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1 GREEN TO GOLD BRIEF MR. LARRY D.M. PARKER, SR. 5TH APACHE BRIGADE ROTC
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2 Green to Gold I CAME TO THIS BRIEFING BECAUSE IT WAS A WAY TO GET OUT OF WORK. I WAS ORDERED TO ATTEND THIS BRIEFING BY MY SUPERIORS. I CAME TO THIS BRIEFING BECAUSE I ONLY WANT TO MAKE MORE MONEY, I DON’T REALLY WANT TO LEAD. Good morning/afternoon, I’m _______________________ and I will be presenting an unclassified briefing on the Army ROTC Green to Gold Program. Next Slide NOTE: The target audience for this briefing is soldiers, leaders, and other individuals interested in the Green to Gold program. This briefing was developed for use by ROTC counterpart battalions, Army Education Centers, Retention and Transition NCOs and ROTC battalions. I CAME TO THIS BRIEFING BECAUSE I AM LOOKING FOR WAYS TO GET OUT OF MY NEXT DEPLOYMENT.

3 Green to Gold I AM VERY INTERESTED IN THIS BRIEFING
BECAUSE I BELIEVE THAT I HAVE THE POTENTIAL TO BE A GREAT OFFICER. I LOOK FORWARD TO A CHANCE TO PROVE MYSELF THROUGH COMPLETING A COLLEGE DEGREE AND EARNING MY COMMISSION THROUGH THE RESERVE OFFICERS TRAINING CORPS (ROTC). Good morning/afternoon, I’m _______________________ and I will be presenting an unclassified briefing on the Army ROTC Green to Gold Program. Next Slide NOTE: The target audience for this briefing is soldiers, leaders, and other individuals interested in the Green to Gold program. This briefing was developed for use by ROTC counterpart battalions, Army Education Centers, Retention and Transition NCOs and ROTC battalions.

4 Agenda What Is ROTC Green To Gold Options Eligibility Requirements
Application Process Questions The purpose of the briefing is to provide you information on an outstanding educational option - the Army’s Green to Gold program. Next Slide

5 What Is ROTC ROTC is an elective college class at some schools.
not basic training ROTC is not a Military School The purpose of the briefing is to provide you information on an outstanding educational option - the Army’s Green to Gold program. Next Slide ROTC Other classes

6 You may enter the program as a Freshman, Sophomore, or Junior
Freshman Year Sophomore Year Junior Year Senior Year Military Science I (1 credit) Fall FTX Spring FTX Military Science II (2 credits) Fall FTX Spring FTX Military Science III (3 credits) Fall FTX Spring FTX Military Science IV (3 credits) Fall FTX Spring FTX Basic Leadership Applied Leadership Tactical Leadership You may enter the program as a Freshman, Sophomore, or Junior depending on your previous college credits completed Leadership Development And Assessment Camp ( 5 weeks at Ft. Lewis ) The purpose of the briefing is to provide you information on an outstanding educational option - the Army’s Green to Gold program. Next Slide

7 Commissioning, Branching & Officer Training
Junior Year Senior Year Military Science III (3 credits) Fall FTX Spring FTX Military Science IV (3 credits) Fall FTX Spring FTX College Graduation Commissioning BOLC A The purpose of the briefing is to provide you information on an outstanding educational option - the Army’s Green to Gold program. Next Slide First Assignment Leadership Development And Assessment Camp ( 5 weeks at Ft. Lewis ) S - SCHOLAR (GPA) A - ATHLETE (APFT, SPORTS) L – LEADER (LDAC, ROTC) Accession and Branching Board

8 What Is Green To Gold An ROTC program for Active Duty soldiers to complete a bachelor or master’s degree and earn an Army commission Must be a full-time student (no online programs) At a college that offers Army ROTC Pursuing an approved degree After graduation and commissioning ROTC graduates serve in: Active Army, Army Reserves or National Guard The purpose of the briefing is to provide you information on an outstanding educational option - the Army’s Green to Gold program. Next Slide

