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Consider Military Officer Careers After College

Are you graduating from college next spring and considering your career options? You might want to consider military officer careers.  If you haven’t thought about that, there is still time to explore those.

Military officer careers offer unparalleled leadership development and long term career satisfaction.

Visit your career center to find out more about when officer recruiters might be coming to campus.

So you want to be an Army Officer? – 800.USA.ARMY
US Marines Officer Candidate School – 800.MARINES
Navy Officer Candidate School – 800.USA.NAVY
Air Force Officer Training – 800.423.USAF
Coast Guard Officer – 800.424.8883
Army National Guard – 800.TO.GO.ANG
Air National Guard – 800.GO.GUARD

Two additional resources:
Military Spot
Military.com

Read an article from Denise Witmer called Five Reasons Your Young Adult Should Consider the Military

If you don’t have time to read the entire article here are the major advantages the author identifies as advantages of a military career.

1. Maturity, Focus, Pride
2. Education Benefits
3. On-the-job Training
4. Lifetime career
5. Veteran’s Benefits

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