Project GO

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  1. ArmyCadet379

    ArmyCadet379 New Member

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    I am an MSI Cadet who applied for Project GO for Russian through Arizona State, I was curious as to how competitive I am and when I should hear back.
    296 APFT Score
    3.57 GPA
    Cadet of the month for September
    National Society of Collegiate Scholars member
    Fraternity officer
     
  2. Jcleppe

    Jcleppe Member

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    You should be competitive.

    Stats look good.
    The NSCS won't really do much for you.
     
  3. -Bull-

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    For anyone who is interested:

    Application window is now open to apply for Project GO language scholarships for domestic and study abroad summer programs. Project GO universities are currently accepting applications for scholarships and programs to study critical languages during summer 2014. Deadlines and application procedures vary by university. All ROTC students in good standing are eligible to apply. Don't delay and apply for these unique opportunities before the published deadlines.



    For complete listing of programs, scholarships and deadlines, visit www.rotcprojectgo.org.



    Upcoming Application Deadlines:



    University of Virginia January 30, 2014

    Arizona State University January 31, 2014

    University of Texas, Austin January 31, 2014

    Duke University February 1, 2014

    Indiana University February 1, 2014

    Texas A&M University February 1, 2014

    University of Mississippi February 1, 2014

    University of Kansas February 10, 2014

    University of Arizona February 17, 2014

    University of Pittsburgh February 21, 2014

    University of Montana February 28, 2014



    For more information about Project GO language scholarships, e-mail projectgo@asu.edu, call 480-727-6158 and visit Project GO website www.rotcprojectgo.org.
     

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