If you already have a navy rotc scholarship can you transfer it to an air force rotc scholarship?
The best way to get a scholarship is to do very well in school and take up extracurricular activities like newspaper class. You have to do good in school and apply for one. To get a sports scholarship (as for basketball, football, soccer, etc.) you have to excel in your sport in high school an…d do very well if scouts ever come to watch your games. You also have to do well in school. You can also start searching for scholarship available in your state, that are applicable to your area of study.Also to participate on after school programs. You can also call the NCSA scholarship for sports at 888-925-6641 (MORE)
A scholarship is something offered to you at the end of high school or college if you are lucky. It is typically part or complete funding for further study. They are usually funded by some trust or private donation. . Scholarships are usually subject to some sort of test, this could be academic …to attract the best students, financial to allow poorer students to attend a particular college or sporting to get the best (for example) football players to attend a college and play for the team. A grant-in-aid to a student (as by a college or foundation). (MORE)
Many scholarships are based on grades earned in high school. They may also take into consideration activities, such as those that help the community. The way to get one is to make the best grades you can and if activities are considered, participate in ones that scholarships might consider. Other… scholarships are based on athletic accomplishments and may also take into account grades and/or other activities. Athletes are awarded this type of scholarship. For more information, talk to your high school counselor. (MORE)
Reserve Officer Training Corps It trains officer for duty in the Army. Upon graduation from Army ROTC, you will earn the bar of a Second Lieutenant and be commissioned into the Active Army, Army Reserve or Army National Guard. The other branches have their own types: NROTC is Naval Reserve Officer T…raining Corps, which provides both Navy and Marine Corps Reserve Officers. AFROTC is Air Force Reserve Officer Training Crops. NJROTC is Naval Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps, which provides both Navy and Marine Corps Reserve Officers. MCROTC Marine Corps Reserve Officers Training Corps (If you put a "J" it means junior which is high school ROTC) (MORE)
R.O.T.C is a leadership course you take when in high school or college (if available) The program simply teaches ,discipline, moral, dedication, honor in what you do. There is promotion in ranks (army, marines, air force, navy) based on how well you do in the program. Is a requirement to wear …uniform based on which strand u get in NJROTC-navy MCJROTC-marine AJROTC-army AFJROTC -air force It is the abbreviation for Reserve Officer Training Corps. (MORE)
The ROTC is a component of the National Service Training Program inthe Philippines. It stands for Reserve Officers' Training Corps,and its primary purpose is to provide students with militarytraining.
ROTC - the Reserve Officers Training Corps -is the program for training students in American universities, colleges, high schools, and academies to serve as officers in the U.S. armed forces. Since World War II it has provided the majority of active duty and reserve officers, particularly junior …officers, for the armed forces. . For the source and more detailed information concerning this subject, click on the related links section (Answers.com) indicated below. (MORE)
I believe that you are only obligated if they pay for the last two years of college . In my day I could turn down the scholarship after the first two years and not owe anything. They will explain it, if they don't explain it to your satisfaction, ask!
You can become an Air Force pilot through the AFROTC program. The commitment for a pilot is ten years, in contrast to the normal four year commitment.
\nROTC is not in itself a minor. However, you can minor in whatever the main field of your ROTC branch is. For example: if you complete the full curriculum for Army ROTC, you can be eligible for a Military Science Minor, or Aerospace Studies Minor with Air Force ROTC.
I am still trying to figure out how many people apply for Army ROTC scholarships, but I do know that only about 2,000 4-year scholarships are given out each year. There are also 3 and 2-year scholarships given out on college campuses, but the number of those varies.
There are a couple of ways you can join ROTC. One is if you re prior service and you want to do green to gold you can apply for that. Two is a scholarship option. This means you apply online send in SAT and ACT scores and interview and take the presidential fitness test. You can be awarded a three o…f four year scholarship to any university that offers the program. You can also enroll which means you are not on scholarship so you dont have any military obligation afterwards and you PT and take the classes and do everything. If you choose this option by junior year you have to contract which means a military obligation or get out of the program all together. It depends on what your looking for. If you are sure this is what you want go scholarship if you wanna just try it out then sign up for the class and talk to your professor of military science (if Army) and talk about your options in the program. (MORE)
\nGenerally, your commitment to the military is directly proportional with the number of years ROTC pays for your school. If you are awarded a full 4-year scholarship through ROTC, you will owe the military 4 years of active duty service.
