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United States Air Force
Airman and Family Readiness Center 17 FSS/FSFR
171 Valiant Street Building 145
GAFB, TX 76908-4402
It’s likely that employment will change when a move occurs, especially for military spouses. The information below will provide you with employment assistance information and resources available such as SECO, MyCAA and MSEP Portals.
Prior to arrival at Goodfellow AFB you can begin your job search. A good source of information is http://www.workintexas.com . You can search for jobs by “type” and “location”. Other good websites for employment are:
The Airman & Family Readiness Center (A&FRC) can assist with your job search by: creating/reviewing resumes, data on area employers, job referral information, internet access and assistance, vocational interest inventory, resource library. Individual appointments are available on request. Contact the A&FRC at (325) 654-3893.
Be sure to hand carry all employment records and documents, resumes, SF 171, SF 50, latest performance appraisal, transcripts, certificates and licenses.
The Transition Assistance Program (TAP) provides pre-separation counseling, which is mandatory for military members, monthly TAP seminars and access to the transition bulletin board. Further information can be obtained at:
Education opportunities exist for spouses from a number of agencies/organizations. Educational institutions located near military installations usually offer some type of scholarship/grant for spouses. The starting point is the Base Education Office and the Airman & Family Readiness Center (A&FRC). Information is also available on the Military One Source website: https://mycaa.militaryonesource.mil/mycaa/ .
Goodfellow AFB Education Office: (325) 654-5923
A&FRC: (325) 654-3893
Unemployment compensation may be available for the spouse of a newly assigned military member or civilian employee; for additional information visit https://www.twc.texas.gov/jobseekers/unemployment-benefits-services. Please remember Unemployment is a state benefit and may require you to contact your previous employment state.