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You will be able to give back to your community and country, while receiving money for college. In some cases you may be able to have nearly all of your education expenses paid for. When you graduate ROTC you will be commissioned a Second Lieutenant, and in the national guard you will be able to serve in your own community.
The Army National Guard (ARNG) offers two types of ROTC scholarships. Civilians can apply for scholarships but must become a member of the GUARD.
Request scholarship application be submitted NLT 01 April of each year, but we will keep awarding GRFD and DedARNG scholarships until funds are exhausted.
The GUARD will also convert Camp Based ROTC Scholarship to a GRDF scholarship, but the cadet must submit a CC FORM 226-R, before the Army branching board is held.
Cadets participating in GRFD and DedARNG scholarships must participate in the Simultaneous Membership Program (SMP) in a GUARD unit. However, to participate in the SMP, a Cadet does not need to participate in a GRFD and DedARNG scholarships.
PROGRESSING TOWARDS A WORTHWHILE GOAL
The Reserve Officer Training Course (ROTC) is an experience unlike any other. As a cadet, your leadership skills will be challenged every day as you are provided with the tools, training and knowledge necessary to becoming an effective officer in the Army National Guard.
Through a comprehensive curriculum of leadership and military courses, you will gain first hand experience on what is takes to excel in today's National Guard environment. You will learn to lead and to inspire, to motivate groups, and to conduct both combat and disaster relief missions.
Upon graduating from ROTC, you will receive your commission as a Second Lieutenant, signified by a gold bar that shows you have earned the right to be a leader.
EARN RESPECT. BECOME A LEADER
ROTC BASIC COURSE (Also called Leadership Development Course)
The ROTC Basic Course takes place during your first two years in college. It normally involves one elective class or lab each semester. Here you will learn basic military skills and the fundamentals of leadership, laying the groundwork for you to become an effective leader in the National Guard.
All contracted ROTC cadets will attend the Leader Development course, taken between the college junior and senior years, teaches advanced military skills while assessing the cadet's ability to perform in a position of leadership prior to entering the Advanced Course.
Whether you're a college-bound high school student or you're already attending a college or university, you may qualify for a scholarship that will pay your fully tuition and fees or your room and board, whichever you choose. Scholarships are based not on your financial needs, but rather on your grades, your athletic performance, and your leadership abilities. Army National Guard ROTC scholarships are available for one, two-and-a-half, and three year periods (amounts vary based on the time remaining to complete your degree).
ROTC offers you real rewards. You will form friendships that will last a life-time, and your training will benefit you throughout your military and civilian career paths. In addition to the high-level leadership training and communication skills, you can receive the financial assistance necessary to earn a college degree. Below are just a few of the tangible rewards you can receive as a leader in the Army National Guard.
To find out more about how you can become an officer and a leader in the Army National Guard, contact your local Guard Officer Strength Manager or Reserve Career Counselor today.
All ROTC CDTs wishing to be assigned Army National Guard must have a valid, signed Letter of Acceptance (LOA) for the Active Duty and Reserve Duty Branching Board. Those without a LOA will assigned to the US Army Reserve and branch based on the needs of the Army Reserve. A copy of the LOA must be submitted to State Officer Strength Manager (OSM) & ROTC Professor of Military Science (PMS).
2Lt Anthony Migliore
(518) 534-1827 (Cell)
Membership Schools: SUNY Adirondack Community College, Clinton Community College, University of Vermont (Host school)
CPT Richard Powell
Membership Schools: Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, University at Albany, Union College, College of St Rose, Marist College, Russell Sage College, Albany Law School, Albany College of Pharmacy, Skidmore, SUNY at Oneonta
Membership Schools: Saint Lawrence Univ, Potsdam State College
Membership Schools: D'Youville College, Daemen College, Medaille College, SUNY at Buffalo, Buffalo State College, Hilbert College
Membership Schools:Elmira College, Ithaca College, SUNY Binghamton, SUNY Cortland, Wells College
2LT Brian Clark
Membership Schools:New York City Army ROTC at Fordham University is available to students at most four year colleges and universities located in the New York Metropolitan area and Lower Hudson Valley.
Membership Schools:SUNY Stony Brook, Dowling College, Adelphi University, New York Institute of Technology (Westbury and Central Islip), SUNY College at Old Westbury, Suffolk Community College, Nassau Community College, St. Joseph's University (Long Island Campus), SUNY Farmingdale
Phone: (845) 575-3000 ext. 2814
Phone: (716) 286-8235/8230
Membership Schools:Buffalo State College
Membership Schools:Queens College, College of Staten Island, Pace University, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, Brooklyn college, City College, City University of NY, State University of NY
Phone: 315 443-8233/1781
What makes the National Guard different from other branches of the military is its unique duel mission. The GUARD is called to serve both country and our communities. In the wake of natural disasters such as tornadoes, hurricanes, or wildfires, the Governor has the option to call out the NY Army National GUARD to assist with the relief effort in affected communities. This is why American public knows it’s not a real emergency until they hear the GUARD has been activated. Then they know it’s really bad.
Founding Fathers - When American’s founding fathers authorized the documents that gave birth to the new republic, they strongly held that few institutions are more important than a well-regulated militia (The GUARD). Large standing armies, they believed, could become instruments of tyranny. According to the consensus, it would be better to rely on volunteer citizen-soldiers to take up arms. Signers of the Constitution enshrined the right of individual states to raise and maintain their own home guards, and local militia become a bedrock of good government and vital instruments for preservation of American Liberty.
Since then, the concept of the GUARD has grown to what it is today. The Army National Guard is an elite group of warriors who dedicate a portion of their time to serving their nation. Each state has its own Guard, as required by the Constitution-in fact, it is the only branch of the military whose existence is actually required by the Constitution.
The GUARD first and foremost responsibility will be protecting and defending American interests. This may mean deployment out of state or overseas. If they’re called up, they'll be ready. There is a long and noble history of the National Guard serving at home and abroad to ensure the safety and freedom of their fellow citizens. They have combated natural disasters, supported regular Army troops and, when called upon, born arms against their nation’s enemies.
Since 1636, the GUARD has brought glory and honor upon itself and its soldiers through quiet and selfless service. It’s being a part of a noble tradition of service extending back almost 400 years. It means you become a member of the best trained, best equipped, and most respected military force in history. It means you will make a difference. Do you think you have what it takes to be a member of this select group?
Being an Officer in the NYARNG means you’re a leader, a counselor, a strategist and a motivator. It’s similar to being a vital manager in a corporation. As an officer, you will lead other soldiers in all situations (Wars, fires, floods, hurricanes, and other natural disasters) and adjust in environments that are always changing. Living up to the motto: ALWAYS READY, ALWAYS THERE!
State-Sponsored Military Academies: Where being a member of the GUARD you can be awarded a 2 year GRDF Scholarship and/or 2, 2.5, or 3 year DedARNG Scholarship, if qualified. Note: DedARNG scholarships are available for civilians, but must join the GUARD to receive scholarships and benefits.