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Department of the Air Force
Spouse Employment, Training and Careers
Airman and Family Readiness Center
5837 D Avenue
Hill AFB, UT 84056-5720
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.
Finding employment opportunities is one of the biggest challenges facing any relocating family. The Airman & Family Readiness Center offers many resources to assist families that have recently relocated. The Discovery Center helps customers find jobs they are looking for by providing computers with free internet access and WI-FI capabilities. We also offer a wide variety of references and material, including a small library with various books and topics to assist in building resumes, interviewing for jobs, job searching and networking. The A&FRC can also provide resources from State, Local Government, civilian sector, NAF, AAFES, local base contractors and Federal Jobs in and around Hill AFB.
The Air Force Spouse Re-licensure Reimbursement Program provides financial relief up to $1000 to Airmen whose spouse must transfer state occupational licenses or certifications during a PCS authenticated on or after December 12, 2017. The state of Utah also offers military spouses license reciprocity, which allows an exemption for military spouses stationed in Utah from needing a State of Utah issued occupational or professional license to be employed in the state- provided you maintain a valid license in another state. For more information, contact A&FRC or visit https://dopl.utah.gov/military.html
Military Spouse Employment Partnership (MSEP) partners with hundreds of local, national and international businesses to support military spouses with their job search, education, training and certifications, as well as provide one on one career coach support. Visit https://myseco.militaryonesource.mil/portal/msep/jobsearch for more information, or contact A&FRC.
The Utah Department of Work Force Services is available to assist with navigating the state website and job board. Their services include job searching, networking, and resume assistance. They can also provide individual assistance for their online application process. To find a work force service office please log on to America's Service Locator and type in the zip code. The department of Workforce Services is available to meet on a daily basis for veterans, separates or retirees from the military.
For personal assistance contact the Spouse Employment or Transition Assistance Program in the Airman and Family Readiness Center at 801-777-4681 or DSN 312-777-4681. Counselors within these given programs can schedule one-on-one appointments for resume reviews, suggest classes or workshops that help the job application process, explain Military Spouse Preference, assist with licensure/certification needs, analyzing job search efforts or determining strengths and weakness in the overall assessment ratings. The A&FRC staff are eager to assist military families and spouses with their employment needs.
The My Career Advancement Account Scholarship is a workforce development program that provides eligible military spouses with financial assistance for licenses, certifications or associate degrees to pursue an occupation or career field. For information on MyCAA please visit https://mycaa.militaryonesource.mil.
Unemployment compensation may be available for the spouse of a newly assigned military member or civilian employee. For more information contact Utah's Department of Workforce Services at 801-526-9675, via email at email@example.com or on their website: https://jobs.utah.gov/.
Unemployment rate is for Utah can be found on the Utah Government website. If you would like more information about employment in Utah, please log onto the Utah Government website, click on Employment. Unemployment compensation may be available for the spouse of a newly assigned military member or civilian employee. For more information contact Utah's Department of Workforce Services at 801-526-9675. According to the most recent census which was taken in 2020, Utah's median household income was $74,197, compared to the median US household income at the time, this was $6,676 higher than the national average.Base Services: