Air Force Civilian Cooperative Work-Study
Sponsored by: Air Force Civilian Cooperative Work-Study Programs
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Applicant must be a college student preparing for a career in engineering, physical/life sciences, or other technical fields and enrolled in either an associate or bachelor's degree curriculum adapted to a cooperative work-study program that has a formal arrangement with the Air Force.
Requirements for the Air Force Civilian Cooperative Work-Study
General Physical Sciences
Cooperative Work-Study Program
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