Solanics went on to explain that joining JFC can be an overall positive experience.
“Personally, I have greatly benefited from my three years with JFC. I have fostered relationships that have added value to my life, professionally and socially,” said Solanics.
Getting to know others in the Wright-Patt community can benefit an individual both professionally and personally.
“Networking within the community helps newcomers feel connected to the mission of supporting our warfighters and see the impact they are making every day at work. Wright-Patt is a very special place, and we want everyone to show up each day and feel connected, to feel important, and to feel like they belong,” said Solanics.
The JFC hosts most events outside of work hours so people from all over the base can get together.
“Sometimes, it is hard to get out of the niche of our office. JFC events help introduce you to others you would not know – whether it be fostering new friendships or opportunities for mentoring,” said Solanics.
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