9 You may be eligible for more than one option
Green To Gold Options There are three Green To Gold Options: Active Duty Option Scholarship Option Non-Scholarship Option The purpose of the briefing is to provide you information on an outstanding educational option - the Army’s Green to Gold program. Next Slide You may be eligible for more than one option

10 Active Duty Option An ROTC program for Active Duty soldiers to complete the last 2 years of a bachelor or master’s degree and earn an Army commission while remaining on Active Duty Keep current rank and continue to accrue time in service Keep current pay and allowances (VAH, BAH, etc.) Keep current health insurance, life insurance, all benefits Continue to accrue (and use) ordinary leave Your duty station is COLLEGE. Soldiers remain on Active Duty and are assigned to the Student Detachment at Ft. Jackson for administrative purposes Active Duty Option is highly competitive – 200 slots open each year Selectee Profile: APFT GT 119 GPA 3.32 The purpose of the briefing is to provide you information on an outstanding educational option - the Army’s Green to Gold program. Next Slide

11 Active Duty Option Financial benefits: Active Duty pay and allowances
MGIB (Active Duty rate, only pays tuition & fees) You pay for: Tuition & fees ( reimbursed throughout the semester) Books Housing and food (VAH and BAH) Tuition assistance may not be used while in this program Federal loans, grants, and other scholarship sources may be used The purpose of the briefing is to provide you information on an outstanding educational option - the Army’s Green to Gold program. Next Slide

12 Scholarship Option An ROTC program to discharge soldiers for the purpose of attending college full time to earn a bachelor or master’s degree and obtain an Army commission with a full scholarship Discharged under AR , Chapter 16-2 Scholarships are 2, 3, or 4 years in length Soldiers are contracted with ROTC but are no longer on Active Duty ROTC scholarships are competitive – approx 750 each year Winner Profile (3 year): APFT 271 GT 120 GPA 3.35 ( 4 year): APFT 290 GT 124 GPA 3.25 The purpose of the briefing is to provide you information on an outstanding educational option - the Army’s Green to Gold program. Next Slide

13 Scholarship Option Financial benefits:
Full tuition plus all mandatory fees $1200 per year book allowance MGIB ROTC stipend of $350 - $500 per month You pay for: Housing and food (room and board) Federal loans, grants, and other scholarship sources may be used Scholarship money may be used for either tuition or room & board – your choice The purpose of the briefing is to provide you information on an outstanding educational option - the Army’s Green to Gold program. Next Slide

14 Non-Scholarship Option
An ROTC program to discharge soldiers for the purpose of attending college full time to earn a bachelor or master’s degree and obtain an Army commission Discharged under Chapter 16 Must have 2 years or 60 college credit hours completed Must be able to graduate in 2 years with no summer school Soldiers are contracted with ROTC but are no longer on Active Duty Non-scholarship ROTC slots are non-competitive – Applicants who meet the eligibility requirements are accepted The purpose of the briefing is to provide you information on an outstanding educational option - the Army’s Green to Gold program. Next Slide

15 Non-Scholarship Option
Financial benefits: MGIB ROTC stipend of $450 - $500 per month You pay for: Tuition, fees and books Housing and food (room and board) Federal loans, grants, and other scholarship sources may be used The purpose of the briefing is to provide you information on an outstanding educational option - the Army’s Green to Gold program. Next Slide

16 Non-Scholarship Option
Why would you consider the Non-Scholarship Option? Entry is non-competitive: if you meet the requirements, you’re in Eligibility requirements are less restrictive than the other options 2.0 GPA versus 2.5 GPA for other programs Age up to 34 versus for other options Can start college in Spring or Fall semester Can participate in National Guard or Army Reserve at the same time (provides tuition assistance( providing a state school and available funds), and drill pay) under the Simultaneous Membership Program The purpose of the briefing is to provide you information on an outstanding educational option - the Army’s Green to Gold program. Next Slide

