TINKER AIR FORCE BASE, Okla --
The University Model Working Group, an enterprise-level working group, sought opportunities to innovate, design and deliver training for the Air Force Sustainment Center’s workforce, as part of the Achieving AFSC Strategic Goals and Objectives initiative, in late 2020.
The UMWG solicited educational institutions to award college credits towards degree programs for training completed by Air Force civilians.
Liberty, Park and Phoenix Universities now offer college credits towards associate and bachelor’s degree programs in Criminal Justice or Interdisciplinary Studies to our NDI and SF civilian workforce. Civilians can be awarded up to 24 credit hours depending on the university and degree program if they have completed training identified in the career field’s civilian training plan.
AFSC plans to include additional technical civilian career fields and educational institutions for college credit awarding opportunities. To have the civilian training plan for your career field evaluated, contact Terry Kelley, firstname.lastname@example.org or Rebecca Delgado, email@example.com.
For more information about the free college credits, degrees, or tuition assistance, contact your installation’s education office. Tuition assistance resources are also available on the Air Force Personnel Center website at https://afvec.us.af.mil/afvec/Home.aspx