If your service member is assigned to an overseas location that is not necessarily located on a U.S. military installation, the U.S. State Department's Family Liaison Office can help you with your employment needs. These locations may include an assignment with a foreign government, at a U.S. Embassy or other facility. A team of global employment advisors provides career guidance, resources and assistance for local employment at your overseas location.
You may also be able to receive a grant supporting professional development activities through a Professional Development Fellowship. If you are returning to the United States, the Family Liaison Office can provide career guidance and employment resources before you move.
If you are living overseas or planning a move to an overseas location, search 'overseas' in the search bar on MySECO to learn about overseas employment and education. If you need help with your overseas job search, speak with a SECO career coach by calling Military OneSource at 800-342-9647. For additional guidance, use the Live Chat feature on the MySECO website.