The military ROTC scholarships are pretty much the same across the board. The scholarship provides full tuition, lab fees, uniforms and books for the students. It provides a small stipend each month (it was $100 a month when I was in, but I believe it has gone up.) There is also payment during the s…ummer time at half the rate of the O-1. (MORE)
Army ROTC college scholarships provide up to $5000 annually for living expenses, most books & fees and full tuition or room & board
\nYou can pursue any major field of study you want in ROTC. Your major has no affect on what your job in the military will be. My advice is to take the easiest major you have interest in. The higher your GPA, the more likely it is you get the military speciality you want.
No, you do not enlist in the terms of going to a recruiter, however, you are a member of the armed forces and could be given orders. However, college ROTC does require that you sign a contract. Up to the point where you begin your Junior year of classes, you can walk away. If you walk away after tha…t point, the military can require you to serve to pay off your debt to the government. 'Contract' ROTC participants get their last two years of college paid for, in exchange for serving on active duty for four years. I know at least one individual that was denied a commission and had to serve his four years as an enlisted sailor. (MORE)
Yes, according to the website, the scholarship is indeed for students who will attend college during the next school year.
\nI would say getting a DUI/DWI would be the fastest, simplest, and surest way to get kicked out of ROTC.
When I got accepted back in 2002, there was no physical test to get accepted. There was a medical physical, though. Once you are in the program, if you are consistently unable to pass the Navy's PRT (Physical Readiness Test), you will very likely be processed out of the program. The test consists of… a 1.5 mile run, 2 minutes to complete as many sit-ups as you can, and 2 minutes to complete as many push-ups as you can. You must also remain within the Navy's height-weight and body fat standards. (MORE)
The expanded ROTC refers to standardized training of army officersby colleges. ROTC stands for Reserve Officers' Training Corps whichis a program that trains commissioned Armed Forces officers.
ROTC is an abbreviation for the Reserve Officer Training Corps.ROTC is a program in United States colleges and universities thatallows students to complete their degrees while training them to becommissioned officers in the Army, Navy, Air Force and MarineCorps.
Do well in the ACT,SAT and the AFOQT(Air Force officer qualifying test)and do good in the physical fitness test
You are a contracted but non-scholarship smp cadet in army rotc if you quit rotc what happens to you?
i don't know about the non-scholarship part, but if u are in smp you have signed a Contract with the Guard or Reserves, not ROTC. This means if you quit or get kicked out of ROTC you still have an obligation to the army, and from what i understand you will be demoted to privet and will go to basic l…ike everyone else. (MORE)
going into the military as a 2nd lieutenant Becoming a leader and being fit. I'm in NJROTC and it's really helping me build character and learn more about myself. It also looks good if your going to join. the military
If i join the Air Force before going to college will the Air Force supply me with a scholarship and if so how much and do i get to choose wich college?
Well the air force has many college options. You could go to the air force academy for free if you are selected but then you would have to be an officer for at least 6 years afterwards. another way is Air Force ROTC are located all over the U.S. including the university of Illinois. ROTC can get you… a huge scholarship and sometimes can pay full tuition. With your dreams of becoming a pastor, Air Force Chaplaincy is the way to go! The air force can pay for a lot of the tuition if not all of it. (MORE)
It depends on the stipulation of the scholarship. A great deal of scholarships will only award the money by giving a direct check to the university. Make sure to read the fine print in the scholarship's rules and ask the financial aid adviser at your college .
