Interview with pms

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  1. egeld

    egeld Member

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    Would like your opinion on attire. My Daughter will be scheduling her interview within the next couple of weeks. We have talked about her attire for interview and what she should wear. She is a colonel in her jrotc unit and was battalion commander last year. I thought it would be nice to wear her dress blues. Is this appropriate to do and do PMS like or dislike seeing them in their blues.thanks for yout input.
     
  2. Reoin05

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    I'd wear something nice, like a dress skirt and button top or something, guys usually wear dress pants and a dress shirt. Not so sure about wearing JROTC uniform to an ROTC interview, but maybe someone else on here has different input.
     
  3. ROTCaspirant

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    I think wearing a JROTC uniform would be very fitting.
     
  4. navymomwannabe

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    The discussions last year were mixed about this. Some thought it was a good idea, some did not. But if she decides to wear her uniform, they all agreed that she needs to make sure it's absolutely perfect. Otherwise, a nice skirt/blouse or dress pants/blouse would be appropriate.
     
  5. -Bull-

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    I wouldn't wear the Jrotc uniform. A nice outfit instead would be better.
     
  6. AROTCPMS

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    Wear Civilian Attire

    Concur with Reoin05.

    LTC Rob Kirkland, US Army Retired, 2x Former Army ROTC PMS

    "The Insider's Guide to the Army ROTC Scholarship for High School Students and their Parents"
     

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