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In the News
Part-time employment for around 88K military spouses presents challenges: low pay, limited opportunities for career advancement
About 21% of the nation’s roughly 540,000 civilian military spouses are unemployed, according to the U.S Chamber of Commerce Foundation and Blue Star Families — making them one of the highest unemployed demographics in the United States.
On December 13th, we joined Maryland Governor Wes Moore, Lieutenant Governor Aruna Miller, and Maryland First Lady Dawn Moore to declare 2024 the ‘Year for Military Families.’
Secretary of Defense Lloyd J. Austin III thanked members of Blue Star Families for their service and sacrifice and that of their men and women in uniform.
Two of the nation’s largest nonprofits supporting military families have joined forces to provide newly relocated LGBTQ military youth and their families safe meeting spaces, fun activities and vital resources about affirming services available across the district.
Volunteers and staff with the Tampa chapter of the nonprofit Blue Star Families will give out 300 holiday meals on Wednesday morning during their Nourish the Service holiday giveaway.
Service members around the country can struggle to make ends meet, but for those stationed in New York, the cost of living can make things even harder, particularly around the holidays. To help local service members stationed at Fort Wadsworth, local officials have announced new initiatives in recent weeks, including a holiday winter drive organized by Borough President Vito Fossella.
The halls of the United States Sports Academy echoed with holiday cheer as the university hosted a group students from the Callahan Regional School for the Deaf and Blind for a Christmas party. The students from Mobile, Ala., were greeted by USSA artist in residence Nancy Raia, who treated them to a campus art tour, holiday-themed art activities, Christmas caroling…
After being among more than 21.5 million victims of a massive data breach affecting the Office of Personnel Management in 2015, Navy reservist Jeff Chin had to deal with massive, long-term headaches. His social security number was used to create fake IDs and open accounts in his name, which affected his credit score. His daughter, a minor at the time…
A+E Networks’ Lifetime this year gave 11 military spouses this year’s “Gift of a Lifetime,” treating them to a day of pampering and glamor. Gift of a Lifetime is the network’s annual initiative that picks a single deserving woman and thanks her for her selflessness during the year. This year, working with the nonprofit Blue Star Families and DirecTV, a…
Emmalee Gruesen considers herself a “a unicorn” among military spouses working for the federal government. She’s been able to keep steady employment as a program analyst with the Navy over the last eight years despite four moves with her husband, a naval officer.
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