MilSpouse ADU is a free transition, career, and entrepreneurship program customized to meet the unique needs of the individual military spouse from finding her passion to growing her business. The program includes a virtual online training platform: “Dream Job Training” and “Entrepreneurship,” a supportive Facebook group community, one-on-one coaching, meetup groups, and first-rate events with renowned speakers and coaches.
Our Mission Next Program for military spouses is a virtual learning community to give you the resources you need for a successful career, entrepreneurship, or transition out of the military into civilian life.
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