“Planning”. . .
It’s never easy leaving your children when you have to go to work, particularly when your spouse is deployed. Here are some tips to help you handle the challenges and balance your work and family time.
“Going Back to School When You’re a Military Spouse” gives you a summary of what to consider when you make the decision to pursue postsecondary education.
The CareerOneStop “Plan Your Career” page is a great tool to help you build your career with knowledge and a thoughtful plan.
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.
If you own or are considering starting a small business, take advantage of SCORE for education and mentorship opportunities. SCORE is a nonprofit organization supported by the U.S. Small Business Administration with a national network of volunteer mentors eager to assist you and your business.
The Small Business Administration provides tips on developing a business plan to help you successfully run your small business.
CareerOneStop’s 'Career Exploration, Training & Jobs' page offers self-assessments, career tools and a job search database for spouses.
Learn about the two types of federal loan forgiveness programs for teachers.
Spouses who want to work may sometimes face transportation challenges. Explore suggestions, ideas and possible solutions to help you get to work.
Learn how to start a woman-owned small business and enter the world of government contracting. Provide goods, services or support to federal, state or local government agencies, on or near military installations around the world.
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