How to find Recruiting Officer

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  1. HiMyNameisNick

    HiMyNameisNick Member

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    On my NROTC application it suggests that I review my application with my recruiter/coordinator before I submit my application.

    Well, I have absolutely no idea who my coordinator/recruiter is and it did not tell me who or how to contact anyone.

    sooo.....any suggestions?
     
  2. sbbond93

    sbbond93 Member

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    THEY WILL CONTACT YOU DO NOT SUBMIT! My area coordinator was extremely helpful and they reminded me over and over again not to submit ANYTHING until they have had a chance to make sure it is perfect!
     
  3. clarksonarmy

    clarksonarmy Recruiting Operations Officer at Clarkson Army

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    my suggestion is that you talk to the ROTC battalion at the school you are interested in attending. At that Battalion, or Detachment there will be a Recruiting Officer or Enrollment Officer (or whatever the Air Force calls it). They might/should help you with the process depending on which school you plan to attend. You can usually find this person and their contact information on the web. Google is your best friend during this process. If you were planning to attend Clarkson University you would be talking to me. I would tell you that part of the "test" is to see if you can follow directions with minimal guidance. This process is not designed with a lot of "hand holding" involved. If you are lucky to get a proactive enrollment officer to help keep you on track you are one of the lucky ones.

    Hope that helps, good luck.
     
  4. kevster

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    Yes wait until they contact you. Word of advice: When you do get a chance to meet with him/her ask any questions that you have or will have. My NROTC coordinator was a very nice man but he vary rarely followed up on my subsequent calls and emails. That time is valuable..... use it well.
     

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