How do I re-apply correctly?

Discussion in 'Air Force Academy - USAFA' started by grelyk97, Apr 21, 2016.

  1. grelyk97

    grelyk97 New Member

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    Hi everyone! I've been on the forum for a little while now because I was an applicant for the class of 2020. I received my TWE today and have began to make moves towards my application for the class of 2021. With that I have a few questions that I can't seem to find the answer to, or would like some of ya'lls opinions.

    If I were to attend an out of state school would I have to apply to that state's MOC and Reps for nominations? ALO as well?

    I also have a Commander's Scholarship for AFROTC at the University of Houston. If I were to take this school (Haven't decided between this or Norwich), how difficult would it be to re-apply to USAFA? Would anything be special in regards to the scholarship?

    During high school I was very active in CAP, going into college soon, what other extracurricular are available if I can't attend anymore meetings? Also in this realm, is firefighting something that would be looked favorably?

    Any other tips to become a stronger reapp.?

    Thank you in advance for your help!
     
  2. BLACKBIRD505

    BLACKBIRD505 Member

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    look at NMMI as a prep school
     
  3. CivilAirPatrolCadet

    CivilAirPatrolCadet AFROTC Non-Tech Scholarship Recipient

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    You can still be active in CAP when in AFROTC. Personally, I would take the Commander's scholarship. I would imagine that your goal is to become an Air Force officer and not just go through a service academy. AFROTC will get you there, even if your preferred method is USAFA.
     

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