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Academic Support of JROTC Instructors and Their Leadership Academies. Gene Rice Tel: 540.300.7407 [email protected] Academic Support of JROTC Instructors & Their Leadership Academies. JROTC INSTRUCTOR UNIVERSITY CREDITS. COLLEGE CREDITS

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Academic Support

of JROTC

Instructors and Their

Leadership Academies

Gene Rice

Tel: 540.300.7407

[email protected]

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Academic Support of JROTC Instructors

& Their Leadership Academies

JROTC INSTRUCTOR UNIVERSITY CREDITS

COLLEGE CREDITS

FOR CADETS Leadership Academies

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Agenda

JROTC Instructor Education Support

Degree & Certificate Programs

Funding

How We Help

College Credits for Cadets Program

What Is It?

How It Works

Funding

Boys & Girls State Opportunities

jrotc instructor education support
JROTC INSTRUCTOR Education Support
  • JROTC OPPORTUNITIES
  • 15 credits for distance
  • learning courses (5)
  • 8 credits for New Instructor and In-Service Training
  • 14 additional credits
  • for other JROTC
  • Directorate or optional
  • training
  • YOUR NEEDS
  • Degrees (AGS/BGS, MLS and
  • MSE and/or Certificates)
  • Continuing Education
  • JROTC Instructor
  • Elective Credits
  • Pay Raise
  • Use YourBenefits
  • Minimal impact duties
jrotc instructor
JROTC INSTRUCTOR

DEGREE PROGRAMS

  • - AGSin‘Education Management’ and other concentrations
  • BGSin‘Teaching & Learning, Educational Management, General Business, Historical or Social Studies\' and 5 other concentrations
  • MLSin‘Teaching and Learning’
  • MSE – ‘Master of Science in Education’
  • JROTC Instructor Prep - Undergrad and Graduate Certificate
  • $187 per undergraduate or $252 per graduate credit
  • ED 289 or ED 589 One or two credits for JSOCC/or ReCert
  • $140 per credit forgraduate or undergraduate credits
jrotc instructor1
JROTC INSTRUCTOR

DEGREE PROGRAMS (cont.)

  • BA/BS in Educational, Historical,
  • Health Education and other studies
  • $207 per undergraduate credit
  • - AAS Liberal Studies
  • BS Liberal Studies
  • MA Liberal Studies
  • $355 per undergraduate credit
  • $490 per graduate credit
university courses for instructors
University Courses for Instructors

Contemporary American Education 3 credits

Educational Psychology 3 credits

Secondary/Instructional Methods 3 credits

Classroom Management 3 credits

Learning and the Brain 3 credits

The Good Teacher (awaiting final approval – Fall 2014) 3 credits

Educational Leadership Development (NIOT/ITC) 3 credits

Relationships in Learning (Advanced/ReCert) 3 credits

Emotional Intelligence 3 credits

Thinking Maps 3 credits

Personal Responsibility 3 credits

Current Perspectives in Education 3 credits

Anger Management (w/ASU) 3 credits

Incorporating Change in Education (w/ASU) 1 or 2 credits

jrotc instructor2
JROTC INSTRUCTOR

DEGREE PROGRAMS

  • 25% of an Associate’s Degree
  • 20% of a Bachelor’s Degree
  • NEW!! 50% of a Master’s of Science in Education (Fort Hays State University)
  • 60% of an MLS Degree in “Teaching and Learning’ (Fort Hays State University)

Your Instructor Credits Can Earn You . . .

notional mse course list
Notional MSE Course List

AEP 821 Educational Psychology*

AEP 880 Cultural Diversity

AEP 822 Classroom Management*

TESS 805 Working with Diverse and Exceptional Learners

AEP 823 Secondary Methods*

AEP 800 Introduction to Utilization of Technology in Classrooms

AEP 824 Learning and the Brain*

AEP 803 Educational Research

AEP 825 Thinking Maps*

AEP 859 Curriculum Planning and Evaluation

AEP 826 The Good Teacher (Pending its approval by FHSU)*

AEP 855 Educational Leadership

*FHSU Instructor Credit Courses

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FUNDING OPTIONS

Your Benefits . . .

Troops to Teachers

VA GI Bill

(MGIB or Post-9/11)

Vocational Rehabilitation

  • Register yourself NOW at www.proudtoserveagain. com
  • Submit all required documents
  • Then Call the TTT National Office Do it TODAY!
  • $5,000 possible stipend
  • Must sign up prior to signing JROTC Contract to be fully eligible.
  • EVERYONE, regardless, inquire for yourself NOW!
  • Expires 10-15 Years after retirement
  • 36 to 48 months of benefits (approx. $60K+)
  • MGIB Ch 30 best for JROTC Instructor
  • Post 9/11, Ch 33 effective 1 Oct 2011 BAH for DL Learners enrolled >51% $714.50
  • (read fine print!!)
  • 20% disability rating
  • Associate/Bachelor Degree and rarely Master’s courses
  • Normally 12 year limit for use – some exceptions
  • If you’ve given Ch 33 to your kids, you are not penalized with the month for month substitution rule

TTT National Office

1–800–231–6242

VA Education Rep

1–888– 442–4551

montgomery and post 911 gi bill
Montgomery and Post 911 GI Bill

MGIB Chapter 30

  • Expires 10 Years after retirement
  • 36 months of benefits (approx. $59K+)
  • MGIB Chap 30 may be best for JROTC Instructor – COMPARE Your Options

Post 9-11 Chapter 33

  • Expires 15 Years after retirement
  • BAH for DL Learners enrolled >51%
  • Read fine print!!

