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Things to consider before you join the ROTC


Tuesday, October 11, 2011
Enrolling in a college military program is a big commitment, which will continue well after your four years of college are over. Consequently, you will want to give some serious thought to what may be a major life decision.

First, you should consider some of the benefits that accompany the Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC). According to ROTC.com, you can receive financial help to cover your college tuition costs, textbooks and other school fees.

As a member of the military, you will also gain experience that will serve you in your future career. ROTC fosters leadership skills, as members learn first-hand what it means to be in charge of others.

Mapping Your Future, a public service college and career resource, provides a few tips for anybody who is thinking about joining the armed forces. While ROTC members do not serve active duty until graduating from college, these tips can apply to you as well. For instance, is there anybody in your life who has served in the military? If the answer is yes, you should talk to him or her about the branch they were a part of and learn what the experience was like.

ROTC requires extensive physical activity and training. Be honest with yourself and identify any physical limitations you may have before applying to college military programsADNFCR-16000756-ID-800616527-ADNFCR

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