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“Going Back to School When You’re a Military Spouse” provides an overall summary of what to consider in making the decision to pursue postsecondary education.
Develop transferable skills to help build your resume through volunteering. Use the 'Volunteer Search' tool on the CNCS website to locate a range of possible volunteer opportunities at community organizations in your local area.
Every institution has a different process for admissions applications. Knowing what documents you will need for each can be a challenge. Organizing your documents before you start applying to schools can make the process faster, smoother and less stressful.
Explore available resources and talk to a SECO career coach to find a college or career school option that works for you.
As a military spouse on the move, meeting state residency requirements and qualifying for in-state tuition rates will allow you to obtain a first-class education for a reasonable cost.
Learn the process for getting your non-U.S. license, qualifications or education evaluated and verified.
Start your search for a portable career today using these resources and tips.
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.
Are you thinking about starting a business? Watch "SBA Introduction", a short video introduction on the Small Business Administration, and learn how the organization can help you get your business off the ground.
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.
Occupational Outlook Handbook