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K-12 and College Education

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Meeting education goals can pose unique challenges for military families.  Fortunately programs are available to help you plan, manage, and finance your family's education, including the Department of Defense Education Activity.  Use these resources, tools, and articles as you invest in your family's future.


The Latest - Military Extension Internship Program If you are a recent college graduate looking for a meaningful career working with children and teens, the Military Extension Internship Program may be for you. Spend 10 to 15 weeks as an intern working directly with children from pre-school age through early teens in a variety of settings.

Young girl writing in a classroom When military families are happy and successful, service members are as well. Parents want to provide a smooth transition from one school system to another, but often they are concerned their children will not be enrolled in the classes they need, be allowed to play their favorite sports or even graduate on time. The Interstate Compact on Educational Opportunity for Military Children is designed to eliminate these concerns.




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