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Old 03-12-2009, 02:19 PM
robssa robssa is offline
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Default AVOTEC Program

For anyone not familiar with the AVOTEC Program, it's an educational pilot program that expands technical training opportunities for active-duty soldiers seeking high-demand careers after they transition out of the Army. It provides up to $4,500 annually per person to fund the vocational and technical education of all eligible soldiers, including those in the National Guard and Reserves on extended active duty.

I work with [URL=""]The Refrigeration School, Inc.[/URL], which provides HVAC training in Arizona and we're the first in the state to be approved to participate in AVOTEC Program. That's how I heard about it.
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