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The new 107th recruiter Tech. Sgt. Krystalore Stegner just completed the challenging Air National Guard’s Recruiting School, and is now looking to fill the many part-time job openings within the 107th Airlift Wing.(U.S. Air Force Photo by Senior Master Sgt. Ray Lloyd)

The new 107th recruiter Tech. Sgt. Krystalore Stegner just completed the challenging Air National Guard’s Recruiting School, and is now looking to fill the many part-time job openings within the 107th Airlift Wing.(U.S. Air Force Photo by Senior Master Sgt. Ray Lloyd)

Tech. Sgt. Krystalore Stegner congratulates her first recruit, Jason Babirad. He is going into Fire Protection; his first step of his long career with the 107th Airlift Wing. April 26, 2012 (U.S. Air Force Photo by Senior Master Sgt. Ray Lloyd)

Tech. Sgt. Krystalore Stegner congratulates her first recruit, Jason Babirad. He is going into Fire Protection; his first step of his long career with the 107th Airlift Wing. April 26, 2012 (U.S. Air Force Photo by Senior Master Sgt. Ray Lloyd)

Niagara Falls Reserve Station -- The new 107th recruiter Tech. Sgt. Krystalore Stegner just completed the challenging Air National Guard's Recruiting School, and is now looking to fill the many part-time job openings within the 107th Airlift Wing.

Tech. Sgt Stegner cross trained from the Communications Flight this past year to be a recruiter. She has been with the unit for ten years and has her Masters Degree in Business.

"I believe Tech. Sgt. Stegner will be a perfect fit as our Recruiter. Her personal and organizational skills, her work ethic, and her MBA Degree would aid in the daunting tasks that today's Recruiters face." said Chief Master Sgt. David Wohleben, 107th AW Command Chief.

The 107th has many opportunities for young people get real world work experience and also help pay for their college education. There are several vacancies waiting to be filled.

"The Air National Guard is an excellent opportunity for you to achieve your future plans and goals. During these tough economic times, it is imperative for you to grow as an individual and market yourself by finding your upmost potential by joining the 107th Airlift Wing's family," said TSgt Stegner.

Make your career move today and contact the 107th Airlift Wing's Recruiting Office at 716-236-3085 for more information on a great part time job.