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USA4 Military Families

Find information on spouse licensure portability and unemployment insurance by state.

Financial Counselor Program

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.

Certification versus Certificate Programs

Understanding the difference between certification and a certificate program can help you determine what makes sense for your education or career.

Teaching Certifications and Licenses

The teaching profession is one of the most sought-after careers for military spouses, but it is also one of the most heavily state-regulated professions. Knowing what certifications or licenses you must obtain can help you plan your training and job search.

Licensed Professions for Military Spouses

Holding a valid license or certification is critical to finding employment in many career fields. Learn about types of licenses, advantages of having a license and military spouse license portability. Determine if holding a license or certification is a positive career step for you.

Career Progression Through Workforce Credentials

Workforce credentials such as licenses and certifications are issued to individuals who demonstrate proficiency and/or expertise in certain fields. Workforce credentials can be an invaluable tool for career progression. Learn about the advantages of workforce credentials and who to contact if you have questions.

Portable Careers in Child Care

Working in the child care field can be a great portable career option for you. Positions within this field can be very rewarding and may offer the flexibility you need as you move from place to place.

My Career Advancement Account Scholarship

The My Career Advancement Account Scholarship is a workforce development program that provides up to $4,000 of tuition assistance to eligible military spouses who are pursuing a license, certification or associate degree in a portable career field and occupation.