Installation Assistance”. . .
Take charge of your PCS move by using the Plan My Move resource.
Spouses who want to work may sometimes face transportation challenges. Explore suggestions, ideas and possible solutions to help you get to work.
Find volunteer opportunities on or near your installation that provide new work experiences, increase your skills and build a connection between you and the community (host nation or installation-based). Your installation military and family support center is a good place to start to learn about on and off base volunteer opportunities.
English as a Second Language programs are available on some installations and are also offered at locations in your community. Contact a career coach for help finding the ESL program that best meets your needs.
The Family Readiness System provides a multitude of resources to assist military families in managing challenges, enjoying successful careers and flourishing in military life.
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.
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.
The Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program is the largest federal program dedicated to forgiving your student loans. Learn about the qualifying public service jobs in the program and what steps you need to take to wipe away your student loans.
For many foreign-born spouses, learning the English language and understanding American culture are important steps to take before they begin their job search.
Management Tools (Family Centers) is an article that provides a multitude of resources for helping families manage military life to find the balance they need for successful careers and happy homes.
Occupational Outlook Handbook