Air Force Aid Spouse Employment Program Grant
Being a military spouse is never easy. When military spouses are trying to find a job or get an education, it can be even harder, especially if they move frequently or don’t have the money for tuition.
That’s why the Air Force Aid Spouse Employment Program Grant helps fund the education of 8-10 military spouses each year. The Airman and Family Readiness Center at Hill Air Force Base makes it possible for students to get an education and avoid crushing student debt. Students can choose any program that leads to certification, and many choose DATC because of its variety in programs and available externships.
Military spouses can apply in February and March of each year. To read more about the program, visit http://www.hilltoptimes.com/content/air-force-aid-spouse-employment-program-grant. For more information about applying for the program, contact the Airman Family and Readiness Center at 801-777-4681.