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1 Air Force ROTC Disclaimer: Information given is subject to change without notice by AETC and the Holm Center Source:

2 Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps – Prepares you to become an Air Force Officer while simultaneously working on your Bachelors Degree – Offers growth, opportunity and the ability to succeed Officer Training Program for College Students  Oldest commissioning source  Other options include:  Air Force Academy (USAFA) / Officer Training School (OTS) There are scholarship opportunities for high school students & In-College students  Students may apply starting June 1 of junior year for HSSP  AFROTC.com is the only way to apply What is Air Force ROTC? Our mission: “Develop Quality Leaders for the Air Force”

3 Completion of AFROTC requirements & Graduation Receive commission as a Second Lieutenant in the U.S. Air Force Go on Active Duty (start your new job)  Some cadets enter active duty the day after commissioning  Dates are dependant on multiple factors Job After Graduation

4 Where are we located? 140+ ROTC Detachments More than 1100 cross town schools Detachments encompass multiple colleges/universities

5 Georgia Institute of Technology Agnes Scott College Clark Atlanta University Clayton State University Emory University Georgia State University Kennesaw State University Mercer University, Atlanta Morehouse College Oglethorpe University Southern Polytechnic State University Spelman College University of West Georgia University of Georgia Gainesville State College Oconee Campus Valdosta State University Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University Georgia Military College Park University *For a list of schools outside of Georgia, visit afrotc.com Schools in Georgia

6 High School Scholarship Program (HSSP)  3-4 year scholarships available  Very competitive  Students can apply at  Types of scholarships  Type 1: Full tuition  Type 2: Up to $18,000 per year  Type 7: Up to in state rate per year  Book allowance: $600 per year  Monthly, tax free stipend  Deadline to apply: December 1, 2014 for online application Freshman Option: Try the program for a year, no commitment or repayment of scholarship money Scholarships for High School Seniors

7 Basic Scholarship Eligibility Be a U.S. Citizen prior to scholarship activation Graduate from High School Age 17 by scholarship activation; no older than 31 by Dec 31 of commissioning year No previous full-time college enrollments (joint high school/college programs are an exception) Cannot be a single parent (handled on a case by case basis) Meet physical fitness standards

8 Academic Eligibility Minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 (only 9 th -11 th grades considered) Minimum SAT score of 1180 or Minimum ACT score of 26 Writing scores are not included

9 HSSP Historical Qualifications Starting College Fall 12 14,678 Applicants 30% Selection Rate ‒ 80% Tech ‒ 6.8% Foreign Language ‒ 12.9% Non-Tech Scholarship Types ‒ 5% Type 1 ‒ 15% Type 2 ‒ 80% Type 7 Average Selectee ‒ 1305 SAT ‒ 29.4 ACT ‒ 3.79 GPA Starting College Fall 13 14,201 Applicants 12% Selection Rate ‒ 80% Tech ‒ 10% Foreign Language ‒ 10% Non-Tech Scholarship Types ‒ 5% Type 1 ‒ 15% Type 2 ‒ 80% Type 7 Average Selectee ‒ 1296 SAT ‒ 29.3 ACT ‒ 3.77 GPA

10 Scholarship Majors Technical MajorsForeign Language MajorsAll other majors Aeronautical EngineeringArabicAccounting Aerospace EngineeringBaluchiAdministration Architectural EngineeringChinese, AmoyMass Communications ArchitectureChinese, CantoneseCriminal Justice Astronautical EngineeringChinese, MandarinCriminology ChemistryChinese, WuCyberspace Security Civil EngineeringHindiEconomics Computer EngineeringIndonesianFinance Computer ScienceJapaneseInformation Assurance Electrical EngineeringJavaneseInformation Security Environmental EngineeringKoreanInformation Systems MathematicsPashto-AfghanManagement Mechanical EngineeringPersian-AfghanNursing Meteorology/Atmospheric SciencesPersian-IranianPolitical Science Nuclear EngineeringPunjabiPsychology Nuclear PhysicsRussianPublic Relations Operations ResearchSomaliQuantitative Methods PhysicsTurkishSociology TurkmenSpace Ops UrduStatistics Telecommunications

11 In College Scholarship Program (ICSP)  year scholarships available  Competitive  Can’t apply; based on commander’s recommendation  Pays tuition/fees  Type 2: Up to $18,000 per year  Type 3: Up to $9,000 per year  Type 6: Up to $3,000 per year  Book allowance  Monthly, tax free stipend Other Scholarship Opportunities

12 Potential Jobs as an Air Force Officer AcquisitionsMedical Air Battle ManagerMunitions Aircraft Maintenance Navigator (CSO) ContractingPersonnel Cost AnalysisPilot Cyberspace Operations Public Affairs EngineerScientist FinanceSecurity Forces IntelligenceSpace and Missiles Judge Advocate General Special Investigations LogisticsWeather CROSTO SOWTALO

13 June 1- Scholarship Cycle Begins Dec 1- Scholarship Application Deadline Jan 9- All required paperwork must be submitted May 31- Final Date for scholarship recipients to submit statement of intent and letter of admission Critical Dates

14 US Air Force Academy- Enlisting in the Air Force- High School Scholarships: For questions regarding medical school, nursing or foreign language programs please contact your admissions officer Other Resources

15 2d Lt Keven Abraham (404) QUESTIONS?


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