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ROTC Scholarships Requirements - Teen ROTC Program

One of the most exciting times in a young teens life is deciding what career choice to choose. Some have dreamed about being a doctor or architect. Some decide to serve our country by enlisting in the military or navy or air force. One of the choices a teenage girl or boy can do to prepare for a career in the army is to join an ROTC program. ROTC stands for reserve officers training corps.

Many schools will have scholarships available for students who choose to join the program. In order to qualify for a scholarship you must have completed or about to complete the following guidelines. If you are confused you can always visit your schools job counselors office of talk to a military office in your home town.

GoArmy.com has listed what is required in order for someone to apply for a scholarship:

The Army is interested and investing time and money in you, so plan on committing at least 8 years or more in active duty. Joining and ROTC program is your first step in landing a job and career in the Military. The ROTC program teaches young teenagers responsibility, respect and honor.

If you are currently in ROTC and thinking about getting a scholarship within the military, you may want to download the scholarship application here. GoArmy also recommends you create an account in order to view you status and updates online.

They also have useful information about what type of physical requirements are necessary in order to pass the class. Each applicant will need to be able to push ups, curl ups and run one mile in the alloted time. Along with physical activities students will be involved in one elective class along with one lab per each semester. One of the differences from other schools is the hands on field work one will accomplish while in the ROTC program.

If you are a teenager looking to join the Army in the future we highly recommend you apply for a scholarship and complete the program. For more detailed information visit GoArmy.com for information on what you need to do in order to qualify.

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