Navy career information website, Navy.org, has released a new report that discusses the $180,000 in scholarship funds available from the US Navy.
Online PR News – 20-November-2009 – – LA QUINTA, CA – Navy career information website, Navy.org has announced the launch of an exciting new report that discusses $180,000 worth of scholarship funds available to individuals considering joining the Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps (NROTC).
The report asserts that the US Navy continues to seek talented and educated Navy officers and is therefore offering individuals the chance at a once in a lifetime opportunity that guarantees them an enviable education and a secure and stable career in the Navy. The US Navy is offering $180,000 in scholarship funds in order to cover expenses for persons interested in joining the NROTC as a Navy Officer. The funds will cover the student as they work toward their four year degree; extendable to five years for technological majors in fields such as engineering or physics.
The complete report is available online at: http://www.docstoc.com/docs/16028538/Earn-A-180000-Scholarship-With-NROTC
The report has been compiled by leading US Navy jobs and career information advisors, Navy.org. The website is well known for acting as a job board as well as providing invaluable career information to job seekers and Navy career hopefuls.
“Navy.org takes pride in informing our visitors about all the opportunities available to them in order to join the US Navy. The NROTC scholarship is an excellent opportunity for students to combine an education with a promising career in a leading organization and this report throws light on the process so students know what they need to do in order to qualify for the $180,000 scholarship,” says Larry Fowler of Navy.org.
Written by Chris Harmen, a leading a US Army and Navy careers writer, the report gives its readers a detailed yet concise idea of the NROTC scholarship. It details the various steps that an individual must undertake in order to ensure they qualify for this academic and professional opportunity at the US Navy.
The process starts with taking the SAT or ACT, followed by applying to NROTC affiliated colleges and universities. If accepted, the student will be notified by mail and will be put through a physical qualifications test. Once the student satisfies all criteria, the NROTC supports the student through their college years and once the individual graduates, they will be set for a career as a Navy Officer.
“Very few organizations offer scholarships with the promise of job as well. The NROTC scholarship encourages students to pursue their university dreams after which they are guaranteed a job in the US Navy. During these tough times, not too many organizations can provide such a guarantee but the US Navy can.” concludes Fowler.
Navy.org is a recruitment and careers website for the US Navy. In addition to providing valuable Navy career advice, the site provides information about career opportunities in the Navy and features job openings in a variety of fields within the Navy. Information about Navy enlistment is also available.