17 Simultaneous Membership Program
Cadets serve simultaneously in the Army Reserve or Army National Guard Provides additional financial benefits as well as continued military experience Cadets in the SMP are non-deployable assets Cadets are paid at E-5 rate (or higher) for drill and Annual Training Cadets are mentored by commissioned officers in their units Financial Benefits in addition to ROTC Incentives $286 monthly drill pay (E-5 w/3yr TIS pay) Tuition assistance or tuition waiver The purpose of the briefing is to provide you information on an outstanding educational option - the Army’s Green to Gold program. Next Slide

18 Simultaneous Membership Program
Typical Monthly Income with SMP: $ 1321 MGIB 150 MGIB plus up (pay $600 extra into MGIB before ETS) 286 Drill pay from NG or USAR unit (based on E-5 pay with >3 years TIS) 450 ROTC stipend (goes up to $500 per month for college seniors) 350 Kicker (NG or USAR) $2557 The purpose of the briefing is to provide you information on an outstanding educational option - the Army’s Green to Gold program. Next Slide Plus tuition paid by NG (tuition waiver) or USAR (tuition assistance)

19 Non-Scholarship Option
Recap Active Duty Option Stay on Active Duty with all pay and benefits Limited number of openings Submit packet by 1 FEB, start school Fall semester Scholarship Option Full tuition scholarship + books + monthly allowance Must be under 31 by date of commissioning Submit packet by 1 FEB, start school Fall / Spring semester The purpose of the briefing is to provide you information on an outstanding educational option - the Army’s Green to Gold program. Next Slide Non-Scholarship Option Can do Simultaneous Membership Program (SMP) in Guard or Reserves Unlimited openings Application completed at ROTC department, start school Fall or Spring

20 Service Obligation Upon completion of ROTC and graduation: 8 years service Active Duty Option: 3 years Active Duty + 5 years USAR/NG or IRR Scholarship Option: 8 years USAR/NG or 4 years Active Duty + 4 years USAR/NG or IRR Non-Scholarship: 4 years USAR/NG + 4 years IRR 3 years Active Duty The purpose of the briefing is to provide you information on an outstanding educational option - the Army’s Green to Gold program. Next Slide

21 Eligibility Requirements
Basic requirements apply to all options Each program has its own requirements The purpose of the briefing is to provide you information on an outstanding educational option - the Army’s Green to Gold program. Next Slide

22 Eligibility Requirements
All Green To Gold Options: Non-Waivable Requirements US Citizen – no dual citizenship GT score: 110 APFT: 60 / 60 / 60 with no alternate events No permanent profiles HS graduate Eligible to reenlist – no bars or flags No domestic violence record Medically qualified – pass a DODMERB physical for ROTC Be accepted by the college you plan to attend The purpose of the briefing is to provide you information on an outstanding educational option - the Army’s Green to Gold program. Next Slide

23 Eligibility Requirements
All Green To Gold Options: Waivable Requirements No more than 3 dependents including spouse Under 35 (ADO, non-scholarship only) at time of commission (Under 31 for scholarship is not waivable) No more than 10 years AFS No civil convictions The purpose of the briefing is to provide you information on an outstanding educational option - the Army’s Green to Gold program. Next Slide

24 Eligibility Requirements
Active Duty Option Must be accepted as an unconditional Junior at the University College GPA of 2.5 or higher Under age 35 at time of commissioning (waiver to 39 possible) Less than 10 years AFS at commissioning (Exception to policy possible) Scholarship Option College GPA of 2.5 or higher (for 2 or 3 year scholarship) HS GPA of 2.5 or higher (for 4 year scholarship) ACT score of 19 or SAT of 920 (math and verbal) (4 yr scholar’) Under age 31 on 31 DEC of your graduation year Non-Scholarship Option Must be accepted as an unconditional Junior at the University College GPA of 2.0 or higher Under 35 at time of commissioning (waiver to 39 possible)

