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   LTC ANDY LAMBERT             MSG WILLIAM CAVE
Professor of Military Science     Senior Instructor
WHAT IS AN OFFICER
WHAT IS AN OFFICER?
The Army’s senior managers,
problem solvers, key influencers
and planners who lead Enlisted
Soldiers in all situations

Opportunities are broad:
  Logistics
  Information Technology
  Medical
  Military Police
  Legal
  Aviation
  Finance
  Intelligence
  Administration
   Experience is immediate and real
    ADVANTAGES OF
  BECOMING AN OFFICER
 A fast-track management opportunity

 Empowerment to succeed

 Development of a unique brand of leadership
  Being able to function effectively when
    under stress

 Strengthen skills that enable you to be
  decisive, tenacious, and bold in actions that
  affect you, your team, and your country
              A Career of Opportunities for
               Professional Development
                      Colonel                      Senior Service
                                  22 years
                    $113,500+                      College
       Lieutenant Colonel
                $94,100+          16 years
                                                        Command and




                                                Gradu
                Major             12 years              General Staff Colleg
             $82,700+




                                                  ate Sc
            Captain
                                   4 years                 Captains Career
           $63,000+
                                                           Course




                                                    hool
   1st Lieutenant
         $47,500+                  2 years

2nd Lieutenant                                               Officer Basic
     $37,300 +                  Commissioning                Course

                            2006 Pay Scale
How Can I become an
     Officer?
                 Basic Course

 MILITARY SCIENCE LEVELS I & II

    No Service Obligations

    Instructions that will benefit you in school, civilian
     occupation, and /or military
        Leadership
        Time Management
        Organizing Tasks

    Opportunities to participate in local and national events, field
     trips, and adventure training

    Opportunities for scholarships
       Tuition and Obligated fees
       $300.00 Stipend for Freshmen
       $350.00 Stipend for Freshmen
       $900.00 a year toward books
          Advanced Course

 MILITARY SCIENCE III & IV

    Committed to joining the Army as a Commissioned Officer
     upon graduation
    - Active Component
    - Reserve/National Guard Component

    Attend a 35 day leadership course in the Summer (Usually
     MSIII)

    Paid a stipend of
     - $450 - Juniors
     - $500 – Seniors

    Plan and conduct training for MS IIIs (Usually MS IVs)
How can I get paid and go
   to school FREE ?
Scholarships

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   How can I get paid and go
      to school FREE ?
    Scholarships

     ARMY ROTC SCHOLARSHIP
tuition & fees
 $900 every year for books
 Monthly stipend ($300,$350,$450,$500)
 Coverage of room & board (>2.5 GPA)
     Scholarship General
          Eligibility
U. S. Citizen
Between 17 and 27 years old
High School Graduate or Equivalent
Minimum Cumulative GPA 2.5
Minimum 920 SAT or 19 ACT
No moral obligations or convictions to
 prevent:
  Supporting & defending the U.S. Constitution
  Conscientiously bearing arms
Satisfactorily explain any arrest and/or
 civil conviction
  MSU Academic Programs
PROGRAMS LEADING TO THE BACHELOR'S DEGREE
                     Accounting
        Architecture & Environmental Design
                       Biology
               Business Administration
                     Chemistry
                 Computer Science
                     Economics
     Elementary Education (Teacher Education)
                       English
                  Engineering, Civil
         Engineering, Electrical & Computer
                Engineering, Industrial
             Family Consumer Science
                      Finance
                      Fine Arts
                  Food & Nutrition
                 Foreign Languages
                  Health Education
MSU Academic Programs
        Cont.
            History and Geography
 Hotel, Restaurant, & Hospitality Management
             Information Systems
                 Management
                   Marketing
                 Mathematics
             Medical Technology
          Mental Health Technology
                     Music
        Philosophy & Religious Studies
              Physical Education
        Physics & Engineering Physics
               Political Science
                  Psychology
                  Social Work
         Sociology and Anthropology
           Speech Communications
             Telecommunications
                 Theater Arts
CSU Academic Programs
       Undergraduate Majors
             Biology
               Chemistry
           Computer Science
            Criminal Justice
       Early Childhood Education
         Elementary Education
                 English
   General Science (Biology Emphasis)
  General Science (Chemistry Emphasis)
             Global Studies
                History
          CSU Academic Programs
                    Undergraduate Majors Continued

                     Interdisciplinary Studies Program
                           Management Science
                         Mathematics (Liberal Arts)
                     Mathematics (Teachers Certification)
                     Nursing (Traditional and RN to BSN)
 Psychology: Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Counseling or Psychological Services
                               Concentrations
          Social Sciences: General, Political Science, and Sociology
                                Social Work
                             Special Education
Sports Management: Sports Medicine, Sports Business, Sports Journalism, Sports
                                 Marketing

                                  Urban Arts
  QUESTIONS/COMMENTS

  For more information visit, call, or write:
             www.armyrotc.com
http://www.rotc.monroe.army.mil/scholarship
           http://www.morgan.edu
  443-885-3264,443-885-3263,443-885-4058
        dmelvin@moac.morgan.edu
       ltclambert@moac.morgan.edu

								
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