Polk military spouse works to find jobs for others in community
By VIVIAN LOPEZ
Editor’s note: In honor of Women’s History Month in March, the Guardian features a series highlighting the careers of accomplished women that work and serve at the Joint Readiness Training Center and Fort Polk.
FORT POLK, La. — Stacey Delgado knows from personal experience how difficult it can be for military spouses to find a job and get their careers started.
“I’m a military spouse,” Delgado said. “I know what it feels like to move from installation to installation and have to get a job every time you show up, never knowing what your budget is going to be and how much you’re going to get paid and if it’s going to be enough to pay the bills.”
Delgado is the Fort Polk Army Community Service Employment Readiness Program manager.
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