Military spouse at work in front of laptopMilitary Spouses are strong and independent, they often find themselves in new surroundings, sometimes working as a single parent while at the same time trying to acclimate to a new community. Military spouses are well educated and highly qualified for a wide variety of careers, frequent relocation is often a barrier to finding and maintaining a rewarding career.

Here you will find information about interstate licensing, licensing reimbursement, occupations with interstate reciprocity agreements and resources to help find state-specific information about occupational requirements. We also have employment resources along with training and support for spouses of military members.

  • License Recognition

    Generally speaking, licenses are state-specific. Laws vary by state. And each state has their own licensing requirements. Before you can establish yourself in a new state, you need to understand the laws of the state and get your license for that new home state.

  • Employment

    Employment resources specifically for military spouses.

  • Training and Support

    Training and support resources for military spouses and caregivers as they plan and prepare for their job search in pursuit of their employment goals. .

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