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United States Army Warrant Officers Association ScholarshipPosted By: Veteran and Military Affairs, February 17, 2015The United States Army Warrant Officers Association Scholarship Foundation was incorporated in March 2003 and received Non-Profit status under 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code in July 2003. The United States Army Warrant Officers Association Scholarship Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing supporting to the membership and their families by providing them with the opportunity to apply for financial assistance in gaining various levels of formal higher education.
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UA Marketing Work StudyPosted By: Veteran and Military Affairs, February 12, 2015Work Study at UA! The Office of Veteran and Military Affairs is looking for a Marketing Coordination for the Spring semester. If you are interested the application is due February 25th at 5:00PM. For the application and more information visit: https://universityofalabama.az1.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_5AWcdNdEVTvgNnv
VA Work Study Job for VeteransPosted By: Veteran and Military Affairs, February 12, 2015Work Study Job at VA! The Electrical Section Supervisor here at the VA is looking for a Vet Work Study Student to help out in the Electrical Shop. Do you have someone who may be interested in the following duties below:
Vet Work Study for Electrical/Electronic Section in Engineering Service
The individual will perform duties such as:
1) Assist Electricians and Electronics Mechanic with completing work orders or with moving items, cleaning fixtures, holding ladders and safeguarding tools and equipment while journeymen are performing complex or simple tasks.
2) Remove, replace and/or dispose of light bulbs of simple complexity.
3) Must use common hand tools of the Electrical/Electronic Section.
4) Assist Electricians and Electronics Mechanic with a variety of simple and less complex tasks.
Must possess necessary communication skills in order to communicate with customers and co-workers. Must have the knowledge and ability to use common hand tools of the electrical trade.
Physical effort of this position may require occasional lifting of objects weighing 20 - 40 lbs. or more. Requires bending, standing, stretching for long periods of time and may be required to work off ladders and scaffolds.
This work is done inside and outside and is usually dirty, dusty, and greasy. For More Information contact Tawanya.Moss@va.gov.