“Managing Change”. . .
This online toolkit provides you with a self-guided program for becoming a healthier, happier you. Watch the short videos, read the articles and start taking control of your stress.
Find information on spouse licensure portability and unemployment insurance by state.
Learn about career assistance resources available for military spouses and service members after separation or retirement from the military.
If you are a caregiver or a surviving spouse interested in starting a business, investigate your eligibility for Entrepreneurship Bootcamp.
Knowing what to expect and how to prepare for your call with a Spouse Education and Career Opportunities career coach may be helpful. Even if you don’t have a chance to prep, coaches are always ready and waiting to assist you with your education and career questions.
Be professional when you resign from your job and take the proper steps to make sure you receive a positive reference from your employer.
Understanding the mobile military life and recognizing the capabilities a military spouse can bring to a company may not be a part of a company's employment culture. Learn to sell yourself and your strengths as a military spouse on your resume and in your job interviews to achieve success in your job search.
Job search burnout can occur during long or unproductive job searches. Understand the causes, learn the symptoms and take appropriate steps to avoid and overcome burnout as you search for a new position.
Healthy work relationships can help you achieve career success and job satisfaction. Positive interactions with fellow employees, customers and competitors can expand your network, provide growth opportunities and yield referrals and references when you search for your next job.
Occupational Outlook Handbook