A No-cost Education
Use MyCAA to Pay for Programs
Eligible military spouses can receive funding and scholarship assistance through MyCAA. This government aid lets you take most MedCerts programs for no cost to you.
A better future
It starts with your career
MedCerts Education Consultants will help you apply for MyCAA financial assistance and help you jumpstart your career.
Get aid to start a new career
We’re an approved school
If you are the spouse of an Active Duty Service Member, you may be eligible for up to $4,000 of Financial Assistance from the Department of Defense. This scholarship grant is meant to encourage spouses of military personnel to pursue education, training, licenses, certificates and degrees leading to employment in Portable Career fields. MedCerts offers MyCAA Approved programs, all of which can be accessed anywhere, anytime. We specialize in certification programs leading to jobs that are in-demand and portable, both of which are important to military families.
Get a no-cost education
If you are the spouse of an Active Duty Service Member, you may be eligible for up to $4,000 of Financial Assistance from the Department of Defense. This scholarship grant encourages spouses of military personnel to pursue education, training, licenses, certificates, and degrees leading to employment in Portable Career fields. MedCerts offers MyCAA Approved programs, all of which can be accessed anywhere, anytime. Our certification programs lead to jobs that are in-demand and portable, both of which are important to military families.
Am I eligible?
Requirements and Eligibility
If eligible, you can take one of the MedCerts Dual Certification training programs with no out-of-pocket expenses.
You are eliGible for MyCAA if
You are Not eligible for MyCAA if
Spouse of a service member on active duty
Spouse married to service members in pay grades: E-6 and above; W-3 and above; and O-3 and above
Service member is in the pay grades E-1 to E-5, W-1 to W-2, and O-1 to O-2
Spouse is himself or herself an active member of the armed forces on Title 10 orders
Spouse must complete coursework while his or her military sponsor is on Title 10 military orders as reported in DEERS
Spouse is married but legally separated (or under court order or statute of any state or US territory) from a member of the armed forces on Title 10 order
Spouse married to a member of the National Guard and Reserve Components in these same pay grades is also eligible
Spouse is married to a National Guard/Reserve Component military sponsor on Warning Orders/Alert, Post Deployment/Demobilization, or Transition Status
Spouse is married to a member of the National Guard
Spouse is unable to start and complete coursework while his or her military sponsor is on Title 10 orders
How to apply
Set up an appointment with a MedCerts Education Consultant. They will guide you on all the steps of the MyCAA application process.
Open a MyCAA account. A real-time DEERS eligibility check will determine if you are eligible to establish an account. If so, you can open your account online.
You and your Education Consultant will browse and pick the best programs you need to get certified in a high demand career.
Your personal guide
Student Support and Education Consultants help you on your career journey. It’s what our student’s love most about MedCerts.
MedCerts helps spouses explore all career options with tools like career assessments, interest and skills inventories, portable career statistics, and earning potential metrics.
Education and training
Spouses work with MedCerts to create a plan of action that considers financial aid options, education and training program resources, credential information, and, for eligible spouses, MyCAA. MyCAA provides a maximum education benefit of $4,000.
MedCerts helps spouses perfect their resumes and hone their interviewing skills. They also cover job search techniques, relocation planning, and flex-work options.
MedCerts help spouses get the right job in the right career by leveraging existing relationships and resources such as the Military Spouse Employment Partnership (MSEP), usajobs.gov and careeronestop.org