08.25.2006 12:00 AM
FCC Seeks Applicants for Engineers in Training
Engineering students and recent grads, do you want to work for the FCC?

The commission is seeking applications from engineering school grads with strong academic credentials and an interest in communications engineering and IP networks for its Engineer-in-Training Program to be held during 2006-07.

The FCC will recruit recent engineering school graduates to the commission and provide training in the field of communications. Engineers hired as part of the program will fill positions at FCC headquarters in Washington and at its Gettysburg, Pa., facility, or one of the FCC field offices. Applicants must specify locations for which they wish to be considered.

(Radio World)


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