Transition and Careers
MOAA provides its members and their spouses with a wealth of
military focused information, services, and resources for career transition.
Whether you are transitioning to a civilian career from the military or moving
from one career field to another, we are here to help.
Military Executive Transition Program
The Military Executive Transition (MET) Program is an exclusive
one-day workshop that focuses on key aspects of a successful
military-to-civilian transition for senior military leaders.
Connect Your Way to a Post-Military Career
Veterans don't have to fly solo on their journey to post-military career success. Tap into the network of established career coaches you've been developing without even knowing it.
MOAA offers expert financial guidance and advice - whether you're considering buying a home, researching retirement planning, or confused by all the different insurance products out there - we can help.
MOAA's Financial Frontlines blog offers you timely advice on smart money moves, common investment pitfalls, college planning for kids, estate and insurance planning, maximizing your military benefits, and more.
Whether it is a condo, townhouse, duplex or single family home,
real estate is typically the largest single investment most Americans make
during their lifetime. While the joys of homeownership are many, the buying and
selling process can be stressful and fraught with hidden pitfalls.
Use this calculator if you are retiring or
leaving the service to help you determine how much civilian pay would be
required to match your existing military take home pay.
Financial Planning Guide
Whether you're debating the merits of a career-starter loan or shopping for annuities, MOAA wants to help make these financial decisions easier for you to understand.
Our military and our families need a formidable organization to champion their interests and protect their earned benefits on Capitol Hill. MOAA is the proven leader with experience to navigate the legislative environment. Watch our video and help make a difference in the lives of those who serve. Together, we can make a greater impact for those currently serving, those who have served, and their families.