Discussion in 'ROTC' started by AFMaj.son, Apr 11, 2012.
How many letters should I get for the interview?
For what Interview?
As Jcleppe said, we need a little more information to help you out.
My son went through the Army and AF ROTC scholarship process this year and I don't recall any letters of recommendation associated with his interviews. He did take resumes to the interview. When the application opens, the instructions will tell you exactly what they want.
I don't recall my son needing any letters of recommendation for AFROTC and definitely not for the interview. They will assign you to a local detachment to be interviewed and you can request the interview to be done by your ALO if you are also an academy applicant. I would suggest you take a resume to your interview.
The application is actually fairly short but you will have to submit a pfa, transcripts, counselor verification of activities, etc. The application changes a little each year so you will have to wait until it is released but they will ell you exactly what they want. Good luck.
Get it done in time for the first board if possible.
Yeah, I did not have to get any letters of recommendation for AFROTC either. Just checked my portal to make sure, there isn't a place to load one and I doubt the person interviewing you will be impressed if you show up with a couple of teacher recommendations. Would probably be like "Okaaaay...and?". No need to concern yourself with those, for this application at least.
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