Do you want a $100,000 scholarship? All of school, housing, food, and spending money covered for the next four years? If you don't say yes, you're an idiot. But yeah, there's a major catch.
Regular Officer Training Program (ROTP) is the military's program for training officers by sending them through a four year bachelor's program at either a domestic or military university.
After you complete your education, you owe the military a certain number of years of service, usually between five and eight years. However, this could be a pro - you are guaranteed a job after school, which has been hard to find for certain graduates lately.
ROTP isn't for everyone, but it's certainly good to have alternate options. ROTP also pays you about $20,000 a year (on top of paying for your school and living expenses)
Also, apparently having military education and work experience on your resume is a huge plus for any employer. Just thought I'd throw the ROTP option out there for everyone!
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