The key to a future filled with family stability and success starts with a good education. 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. If you have any topics that you would like to see us write about, feel free to email the editor:
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Medical billing, a rewarding career even if you can’t really work from home If you believe the late night tv ads, medical billing is a career that is “so easy and flexible, you can... Samantha Carroll September 3, 2012
Avoid the Academic Slump According to the title sequence of cartoon characters “Phineas and Ferb,” there’s 104 days of... Kerry McGinley July 18, 2012
Easier PCSing ahead for high school students The transition for military students moving from school to school just got a little easier. As part of the... Jennifer See, MA July 9, 2012
Worried about the switch from blackboard to keyboard? Here’s how to make your learning style work online Do you enjoy the freedom of an online classroom without walls, traffic or a dress code? Do you love carrying... Kerry McGinley February 6, 2012
Cheat Sheet: Are you really turning in your own work? You’re slammed. Class project deadlines loom. Children need your attention. If your spouse is deployed and you... Kerry McGinley December 12, 2011
More GI Bill Changes Are Here On Aug. 1 the Post-9/11 GI Bill underwent a host of changes, both good and bad. A new round of changes take... Allison Perkins October 13, 2011
In-state vs. out-of-state tuition:What’s considered home for military students? You’ve heard the saying, “Home is where the Army sends us,” right? But when it comes to higher... Samantha Carroll September 23, 2011
Take This Job and Change It Misty Womack needed a change. After years of part-time work as a home health physical therapy assistant, the Army... Jennifer See, MA August 8, 2011
Stretch Your Stress Away Army wife Juanita Klemm’s day planner of back-to-back activities reads much like that of a celebrity on tour.... Samantha Carroll July 14, 2011
PCS and Textbooks, the Heavy Choices  To keep your textbooks or not, that is the question. At least it is for military spouses preparing for a PCS... Allison Perkins July 5, 2011
You’ve Graduated; Now What? Cap and gown season is upon us. Across the nation, college graduates are armed with their degrees and certificates... Jennifer See, MA June 8, 2011
College is More Than Classes and Late Night Pizza Runs Ever think college is just classes, finishing papers at the last minute and praying for the instructor you want in... Allison Perkins May 2, 2011
MyCAA and Bryant & Stratton College Online Scholarships Fund Spouse Educations In this lagging economy, even Uncle Sam is struggling to pay college tuition bills. In 2010, the Department of... Allison Perkins April 4, 2011
Colleges Make it Easier to Apply I suppose I am a dinosaur. When I applied to college, we had to fill out dozens of forms — by hand no less... Allison Perkins April 3, 2011
Post 9/11 GI Bill Changes The Anderson family is putting two sons through college, largely on Uncle Sam’s dime. Both sons are using the... Jennifer See, MA April 1, 2011
Taking the Back-to-School Plunge Five-year Army wife Mildred Poser really wanted to go back to school, but it looked like the cards were stacked... Pamela McBride April 1, 2011


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