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MyCAA Approved Course Funding for Military Spouses

At Career Step we’re committed to providing quality, online education for military service members, veterans, spouses, and other dependents, getting them ready for careers that are in-demand nationwide. We’ve helped more than 15,000 members of the military community over the years and offer free training for spouses who qualify for MyCAA and tuition as low as $180 for all other military service members, veterans, and dependents.

The online format of Career Step’s programs is an ideal fit for the military lifestyle, allowing you to study on the schedule and at the pace that works for you. Available programs include:

Military spouses of active duty service members may qualify for MyCAA funding, which can completely cover the costs of their training. See if you qualify here. Career Step programs are also approved for Chapter 31 VA Voc Rehab (for disabled veterans) and TA funding (for active duty service members); those interested in these funding sources should call 1-855-261-7366.

We also offer up to 90% off standard tuition prices for all military service members, veterans, spouses, and other dependents who enroll through our academic partner, Fayetteville Technical Community College. By enrolling through FTCC, you can take a Career Step program (normally up to $3,495) for as little as $180. Learn more about these discounts here.

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Get started now by calling our dedicated military Academic Advisors at 1-855-261-7366 today!

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