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  • A half-century of service

    JOINT BASE SAN ANTONIO-RANDOLPH, Texas – It was 1965 and she was in her early 20’s working as a city employee in the welfare department when she saw an opportunity to work for the federal government as an Air Force civilian.During that time, Mary O. Price saw limited options for women in the workplace; but several months
  • Autism at Work brings civilian opportunities to individuals on the spectrum

    The Autism at Work program, a collaboration between the Air Force Materiel Command and Wright State University, offers students and recent graduates with a diagnosis on the autism spectrum the opportunity to participate in paid, one-year internships as Air Force civilians. The program provides the interns not only real-world job experiences as Air Force civilians, but it also offers them the opportunity to learn and practice soft skills such as business etiquette and communication under a team of mentors dedicated to helping them achieve success in the internship and beyond.
  • Civilian finds career, family at AFMC

    It is one thing to love a job and career, but when peace, comfort and a sense of home can be found in the workplace, heading to work even on the worst of days is much easier. For one Air Force Materiel Command civilian, the Air Force provided her not only with a career but the chance to grow and nurture her work family, as well as her own.
  • Premier College Interns immerse into Air Force mission

    JOINT BASE SAN ANTONIO-RANDOLPH, Texas -- The Air Force’s Personnel Center hosted its first of four 2019 Premier College Intern Program symposiums in San Antonio, Texas, May 29-31 with more than 60 interns attending.The 12-week paid intern program is designed to attract full time college students who are seeking a career in
  • Air Force Civilian Service seeks skilled employees

    Air Force Civilian Service plans on hosting more than 80 job fairs across the United States during fiscal year 2019 and anticipates adding more than 3,000 qualified civilians to the Air Force workforce.
  • Air Force Civilian Service seeks talent through virtual hiring events

    JOINT BASE SAN ANTONIO-RANDOLPH, Texas -- The Air Force Civilian Service’s Talent Acquisition Division at the Air Force’s Personnel Center hosted an online virtual hiring event April 10 supporting Air Force Materiel Command’s recruiting efforts. Although virtual hiring events aren’t new for the AFPC Talent Acquisition team,
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