Staffing company CDI said yesterday it will provide design help to Boeing using Drexel University engineering students. CDI said part of the agreement calls for the companies to work with Drexel students who will alternate between classroom study and full-time employment. CDI said the design center would work on programs including the CH-47 military helicopter, the V-22 Osprey aircraft and the 787. It said the design center would work on completing jobs such as structural designs and stress analysis.

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