Quick Reference Guide

This page will link you to quick reference tips on the main process questions asked about the SECO program's My Career Advancement Account (or MyCAA) scholarship.

Education and Training Plan Guidelines
  • This page will detail what information a military spouse needs to provide in their MyCAA account to start the approval process.

Education & Training Plans vs. Individual Career Plans
  • Are military spouses asking what an Individual Career Plan is or asking you for additional documentation? Spouse Education & Career Opportunities processes such as intake and the Individual Career Plans were covered in orientation as the responsibility of the military spouse and Spouse Education & Career Opportunities Career Coach.

  • The My Career Advancement Account Scholarship is just one of the many benefits military spouses are getting with the Spouse Education & Career Opportunities program. Before accessing the scholarship, we want them to connect with us, and this is accomplished through the intake process

My Career Advancement Account Scholarship Spouse Terms and Conditions
  • These terms can be viewed with military spouse students at your school as a reminder. These are the terms that govern all My Career Advancement Account Scholarship accounts which eligible spouses must read and agree to when they create a My Career Advancement Account Scholarship account as well as with each FA application.

Top Things to Remember for Invoicing and Payment
  • This document highlights the process organizations and schools must follow to receive funds.

Top Things to Remember for Refunds
  • This document highlights the process organizations and schools must follow to return funds.

Helpful Tips to Know About Grades and Program Completions
  • This document highlights what organizations and schools must know about grades and program completion data.

Submit scholarships or financial assistance resource for consideration via My Spouse Education & Career Opportunities and support military spouses' opportunities for education and career development.

Before you fill out the form, we suggest you have the following information available:

  1. The name of the scholarship or grant

  2. Website and how to get an application

  3. Funding amount

  4. Application period

  5. What applicable degree types can apply

  6. Who is eligible

  7. Point of contact information for questions

Did these quick reference pages not answer your question?

Try the Frequently Asked Questions or FAQs document for more details:for Schools or for Spouses