A Chance to Share Your Experiences and Thoughts

Are you a military spouse who works (or wants to work) in a field that requires licensing or certification?  Have you run into obstacles due to your moves and different state requirements?  The Office of the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Military Community and Family Policy is soliciting your thoughts on this subject.  The conversation is happening at their Facebook page, so please chime in.  The more we share, the better the chance that these issues will be addressed.  Reading other people’s response has been very interesting to me.

Please note this bit at the bottom:  “Please note, however, that because we work on state policy, we are not in a position to address individual licensing problems or questions about programs such as MyCAA, so we ask that you not discuss those items here. Thank you.”

Photo by:  Plutor

About She of the Sea

Oh dear - SpouseBUZZ wants a bio from me. I hate writing bios! What do you want to know? I'm a Navy wife and have been for something less than 20 years. I have four daughters who are approaching the teenage years faster than I can drink a Diet Coke. I love writing for SpouseBUZZ because I know that someone out there understands whatever it is I am saying. I also write about money at The Paycheck Chronicles and I am studying for the Certified Financial Planner exam. This year, I have managed to avoid most of my usual volunteer responsibilities (Girl Scouts, PTO, church, etc.) so that I can focus on helping out at the Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society. It also allows me to make decent but unappreciated dinners and keep relatively up on the laundry.

Still haven't learned to get Christmas cards out on time, though.


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