Military Spouse Career Advancement Account (MyCAA)

Military Spouse Career Advancement Account (MyCAA)

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Did You Know?The Military Spouse Career Advancement Account (MyCAA) provides military spouses the opportunity and financing to receive the training and education needed for portable careers that will persist during the military lifestyle of multiple relocations.


The Department of Defense has funded a maximum benefit of $4,000 with a fiscal cap of $2,000 to eligible military spouses to use toward associated degree programs, licenses, certifications, or credentials leading to employment (not higher degrees). The spouse must finish the program of study within three years from start date of first course.

Eligibility:

  • Spouses of active-duty members: E1-E5, W1-W2 and O1-O2.
  • Spouses of activated Guard & Reserve with the same ranks are also eligible (must be able to start and complete while sponsor is on Title 10 orders.

A military spouse can apply for MyCAA Financial Assistance after creating a MyCAA Career 
and Training Plan on www.MilitaryOneSource.com

For further information, contact MilitaryOneSource at 1-888-342-9647 or visit your base A&FRC.

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Air Force Spouse Support at USAFSERVICES.com

Did You Know?US Air ForceDid you know that the USAF Services website has a section devoted to spouses?

The Spouse Support portion of the site is designed to provide Air Force spouses information on resources to help them adapt to Air Force Life. The site also has forums are available to registered users that are designed to allow for peer support to provide real perspectives on life in the Air Force.



 

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