25 Application Procedure
Active Duty Option and Scholarship Option Complete online application NLT 1 FEB 2013. (1) window for scholarships only Centralized board meets on 8 April 2013 Results are announced in June 2013 Start college in Fall semester Non- Scholarship Option Apply anytime Application processed at local ROTC battalion – no board Start college in Spring or Fall semester The purpose of the briefing is to provide you information on an outstanding educational option - the Army’s Green to Gold program. Next Slide

26 Next Steps Are you a leader? Are you committed to the US Army? Decide whether a career as a commissioned officer – in the Active or Reserve Components – is for you Determine your qualifications and preferences for each of the three options Build a packet Scholarship and Active Duty Option: application process completed online (www.armyrotc.com). Must be complete NLT 1 FEB 2013. Non-Scholarship: contact the ROTC battalion at: UNIVERSITY OF SAN ANTONIO MAJ Melva N. Rivera (210) or The purpose of the briefing is to provide you information on an outstanding educational option - the Army’s Green to Gold program. Next Slide

27 G G G G G G H H UT P H H H H 27 N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N
Weber State University University of Wyoming N N University of Utah N N Brigham Young University N Colorado State University H N University of Colorado Utah State Univ. G N University of Colorado Colorado Springs Northeastern Univ. University of Arkansas Northern Arizona University H UT P Oklahoma State U. N N H Embry Riddle Aero U. U of Central Oklahoma Arkansas State U University of New Mexico University of Oklahoma N U of Central Arkansas N N N N N Cameron University U of Arkansas Pine Bluff Texas Tech University H Arizona State University N G N Mexico State University Univ. of North Texas Henderson State H University of Arizona N UT at Arlington 6 New Host Programs- Embry Riddle Aero Univ. Prescott, Arizona Utah State University – Logan, UT Univ. of North Texas – Denton, TX Baylor University – Waco, TX Northeastern OK University – Tahlequah, OK Henderson State Univ. – Arkadelphia, ARK 6 Counterpart Battalions – Fort Bliss, TX - UTEP Fort Hood, TX – Tarleton State Fort Sill, TX – Cameron Univ. Fort Sam Houston, TX – UT San Antonio Fort Huachuca, AZ – Univ. of Arizona Fort Carson, CO – Univ. of Colorado Colorado Springs 11 HAI (Hispanic) – NMSU, UNM, CO State Pueblo, Metro State Denver, CO, St Mary’s, UT Pam Am, TX A&M Kingsville, UTEP, UT San Antonio, TX AM Corpus Christie, Northeastern State, ARK 2 HBCU – Arkansas Pine Bluff, ARK Prairie View A&M, TX 3 High Cost Private Host – Texas Christian Univ.; St Mary’s Univ.; BYU Baylor Univ. N N N G G Texas El Paso Texas Christian University Stephen F. Austin Tarleton State N N UT at Austin N G H N Sam Houston State Texas State N Prairie View A&M N UT at San Antonio N University of Houston N St Mary’s N G Texas A&M Kingsville N Texas &M Corpus Christi UT Pam American 27 N

28 FAQ What branch / MOS will I have as an officer?
Can I go to Airborne/Air Assault School in ROTC? What is a typical duty day? Do I have to go to Tarleton State University? What if I don’t have a 110 GT score? After I get in can I change my major? Can I transfer to another school after I get in? Where can I get blank forms? What if I get deployed? The purpose of the briefing is to provide you information on an outstanding educational option - the Army’s Green to Gold program. Next Slide

29 Cadet Command Regulation 145-6, Green To Gold Program
References & Contacts AR 145-1, Senior Army ROTC Cadet Command Regulation 145-6, Green To Gold Program University of San Antonio ROTC (partner battalion for Ft. Sam Houston) MAJ Melva N. Rivera (210) The purpose of the briefing is to provide you information on an outstanding educational option - the Army’s Green to Gold program. Next Slide

30 Army ROTC: The Best Leadership Training In America


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