Sunday, July 25, 2010

The best online school for a military wife

This is a Sponsored Post written by me on behalf of Ashworth College. All opinions are 100% mine.

It's a tough job being a military wife, we constantly move a lot and transfer to other places. There are many things that we experience on our daily life. My husband just came back from his deployment in Afghanistan, I was left with my two kids. I became independent, I did things that I didnt know I'm capable of doing.

There are also advantages of being a military family, aside from it's job stability and good benefits. I had the opportunity of studying online, through a scholarship given to  us, it was such a big blessing.
As of now, there are 4,000,000 students taking online classes, it is very convenient especially if you have kids. You can do your school work at home, thus, thus cutting the cost of childcare and commuting to a regular school.
Ashworth College is named the 2010 GI Jobs military friendly school , they offer more than 100 + accredited career diploma, Associate Degree, Bachelor's Degree and many more. Plus, you don't have to worry about PSC'ing because all their classes are online, so you can take it with you everywhere. They participate in Military benefits and educational programs: DANTES, Service members Opportunity Colleges (SOC) , A.C.E. ,GI Bill, MyCAA .  I got my scholarship through MyCAA by the way, which was very easy to apply, and they approve me quickly. I dont have to worry about paying it back, it is absolutely free for active military spouses, if you qualify. Ashworth College offers, affordable tuition fee and zero interest payment scheme, there are no entrance exam to be accepted. They are  very military friendly school.

If you are a military wife, who is looking for a portable career, or a work at home job, then grab this opportunity to study, then choose a school that will cater to your needs . In this economic down turn, we all need to help out, to provide extra income to our family and taking extra step, will contribute to our families. My husband's paycheck is not a lot, that's why I have been working to help out with our expenses.



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2 comments:

Mel Avila Alarilla said...

Yes, it is still practical to enroll at an online school for military wives. It is time well worth spending on. Thanks for the post. God bless you all always.

sf said...

Personally the thing which i like most about online learning is its low cost anyone can easily afford it.
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