October 15, 2010 | | Leave a comment Stay-at-home moms and working professionals aren't the only ones who can benefit from a flexible class schedule. Online colleges are beginning to develop programs to help soldiers' spouses finish their schooling and obtain degrees while their loved ones are abroad. Relocation can often disrupt a military spouse's career path and make it difficult to find a steady job. Ashworth College will be re-launching the federal Military Spouse Career Advancement Account (MyCAA) program within the next two weeks to help individuals further their career training. "Online programs are ideal for military spouses, giving them the flexibility they need to become successful students," said Leslie Gargiulo, the vice president of education at Ashworth. "Because all of Ashworth's programs are nationally accredited and our instructors are working professionals, spouses are assured to get the quality education they deserve." The MyCAA program initially began in 2009. It was paused at the beginning of this year for modifications, but saw success when it first began. Nearly 133,000 military spouses sought training, according to the Department of Defense. Online programs now offer individuals more opportunities to build better careers and lives for their families.