The hybrid nature of this year’s PCIP event has reduced the number of regional symposiums from four to two, which will be held at Wright-Patterson and Joint Base San Antonio, Texas. AFMC will provide mentors and senior leader briefers to assist with the virtual internship, with Wright-Patterson assuming the lead as the site which benefits most by receiving the largest number of recruits to Air Force service.
Since the focus will go from in-person to virtual, AFPC has formed an alliance with Air University to ensure the PCIPs have a valuable internship experience. The six-week hybrid virtual program, with a possible one-week in residence period, has been paired with a three-day symposium. “My Fit,” ”My Air Force” and “My Career” topics direct each day’s activities toward meaningful interaction.
“While the internship is virtual, the supervisor-PCIP relationship will still play a pivotal role for the intern’s experience with the Air Force and our ability to test-drive future talent,” said Snodgrass.
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