Army ROTC nurse cadets may qualify for scholarships and other additional benefits to help start gaining the valuable career and leadership skills of an officer in the Army Nurse Corps.

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Cadet RJ Custodio

With the help of a 4-year ROTC scholarship, RJ is able to pay for college while gaining experience and academic discipline, as well as making lifelong friends.

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Cadet Jeff Davis

Find out how Jeff jumped from high school athletics to college and Army ROTC. And get a glimpse inside an ROTC tradition: the annual military ball.

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Cadet Marissa Bernadette

Nursing major, University of Texas at El Paso
By enrolling in ROTC after her sophomore year, Marissa learned leadership and communication skills that will help her thrive in her career in nursing.

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Infantry Officer Maj. Padron

Leadership skills for a lifetime

See how Otto's time in the U.S. Army Reserve helped him become the Director of Univision. “I stay in the Army Reserve today because it allows me ‘to work on the skill’ most valuable in my job, which is to be a leader,” says Otto.

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First Lieutenants Clint & Maureen Bickett

Platoon Leader and Nurse, Medical Services Corps
In Army ROTC, Clint and Maureen met within days of their initial training and thrived during their individual military careers. They eventually married to form a beautiful family.

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John Paul Gomez

Political Science major, Biology minor, University of San Diego
The first in his family to attend college thanks to an ROTC scholarship, John Paul is able to pursue his degree while developing an expanded set of unique leadership, discipline and career skills.

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