The Army has awarded Joshua Han, a senior at Shadow Ridge High School, a $45,000 scholarship to attend UNLV and join the Army Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (ROTC). For four years, the scholarship money will pay for living expenses, books, and tuition. Han will be qualified to continue receiving the scholarship for a fifth year, which is how long it takes to finish a technical degree in nursing.
The Shadow Ridge (ROTC) offers scholarships and stipends to help students pursue their college degrees without worrying about how they will pay for it. For students, there are numerous scholarship options, including those for high school students, college students, and others.
The Scholarship’s details
For high school students who plan to attend college or who are currently enrolled in one, Army ROTC scholarships are available. Scholarships are given out based on an applicant’s academic record and merit, not their need for money. Additionally offering monthly living expenses for each academic year, Army ROTC scholarships also include:
1. Total-tuition bursaries.
2. Fee reimbursements.
3. But if you are eligible, you will have the choice of paying room and board instead of tuition.
4. Depending on how long it will take you to finish your degree, there are two-, three-, and four-year scholarship choices.
Candidates must first register for a MY GOARMY account before they can apply for the scholarship.
Eligibility/Condition for ROTC Scholarship
The following are qualifications for Shadow Ridge ROTC Scholarship:
1. Be at least 17 years of age
2. Be a citizen of USA
3. Applicant should have a minimum GPA of 2.5 (3.00 for Air Force ROTC)
4. Must meet SAT or ACT requirement
5. Must have a high school diploma
6. Meet prescribed physical standard
Regarding the Scholarship Recipient
Han, an 18-year-old public affairs officer, works with the Air Force Junior ROTC at Shadow Ridge. Han, an only child, was raised by his grandmother for the previous six years following the passing of his mother. He will be the first member of his immediate family to join the military in the United States.
I couldn’t let them down after everything they had done to get me to this point. Aim for the worse.
Be ready for the finest. Simply prepare yourself for whatever that may come your way, advised Han, an Atlanta native. Whether on the battlefield or in hospitals, he welcomes the opportunity to command the Army Nurse Corps. “I fully support it. I’m prepared, he declared.
Method of Application
Applicants are to visit Army ROTC Scholarships for application and other details
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