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The Family Employment Readiness Program (FERP) provides no cost consultations, programs and services to help families in the job search process. Consultants are available to guide spouses and family members on career planning, job seeking and resume writing, as well as to help them prepare for interviews and negotiate offers.

And, don’t forget about volunteering. It is a great way to learn new skills, create important networks and gain experience while contributing to the community.

Spouse Education and Career Opportunities (SECO) consultants provide professional guidance to military spouses on careers, education and training, employment readiness and career connections.

Search for jobs online using the Military Spouse Employment Partnership (MSEP) which connects military spouse-friendly companies with jobs to military spouses seeking employment.

Military Spouse Career Advancement Account (MyCAA) provides financial assistance to eligible spouses pursuing licensure, certification or an associate degree.

Family Employment Readiness Program

Fleet and Family Support Center offers a variety of services if you are looking for a career or simply a temporary job. Learn more about how FERP can help you.

Beginning Your Search: Career Exploration

Wondering where you should start to find a career? Or, perhaps you are ready for a change in your existing career.

Resumes

A resume is the key to obtaining interviews. Fleet and Family Support Centers can help make sure your resume advertises your skills and abilities.

Interviews

The job interview is your opportunity to market yourself and learn more about the position.

Federal Employment

If you are a spouse who meets certain criteria, you may be eligible for non-competitive entry into federal employment or employment placement preference in DoD civilian personnel positions.

Self-Employment

Do you want a job where you can be your own boss, set your own hours, or have the flexibility you need to raise a family and support your Sailor's career?

Volunteerism

Some of the best reasons to volunteer include offering your time to individuals and organizations in need, sharing your skills, connecting with the community and making a difference in someone else’s life. Volunteering is a positive, altruistic act.

Resources

Visit websites that assist you in your job search and career exploration.

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