As a military spouse, it can get tricky when it comes to starting (or finishing) your college education. That’s where Career Step comes into play. They make it easy for military spouses (both men and women) to get their degree (and even help with the expenses with the MyCAA program)!
A PCS every few years can make it difficult to find and have a successful career. Plus, going back to school can be expensive, and what happens if you move half way through and your credits don’t transfer? No worries, Career Step to the rescue!
Career Step offers online training for growing healthcare careers that either offer employment opportunities nationwide or can move with you. The school was also just named as a Military Friendly School for the third straight year and offers a number of military funding options (including MyCAA funding, which can cover ALL of the training costs of eligible military spouses).
The online format of the Career Step programs allows you to study at home, at a pace that fits your lifestyle, and means that even if you move in the middle of your training, you never have to worry about transferring.
The Career Step training programs most popular with military wives are the Pharmacy Technician, Medical Coding and Billing, Medical Administrative Assistant, and Medical Transcription courses. There are employment opportunities for pharmacy technicians, medical coders, and medical administrative assistants all over the country—and these professions are a great first-step into the healthcare industry. The vast majority of medical transcriptionists work for large national companies remotely from home—so when you PCS your job just moves with you.
All of these Career Step training programs are MyCAA-approved, which can cover all of the costs for eligible military spouses (learn more about the MyCAA program in Career Step’s free Top 5 MyCAA Myths ebook). Career Step also offers generous military discounts and the programs may qualify for military tuition assistance benefits.
You can read more about this awesome program created especially for you, the military spouse, over at this link >> And, if you’ve previously used (or are using) Carerr Step, please comment letting us know about your experience!!
This is a sponsored post by Career Step.