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MOAA Spouse Community

MOAA Spouse Programs Overview

With MOAA’s military spouse programs, you get the knowledge, tools and events to help you stay informed and empowered. For more than 80 years, we’ve led advocacy for service members and their families.

Create a Spouse Account

When spouses of members are listed with MOAA, it's a force multiplier. We need every voice to support our troops and families. Plus, members' spouses get access to all MOAA benefits, including career services and benefits experts.

MOAA President's Currently Serving Spouse Advisory Council

Learn more about the Spouse Council. MOAA's Currently Serving Spouse Advisory Council is a diverse group of active duty, National Guard and reserve component spouses.



Military Family Legislative Action Guide

This guide gives you all the information you need to have your voice heard by Congress. (Digital Version Only)



Career Resources for Military Spouses

When I exited the Marine Corps in 2009, I was certain finding employment would be a breeze. I had a degree, seven years of service under my belt, and a willingness to start at the bottom if that’s what it

"Keeping a Career on the Move" Military Spouse Symposium

Please join us for the “Keeping a Career on the Move®” Military Spouse Symposium presented by MOAA Military Family Initiative in partnership with Hiring Our Heroes' Military Spouse Program

MilSpouse Remote Telework Grant Program

Are you expecting a permanent change of duty station (PCS) within the next 3-6 months? Do you also work for a small business? Learn about MOAA's partnership with Microsoft to help on-the-move spouses keep moving professionally with a remote telework grant.


Benefits and Discounts

Benefits & Discounts

Learn more about your MOAA benefits and discounts by clicking a tab above.

Relocation Resources

Relocation (PCS) and deployment are stressful events for every military family. Here are some tools and resources to help you cope with both!



Higher Education Scholarships and Tips for Military Spouses

Scholarships, grants, and other types of financial support are beneficial to military spouses and their families looking to further their education.