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What does MyCAA Cover and Pay for?

MyCAA provides up to $4,000 so that military spouses can pursue the associate degree, certificate, licenses or certifications that provide them with in-demand skills in portable careers. It's important to understand what MyCAA can be used to pay for so that you can plan ahead. 

What does MyCAA pay for?

MyCAA pays for the tuition costs for training courses, examinations and related educational expenses necessary to obtain an associate degree, a certification or license at a technical/vocational school, college or university. Services from approved testing organizations that expand portable employment or career opportunities for military spouses are also covered. 

What does MyCAA not pay for? 

If you are wondering "what does MyCAA not cover?" you are not alone. The following list is not comprehensive but does give you an idea of what MyCAA won't pay for:

For more information about using your MyCAA scholarship to pay for your job training, schedule an appointment with one of our Education Consultants. We'll help you determine your eligibility and assist with developing your education and training plan.

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Jasmine Harris

I am a talker, critic, data analyst, Detroit-native and blog manager here at MedCerts. I blog to help people find answers, embrace change, and improve their lives. I write to encourage people to set goals and to motivate them to reach those goals. I love books, fashion and food — and not necessarily in that order.

Written March 30, 2018

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