Some do it for the benefits, some for the scholarships/ looks good on a collage application purposes, I took it because I hate gym and wanted something entertaining. In my experience, it was worth the 4 years. It made me physically fit and opened my eyes to the real world. For more info, visit http…s://www.njrotc.navy.mil It may tell you it has a certificate error, but there's nothing to worry about, so just click the "continue to this website" link and you'll be on your way to more info about NJROCT, or "ROTC" as some prefer. (MORE)
No. There is a single Coast Guard JROTC programme, but no collegiate level ROTC programmes. You can receive a commission in the Coast Guard through Navy ROTC, the United States Coast Guard Academy, or you can apply for a direct commission to the Coast Guard from the United States Merchant Marine Aca…demy. (MORE)
No, all ROTC programs at US colleges are for US citizens or permanent residents only. Even if you have family that live in the US you can't join unless you are one of the above. Reason: You have to be a US citizen or immigrant to serve in the US military. Most of the people that join ROTC get subs…tantial financial aid through the program that is only available to American students. Also you are a commissioned officer once you leave and that is pretty much useless to your home countries military. HOWEVER: You can join for the first 2 years if you are a freshman, if you achieve immigration status by then you can continue on with the last 2 years. (MORE)
Navy ROTC is the Reserve Officers Training Corps. It teaches the basic skills to become a commissioned officer in the navy. Terminology, etiquette, formalities are taught. In addition there is strategy and history as well as navigation..
Baylor University currently has one of the longest running Air Force ROTC programs and an Army ROTC program that has been going strong since 2008. Hooah!
Well first off there is no Marine ROTC there is only Navy ROTC with Marine Option the pros are that you are part of "the few, the proud" and you are serving your country and being paid to go to college. The con is that you will be working your head off for all four years of the program and all the y…ears of Obligated Service. (MORE)
Most people start hunting for scholarships around 10th, 11th, or 12th grade in high school. But there are still scholarships offered to college students and graduate students. When you should apply for individual scholarships depends on the deadline for that scholarship. Look at the site listed b…elow under related links. You can sign up for an account and search the scholarship list. All scholarships have different deadlines. (MORE)
Yes it is a great way to recruit people as officers by paying for their education.
you can be married but you cant have any legal obligation to a child so if you are a parent to a child you would have to give up all your legal rights over the child
The united states Army and Navy ROTC scholarships are full rides.The Airforce is the only branch that gives different amounts ofmoney for different levels of academic merit. Army and Navy alsogive whats called a 3 year AD scholarship, which basically meansthat your first year of college none of the …expenses are paid.After the year is over, they evaluate your GPA and if your in goodstanding with the law, full tution coverages begin for the nextthree years of college. (MORE)
If you apply for an ROTC scholarship and get it you go through four yrs of college and they pay for it .. free college with a little pocket money for you every month .. that sounds pretty motivating
If you go to Navy ROTC with Nurse option then it will greatly help you pursue a career as a navy nurse.
The Environmental Studies program requires you to take at least 20 units from a different department as an outside concentration. I have a friend that has an ROTC scholarship and is a Economics major, so I would assume that it is relatively easy to chose any major...
ROTC is the Reserve Officer Training Corps. It is a program provided by military academies. Civil Air Patrol is the congressionally chartered, non-profit Auxiliary to the United States Air Force. They have 2 completely different purposes.
ROTC is the Reserved Officer Training Corps, and yes. The army does have an ROTC. They are based at Universities and go hand in hand with the college education. It's not the only way of achieving officership. There are two other ways and they are OCS (Officer Canidacy School) and Direct Comission.
marine nrotc requires separate applications. You should talk to your local marine recruiter to help you through the process. Im currently trying to apply as well. Along with talking to a recuiter you need high grades, a good pft score, community service etc...
Yes, there is my friend who lives in Hawaii talks about JROTC and ROTC all the time.
Each ROTC Unit can select their own choice of competition air rifles if they are in a match. You will find rifles made by Walther, Feinwerkbau and others. No one rifle is predominate
You can get a scholarship from wiki.answers.com. If you answer 50 questions, and submit an application at wiki.answers .com/static/ scholarship _program.html
Yes, it is possible. I had both, but it all depends on your overall financial situation.
There are usually 3 (well 4 if you count Color Guard separate from drill) teams in the JROTC program. The Raider team is the more physical of the 3. The Raider team does a group run (2-3miles), push-ups and sit-ups (how many you can do in 2minutes), an obstacle course, CCR (cross country rescue), an…d a rope bridge. It's difficult, but fun (well, in my opinion.) (MORE)
if you mean southern methodist university it technically does it is just off campus at university of Texas at Arlington.
Enrolling in the Air Force ROTC provides students the opportunity for improved discipline and physical fitness. It also offers a number of scholarship opportunities to eligible students.