We recognize the sacrifices our servicemen and women make each day. To show our appreciation, U.S. Career Institute offers a 25% tuition discount to all active-duty military and their spouses!*
Wide Range of MyCAA Online Programs
We are an accredited institution approved for VA and MyCAA benefits, so service members and their spouses can get the education they deserve with the benefits and discounts they've earned for their service to our country. A host of degrees in health care, science, business, and other fields are available, along with certification training options like the MyCAA personal trainer certificate program or medical assistant certificate program.
Find the Best MyCAA Programs for Military Spouses
Military spouses are called on to perform above and beyond while their husband or wife is fulfilling their military obligations. MyCAA-accredited online schools are in a unique position to assist military spouses by helping them to advance their careers. To show our appreciation for your sacrifices on behalf of our country, we extend a 25% tuition discount to all active-duty service members and their spouses, as well as honorably discharged and retired veterans and their spouses.*
The Military Spouse Career Advancement Account (MyCAA) program provides you with an incredible opportunity, and we can help you to make the most of it. If you and/or your spouse are interested in studying at your own pace by correspondence or in an online class, U.S. Career Institute is the school for you.
U.S. Career Institute Advantages
All of our MyCAA-approved programs are offered through self-paced distance education. Your program materials are delivered electronically or by mail, and classes are always available online. If you move, your programs will move with you. You can choose from many certificate programs and degree programs.
U.S. Career Institute offers several affordable payment options, including a low first payment and easy monthly payments. We are one of the most convenient MyCAA-approved online schools and offer many incredible benefits.
- Get your certificate in as little as four months.
- Or earn your degree in as little as 16 months.
- There are no classes to attend or schedules to keep. This is true distance learning.
- Study at your own pace, as fast or slow as you wish.
- Start immediately: There's no waiting for classes to form.
- Instructors are available year-round via email, toll-free phone, or fax.
Common Questions About MyCAA
Q. What is MyCAA?
A. The Military Spouse Career Advancement Account (MyCAA) is a workforce development program that provides eligible military spouses with financial assistance for licenses, certifications or associate degrees to pursue an occupation or career field through approved schools like U.S. Career Institute. The program is administered by the Department of Defense through Military OneSource.
Q. Who is eligible for MyCAA funds?
A. Select military spouses of active-duty and active Guard and Reserve service members worldwide can receive up to $4,000 in financial assistance to pay for education in high-growth, in-demand career fields. This includes online career education.
Q. When should I apply?
A. Begin your application process with U.S Career Institute and MyCAA as soon as possible to start training for your new, rewarding career. Whether your goal is to earn a degree in human resources or you want to take part in the MyCAA personal trainer certificate program, U.S Career Institute can help you reach your dreams. Call us toll-free at 866-250-6851 today to get your application started.
A School You Can Trust
For more than 35 years, we have trained thousands of men and women for rewarding, professional careers. We are an accredited member of the Distance Education and Training Council in Washington, DC, and we are proud of our A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau. U.S. Career Institute is approved for military education benefits, including the GI Bill®, and we also accept MyCAA funds for military spouse education assistance. For more information, contact the Department of Veterans Affairs or your military education office.