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The life of a military spouse includes living on a flexible schedule, learning to quickly and efficiently adapt to change, and providing for your family while your partner is on duty. Having a career means more than simply getting a job at your partner's duty station. A flexible, stable career is possible for military spouses - one with career potential nationwide. With the convenience and flexibility of distance education, you can get the career training you need on your own time, at your own pace - and with military spouse benefits, your education costs can be fully covered.

Learn more about the education, benefits and military-friendly careers available to military spouses nationwide.

Military Spouse Education

We understand that your spouse's deployments or frequent moves may prevent you from enrolling in a traditional school where you have to travel to class and spend time away from home. The good news is that online schools, such as Allied Business Schools, can provide flexible and convenient military spouse education so you can focus on your family while getting the educational foundation you need.

Online military classes are the same classes that you'll find at an on-site school. You just log onto the classes from your home computer. There are no commutes or wasted class time. The classes are available when you are, anytime day or night. You set the pace and complete assignments when it works best for you.

Military Spouse Benefits

Attention Active-Duty Military Spouses


Great news! Allied is pleased to inform you that The Department of Defense resumed the MyCAA program on October 25, 2010. 

With a focus on the original intent of the program - helping spouses of service members to achieve portable careers - the Defense Department’s financial assistance program is:

  • Available to spouses of active duty service members in pay grades E1-E5, W1-W2, and O1-O2 
  • Offers a maximum financial benefit of $4,000 with a fiscal year cap of $2,000.  Waivers will be available for spouses pursuing licensure or certification up to the total maximum assistance of $4,000
  • Requires military spouses to finish their program of study within three years from the start date of the first course 
  • Limited to associate degrees, certification and licensures

Allied is your military friendly school and we proudly support the educational goals of active duty service members and spouses. 

Call 888-501-5221 today to speak with a helpful student services representative.

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There are specific benefits available to military spouses - known as MyCAA - meaning that you have the opportunity to enroll in a career training program at no charge to you. With no out-of-pocket costs, there's nothing standing in the way of preparing for a new career and contributing to the family income.

Allied's 100% online education allows military spouses with tuition assistance to train for a new career while remaining at home to maintain daily commitments to their children, friends and community. Call (888) 501-5221 today to learn how Allied's training may lead to jobs for military spouses plus how to qualify for government funding.

Military Spouse Career Advancement Accounts Program (MyCAA)

The Military Spouse Career Advancement Account Program (MyCAA) is a Department of Defense (DoD) program that provides financial assistance to spouses of active duty military members and spouses of activated Guard and Reserve service members (deployed for a year or more) for certification, licensure, education or training in careers in high-growth, high-demand occupations.

Ready to take the first step? Call (888) 501-5221 to learn more today.