Careers & Jobs
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The Army offers a variety of services that can help your family adjust to military life, including relocation services, family advocacy, counseling, money management and legal assistance. Click here for more information.

Find answers to your most pressing questions about how your family will be able to adapt to military life.

Military OneSource

Military OneSource is provided by the Department of Defense at no cost to Active Duty, National Guard, and Army Reserve service members (regardless of activation status), and their families. It is a virtual extension of installation services. Visit Military OneSource today or call 800-342-9647.

Morale, Wellness and Recreation (MWR)

Family and MWR helps increase the quality life of military families by providing recreational programs and activities.

Army Career & Alumni Program (ACAP)

The Army Career and Alumni Program provides career-counseling services to Army personnel transitioning from active service. Career counselors assess Soldiers' individual career skills and help them set and reach career goals. To learn more about ACAP, click here.

Post 9/11 GI Bill

The Post 9/11 GI Bill is an education benefit program for Soldiers who served on Active Duty after September 10, 2001. The bill provides qualified Soldiers with college tuition assistance, housing allowances, and other services and benefits. Visit for more information about the program, or click here to learn about other education benefits available to Soldiers.

Workforce Investment Act

You may be eligible for training and other help under the federal Workforce Investment Act (WIA). Although they receive funding from the federal government, most WIA training programs are developed by individual states. As a result, WIA programs vary from state to state. If you are not leaving Active Duty with a service-related disability, contact your state employment services office about eligibility and application procedures before you leave military service. For more information, visit

United States Army Civilian Jobs

You can use your military experience to continue your service to the military as a civilian. Click here to learn more.