MilSpouseFest returned to Texas for another sold-out week of events for military spouses and family members. Presented by USAA, the events featured engaging speakers, numerous resource exhibitors, laughs with military spouse comedian Ashley Gutermuth, amazing food, and networking opportunities.
By: Mary Lane Montoya On April 19, 2023, at MilSpouseFest D.C. Area AFTER HOURS while hundreds of military spouses looked on, MilSpouseFest and Military Spouse
If you are the parent of a young person who has recently come out as gay, nonbinary, queer, trans, or the term of their choice, then this is for you.
Even with all the resources available, the spouse unemployment rate is four to six times the national average, and many barriers keep military spouses from finding their place in the job world.
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