Great News for Military Spouses
MyCAA Benefit for Military Spouses
Career Technical Institute (CTI) has been approved to train military spouses looking to pursue careers in Healthcare Services, Hospitality, or Information Technology! Military Spouses can now apply for the MyCAA benefit and get up to $4,000 towards their tuition. You may be qualified to receive this benefit if you are a spouse of an active duty service members in pay grades E-1 to E-5, W-1 to W-2, and O-1 to O-2 and on Title 10 military orders. If your military spouse is permanently and totally disabled as the result of an active-duty, armed service-connected disability, you may also be eligible for this benefit.
Career Options for Military Spouses
Qualified military spouses can pursue certificates, certifications, or an AAS Degree with CTI and start a rewarding career as a Medical Assistant, IT Professional, or Hospitality Professional. Statistics from the Bureau of Labor of Statistics show future growth in many of these fields. If you love to travel, you can choose a great career in hospitality and work almost anywhere in the world – hotels, restaurants, or even a cruise ship. Or, if you are interested in a rewarding career in healthcare, you can train to be a medical assistant and work with doctors to help patients. Also, there is steady demand for IT professionals in most industries.
Hands-On Training with Expert Instructors
CTI is a well-established school and has helped thousands of students reach their career goals. CTI offers quality training to give students the knowledge and hands-on practical experience necessary to meet the demands of employers and achieve career advancement. CTI’s expert instructors like to include students in problem-solving and encourage outside-the-box thinking, aiming to create a fun, engaging learning environment. Plus, online training options are available for some programs.
CTI is accredited by the Council on Occupational Education and is a registered school operating under a license from the Washington, DC Education Licensure Commission. It is also approved by the U.S. Department of Education to participate in the Title IV Federal Financial Aid programs. Therefore, qualified military spouses are able to use both the MyCAA benefit as well as federal financial aid towards their education.
Upon program completion, you will have industry-standard skills and knowledge necessary to advance and succeed in a technologically advanced office setting. Plus, you will also have the opportunity to participate in the Career Services Program for job search and placement assistance.
If you are a military spouse, you may be qualified to receive the MyCAA benefit and pursue the career of your dreams. CTI is the perfect place to acheive that goal.
Don’t wait, contact CTI today and start your path to success. Our admissions advisors are on stand-by to answer your questions and help you along in your quest to career advancement.