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Are you a military spouse? You may be eligible for education funding through MyCAA

Written by Suzanne Kart

On average, military families move every two or three years . This causes challenges for military spouses who are interested in pursuing career training.

However, ProTrain works with colleges and universities across the US to offer online training in a variety of high-demand portable career profiles – and many are already MyCAA approved!

Whether you are interested in a career in IT, healthcare, accounting, or something else, we have course for you that can get you started on a career pathway.

At ProTrain, our online classes are available with rolling start dates in a variety of fields, so classes are available whenever and wherever you choose. Browse the catalog of self-paced, portable courses at ProTrain’s own MyCAA portal.

MyCAA provides a maximum education benefit of up to $4,000 with an annual fiscal year cap of $2,000 to assist eligible military spouses in acquiring a professional credential needed to meet their portable career goal.

If you are a military spouse of E1-E5, O1-O2,  or W1-W2 pay grades and want more information concerning online educational pathways and the benefits of certifications for high-demand jobs call us at  1-800-762-9881 to speak with a qualified training advisor. Or fill out this form and someone will get back to you very soon.

 

About the author

Suzanne Kart

Suzanne Kart is a writer, speaker, consultant, and expert in 21st Century integrated marketing. Currently Director of Marketing at ProTrain, LLC, she is one of the nation’s leading authorities on marketing for continuing education and lifelong learning programs. She has more than 18 years experience in the marketing and communications fields. She does workshops across the U.S. and Canada on all things marketing as well as generational communications. She also has taught online for the graduate school at the University of South Dakota masters degree program in adult and higher education – and is an experienced instructional designer.

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