I’ve been a stay at home mom for the past several years but lately have been thinking about getting back into the workforce. Now that my youngest is 3 and will be starting Young 4’s next year, I think it would be a great time to go back to school myself and enhance my education before I start my job hunt.
My husband is in the Air National Guard and I’ve always wondered what was available to me to use for college funding. I knew about the GI Bill but didn’t really know anything about the Military Spouse Career Advancement Accounts program (or MyCAA), that I could’ve used while he was on active duty orders.
To help me understand more about it, as well as other military spouses that are interested and want to learn more, there’s a free eBook from Career Step called Top 5 MyCAA Myths.
From Career Step:
We offer a free ebook called Top 5 MyCAA Myths for military spouses who are wondering if MyCAA funding can cover their education. It takes a look into the primary reasons military spouses don’t take advantage of the benefit and what makes a military spouse eligible.
If you’re a military spouse wanting to go back to school, this free eBook could be a great tool and a first step in starting your education. MyCAA sounds like a great option for those that are able to use it. Through Career Step they even offer quite a few courses of which MyCAA will cover the entire tuition!
Career Step is a MyCAA-approved online school, so you can train anywhere you have an internet connection. And with how often military families can move around, having an online schooling option is a definite must.
Are you a military spouse thinking of going back to school?
You can download the free eBook Top 5 MyCAA Myths now!