Bridging The Miles During Deployment

We are all storytellers with a story to tell. For over 27,000 years, since the discovery of the first cave paintings, humans have been sharing stories. They are the thread that connects us as human beings. And the secret weapon for military families for bridging the miles during times apart. Reminiscing shared stories together reinforces…
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You Have A Military Love Story & We Want To Hear It!

Attention Service Members, Military Spouses and Veterans Here’s your chance to combine your flair for writing and your military life experiences for a chance to be featured in our Military Community. The theme is Military Love Stories. We are looking for well-written, creative, meaningful real-life stories that celebrate the heartwarming power of LOVE in Military…
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Military Love Story: The Brit And The U.S. Army Combat Medic

According to the World Economic Forum June 2015 stats, the U.S. Department of Defense is the largest employer in the world with 3.2 million on the payroll. It is not surprising to learn that over 60% of those brave women and men are married. That’s approximately 1.9 million military love stories looking for happily ever…
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MyCAA Report Recommends Online Learning For Military

Pursuing higher education is not only stimulating and exciting; it also opens the door to rewarding opportunities. Especially when it comes to military life. A common misconception is that Higher Education only refers to college. But it actually includes many different types of postsecondary education (after High School) like GED classes, English as a second…
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5 Tips For Military Moms Going Back-to-School

It takes a special person to keep the universe of a military household in motion. And in the center of that universe is where you’ll find the military mom. Whether working full-time, part-time or stay-at-home, moms need to continue growing in order to become the best version of themselves. Going back-to-school is one of the…
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Secret to Creating Your Own Success

As a military spouse or veteran, you are no stranger to setting and accomplishing goals. You have tackled tough training programs and weathered military challenges like relocation and deployments. Now it’s time to set your next goal for success. As you set your goal, make a promise to yourself to do whatever it takes to…
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Military Parents Experience New Model For College Education

If you are a parent, cherish the role that is so uniquely yours. Similar to serving your country, it is a duty of love and dedication that deserves the very best version of yourself that you can bring to it. To meet the challenge of raising children in a military household, parents often feel the…
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Summer Fun Bucket List for The Entire Family

It is that time of the year again! The summer sun is calling your name, and it is time to begin daydreaming about barbecues, family vacations and spending long days at your favorite places. The time has come to let loose and enjoy what is arguably the most fun season: summer. Military spouses and Veterans…
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Online Certificate Programs Help Close U.S. Skills Gap

The landscape of the U.S. workforce has significantly shifted, placing greater emphasis on the need for skilled, educated workers. According to the Georgetown University report Help Wanted: Projections of Jobs and Education, by 2018 the United States will have 46.8 million job openings. Thirty million of these jobs will require some postsecondary education, and there…
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5 Secrets To Share With The New Military Spouse On Base

Whether it is your very first or your fifth PCS, transitioning to a new base can test even the most resilient military families. Checklists, reminders and moving boxes have a way of stealing the limelight from the excitement that comes with moving to a fresh location. Organization will always turn out to be your best…
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Building Your Support Network For Online Learning Success

Apollo Research Institute recently conducted a survey of more than 4,400 students in multiple generations that identified unique stress factors that influence educational progress. The report noted, “support from spouses, significant others, faculty members, and staff from an institution’s academic department had the best chance of positively influencing adult learners to continue classes”. The average…
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