6K Scholarship
6K Scholarship

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Salute to Homecoming
Salute to Homecoming

The war with Iraq is over, the battle is not. Discover the challenges and successes of military families as they move beyond the war in Iraq.

We will connect our readers with experts who can answer questions and help military families rebuild their relationships and their lives.

From new deployments to PTSD, let's take the journey together.

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Back to School Answers
Back to School Answers

We can help you better understand what the educational landscape looks like for military spouses, and how to make use of all the possible government and corporate financial support that is made available to you for your family’s service to our country.

 

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Career Resources
Career Resources

We've got the answers to your work-related concerns from interviews and resumes to portable careers.

Learn about the latest developments in careers for military spouses & for military friendly job openings & employers.

Learn More >>

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Editors Blog: From One Military Spouse To Another
Editors Blog: From One Military Spouse To Another

Let Allison help you on your journey to earn your degree,navigate the corporate ladder or simply guide you through military life. 

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Online Scholarships Fund Spouses' Education
Online Scholarships Fund Spouses' Education

Bryant & Stratton College Online is offering up to $6,000 to military spouses through its Salute to Spouses Scholarship. The scholarship can be combined with MyCAA.

Learn How >>

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$6,000 Scholarship For Military Spouses
BLOGS
Oct
20
What’s in a Name?
Maiden name? Married name? Some combination thereof? Which one should you use professionally, especially if you marry after you’ve established your career ... and your name isn't Beyoncé. When you hear 'Beyoncé', you know exactly who she is, no last name needed. Her husband, Jay-Z, is also known by only one name...
Oct
17
Blessed To Be So Weary
I have these down-in-the-dumps moments when my husband is deployed, and I’m playing the single-parent game. It’s so hard. I’m tired. I don’t get a break. It’s lonely. I’m never alone. I just want to pee/eat/shower/read a book without the constant “Mama! Mama!” and grabby little hands every few...
Oct
15
Retirement Chronicles:...
Like most military families we’ve moved, a lot. Eight times in 15 years. It is fair to say during many of those moves about a third of our boxes were never even opened. They simply sat in the garage, stacked, stored, dusty. Until they were shipped cross-country and placed in a new corner, in a different garage where they were stacked,...
Oct
14
Apps for Students: Part One
Three years ago, when I started college, I learned …well, I learned a lot of things. But one of the most important things I learned was that writing assignments and their due dates in a planner did not work for me, and neither did physically carrying everything I needed to study effectively. Why didn’t it work, you ask?  I...
SALUTE TO HOMECOMING

See other Spouses' pictures and read about their Homecoming stories and tips.

$6,000 SCHOLARSHIP FOR MILITARY SPOUSES

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