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Army ROTC Scholarship Essay

Catter09Catter09 Registered User Posts: 1 New Member
Hey! So I'm applying for the AROTC Scholarship and was wondering if my essay was well written or if i should make changes. Please let me know!

Q:Consider carefully, and then state below in the space provided why you wish to enroll in the Army ROTC Program. Indicate in your statement how you believe your own objectives in life are related to the education and training offered by Army ROTC and what a career obligation means to you.

My answer:

The military has always been a goal of mine ever since I was in elementary school and meet a group of strong a confident soldiers dressed proudly in their camouflage uniforms , and when I decided I wanted to attend college I knew that I was going to enroll in the ROTC program. Growing up I had always worked better when with a team, and having structure in my personal life. I’ve always put my education before my social life and my athletics, I believe that the Army ROTC program would be the most optimal course of action to achieve my goals in education and the military. Not only would I benefit from the program, I know that I have the capability to give back to the country I call home, by being an officer in the United States Army, with my leadership skills that I have acquired, and the american values that have been instilled in me. I’ve been very dedicated to my JROTC program at my high school and worked vigorously to become the Battalion Commander, I have always been dedicated, and motivated to complete any mission or job put in front of me. Not only do I complete it but I put forth all my effort, that is the same way I will go threw my career. Dedicated, and motivated.
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