The Army ROTC Program:

The steps to becoming an Army Officer

Male and Females who are interested in becoming an Army Officer, Age 17-34 - Maximum 34 years of age for non-scholarships(exceptions considered)

· ARMY ROTC: 4 Year Scholarships for High School Students

-Between the ages of 17 and 26

· ARMY ROTC: 4 Year Scholarships for College Freshmen

- Between the ages of 17 and 26

· ARMY ROTC: 3 Year Scholarship

- Between ages 17 and 27

· ARMY ROTC: 2 Year Scholarship

- Between ages 17 and 27

The Army ROTC Program: The steps to becoming an Army Officer

Saturday, Dec. 12th, 8pm

This is an online event.

In this webinar, High School and college students will learn how to:

· Get help with college tuition with an Army ROTC Scholarship

· Gain experience and benefits that will last a lifetime

· Gain the respect of your peers and future employers

· Become a Leader that leads by example.

About 2LT Barnwell-Talbot

As a newly commissioned Second Lieutenant, a graduate of Fort Valley State University, and a participant in the Fort Valley State University “ Wildcat Battalion” Army ROTC, I know first hand the experience, knowledge, dedication, benefits and rewards Army ROTC has to offer. “Lead from the Front... Excellence Always!!” Hooah!!