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NMFA awards can be used for a variety of educational and employment pursuits. Scholarship funds on average are $500-$1,000 and can be used towards degrees, certifications, licensure, clinical supervision for mental health licensure, CEUs, business expenses and more! Any spouse eligible to hold a military ID is eligible. Applications are now open!
Military spouses registered with NMFA get 70% off a one-year subscription to FlexJobs job listing service
Develop a portable career in real estate with generous funding from Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices PenFed Realty
Military spouses can use Simplilearn to further their professional knowledge and get ahead in their careers through online training
ThanksUSA scholarships are valued at up to $3,000 per student. ThanksUSA reserves one scholarship exclusively for spouses registered with NMFA.
Scholarships for spouses of active duty service members of all branches, including 100% tuition assistance plus the cost of a certification exam
World Education organization provides partial scholarships for career training programs in many disciplines to qualified military spouses
Military spouses are eligble to apply for Accredited Financial Counselor® (AFC) certification through AFCPE® courtesy the FINRA Fellowship Program
If you are you accepted or enrolled in a diploma, associate, baccalaureate, or graduate nursing program at an accredited U.S. school you can apply to receive funding for tuition, fees, and other educational costs in exchange for working at an eligible NURSE Corps site upon graduation.
The Indian Health Service (IHS) offers three different scholarships for American Indian and Alaska Native students in order to educate and train health professionals to staff Indian health programs. Military spouses are eligible to apply as long as they meet all the eligibility requirements.
“My professional goal is to become a school administrator with a clinical background to enhance curricular and therapeutic programs for students with special needs. The scholarship money is helping me offset the tuition costs for my doctorate degree in occupational therapy.”
“My overall goal is to be a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor (LCPC) and to continue working as a Mental Health Therapist. I enjoy working with children, adolescents, and adults with mental health and behavioral problems. Although sometimes this work can be tough, I continue to do it because I believe that they can change and become the person that they can be. Receiving this scholarship has helped me accomplish my goals but also helps me to have an impact on my clients and the community.”
To address military spouses’ unique combination of work-life interests and priorities, the Department of Defense (DoD) has established a comprehensive, holistic, spouse-centered program called SECO: Spouse Education and Career Opportunities. It is part of DoD’s commitment to overall spouse health and well-being.Learn More
Scholarships for Service is a free public resource for students of families with a military service background to search and access thousands of scholarship options. Every scholarship listed here is specifically tailored for active, guard and reserve military, Veterans, retired personnel or their families.Learn More