Page 8-The Compass Elizabeth City State University
IS THERE LIFE AFTER COLLEGE?
You’re aiming for a college degree. And with that in hand you’ll be looking for a job offer. You may find it won’t be
automatic. For that reason it’s important for you, as a sophomore, to make the most of your last two years in college.
Whatever your career choice, you’ll want to become competitive and marketable. It won’t be easy but you’ll find yourself
better prepared if you look ahead.
Get the facts on leadership management training. Learn what increases your leadership potential in the job market.
Sophomore, you can do something about your life after college. Stop by the Army ROTC Department for this information packet.
THAT^S YOUR DECISION.
AN ROTC SCHOLARSHIP WILL TAKE CARE OF TUITION
WHILE YOU TAKE CARE OF BUSINESS.
Coming up with good grades is a job in itself. It’s even harder if you have to worry
about coming up with tuition too. Army ROTC can lighten that load. We’ve got
scholarships that pay tuition, required fees and an amount for books and supplies.
Plus, pay up to $1,000 each year they’re in effect.
What if you don’t receive one? ROTC can still help—with financial
assistance---up to $1,000 a year---for your last two years in the program.
So check out a way to keep your mind on the books not on the bucks.
Find out more by contacting your Army ROTC Professor of Military Science.
ARMY ROTC. BE ALL YOU CAN BE
The Department of Military Science is currently accepting applications for the ROTC Summer Basic
Camp and for the two and three year scholarship program. For additional information contact
Captain Fisher at the ROTC Administration Building or phone 335-3490.