Do Military Spouses get Tuition Assistance? - MedCerts

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ATTN Military Spouses: For a limited time, the Department of Defense has expanded eligibility for My Career Advancement Account (MyCAA) to the first 1,250 approved applicants in the ranks of E-6 and O-3. MedCerts is an approved school for the MyCAA scholarship.

Many service members and their families ask, "Do military spouses get tuition assistance?" The answer is, yes, military spouses can receive tuition assistance through the MyCAA program. This scholarship offers eligible spouses up to $4,000 of tuition assistance with an annual fiscal year cap of $2,000. The program is a part of the Department of Defense Spouse Education and Career Opportunities program.

The purpose of the program is to provide spouses help while they pursue higher education in the form of licenses, associates degrees, certifications, or other credentials that will help them pursue careers in a variety of fields that offer high demand and growth.

The program particularly wants to see military spouses pursue jobs that not only demonstrate room for employment but also will likely have jobs available near military locations. The military does offer career and education counseling that these spouses can take advantage of to help them find a program that will work well for them.

Of all the institutions approved to accept the MyCAA scholarship, MedCerts offers ideal online certification programs for the military lifestyle and a consistently valued option for loved ones living with servicemembers. MedCerts programs feature 100% portable online training (for easy access from anywhere) toward nationally-recognized certifications in a variety of high-demand industries including information technology (IT) and healthcare.

Want more information? Talk to an education consultant today to answer any questions you may have about the MyCAA Scholarship.

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Published on June 18, 2019