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MyCAA: $4,000 of Tuition Assistance for Military Spouses

MyCAA scholarship: What It Is and How You Can Benefit From It     Screenshot of MyCAA website     The military, while a great place to grow and meet people, can also be a difficult place to establish roots; especially when you’re constantly picking up and moving every few years, or even months for those with spouses in school commands. MyCAA scholarship gives spouses the ability to go back to school with a $4,000 scholarship cap (not to exceed $2,000 annually). It pays for tuition costs, examinations leading to an associate degree, certifications from an accredited college, [...]

By |2015-04-29T15:38:38+00:00January 16th, 2015|blog|0 Comments

Corpsman Up!

Chief Petty Officer Justin Wilson during his Navy Cross Award Ceremony. Pictured next to Justin is Staff Sgt. Nicholas Sprovtsoff (right), and Staff Sgt. Christopher Diaz (left). Both killed in Afghanistan by an IED on 28 September, 2011. They were both posthumously awarded the Bronze Star with V for valor. Original Image taken from www.utsandiego.com   It’s a regular Monday afternoon for me here in the safe confinements of my house, located right outside of Jacksonville, North Carolina (or “J-Vegas” as many of my girlfriends and I like to call it). I can hear the 53’s patriotically whirring [...]

By |2015-04-29T15:38:38+00:00January 13th, 2015|blog|0 Comments