Call – VA Rep to determine benefits: 1– 888 – 442 - 4551

vocational rehabilitation chapter 31
Vocational Rehabilitation Chapter 31
  • Normally expires 12 Years after retirement or after first rating
  • 36 months of benefits
  • Pays books and stipend
  • Strong success at Associate and Bachelor level with some Master’s degrees funded
  • Normally 20% or higher disability rating but some 10% have had success obtaining funding
  • APPLY!
troops to teachers
Troops to Teachers
  • Program has drastically changed effective 2 January 2013.
  • Must have applied/enrolled before first day of class or signing contract to teach.
  • If you still have Post 911 GI Bill don’t expect to receive TTT funds.
  • Register yourself NOW at www.proudtoserveagain.com
  • Submit all required documents
  • Then Call the TTT National Office and ask for Sandy Thompson! and ONLY Sandy Thompson!
  • Call the National - not State - Troops to Teachers Office

1 – 800 – 231 – 6242

tuition comparisons cost per credit hour
Tuition Comparisons(Cost per Credit Hour)

www.leadershipcredit.info

All at NO fee to the JROTC Program or Instructor

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How We Help

  • Personalized Assistance
  • Degree completion - Associates, Bachelors, or Masters
  • 41 graduate or undergraduate credits available from JROTC
  • required seminars/on-line educational experiences
  • Total VA educational benefit opportunities
  • Facilitate transcript evaluations
  • Personal comprehensive education plan
  • Choice of military friendly, regionally accredited
  • colleges and universities

RTG & Associates

EDUCATIONAL SERVICES

All at NO fee to the JROTC Program or Instructor

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COLLEGE CREDITS

FOR CADETS Leadership Academies

RTG & Associates

EDUCATIONAL SERVICES

HEAD START

TO A COLLEGE EDUCATION

you are a college program for high school students
YOU ARE A COLLEGE PROGRAM FOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS!

VIA

  • 15 courses/39 credits to select from
  • Regionally Accredited for Nation-

wide transfer – highest form of

recognition for most colleges /

universities. The Gold Standard!

  • Cost: $60 /credit

http://www.adams.edu/extended_studies/undergrad/rtg/rtg.php

college credits for cadets
COLLEGE CREDITS FOR CADETS

Academic Leadership Courses

Health, Wellness and Physical Fitness 2 credits

Community Service Learning, ‘An American Ethic’ 2 credits *

Personal Financial Management 2 credits *

Character Education 2 credits *

Citizenship 3 credits *

College Options 1 or 3 credits

American Veterans-Profiles in Leadership 3 credits *

Cultural and Global Studies 1, 2, or 3 credits

Military Historical Staff Ride 3 credits

Basic Leadership Experiences (JrYr) 3 credits

American Defense Policies and Leadership (Sr Yr) 3 credits

Fundamentals in Aviation: a Pilot’s Perspective (Honors only) 3 credits

Introduction to Space Exploration 3 credits

American Leader Research Development Project 1 credit

American History and Its Veterans: 1890 through Today 3 credits

* Has associated 10-15 hr Community Service Learning Education Project

http://www.adams.edu/extended_studies/undergrad/rtg/rtg.php

college credits for your high school students
COLLEGE CREDITS FOR YOUR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS

INSTRUCTORS DECIDE HOW TO MAP COURSES

TO THEIR LOCAL CURRICULUM EXECUTION

(No changes to your existing Leadership Curriculum!)

Course descriptions are

available at Program Website:

www.leadershipcredit.info/jrotc-leadership-credits

easy as

1

2

3

EASY AS . . .

  • Completes semester
  • Gets Course Approval
  • Registers/pays ASU
  • Notifies Instructor
  • *Former cadets eligible
  • Approves student for course
  • After registration, emails RTG grade report to ASU professor of record
  • *All students on one grade report
  • Professor reviews grade report and submits grades to ASU
  • ASU automatically provides free personal transcript
  • *Additional transcripts available upon request

ASU

STUDENT

INSTRUCTOR

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ASU Transcript

  • Free Personal Copy
  • Official Copies On Request

Sample Adams State University Transcript

funding credits for cadets
FUNDING CREDITS FOR CADETS

SCHOLARSHIPS & GRANTS

Business Leaders Support

Military Staff Rides

Civic Leaders Sponsor

Citizenship Courses

Banks/Credit Unions Support

NEFE Courses

Churches Sponsor

Character Ed Courses

Alumni Networks

Grants – Contact LTC Stan Brown Dade County Schools,

FL for samples – ‘How To’ info

Possible Title 1 Funds at our school

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ADAMS STATE UNIVERSITY FOUNDATION

TAX DEDUCTIBLE DONATIONS

  • Effective Summer 2014
  • Tax Deductible Donations accepted for designated Leadership Programs (Local JROTC Programs, High Schools, School Districts, and other appropriate venues)
  • 100% of funds expended for your program’s tuition needs based upon donor’s designation
  • Your Instructor Team determines who receives the scholarship(s) for your donor’s scholarships
  • Absolutely No fees or charges, unless for long term endowment donations at 1 % per year*

(*large donations funded as annual scholarships where interest pays the scholarship)

  • Transparency and accountability to your program
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COLLEGE CREDITS FOR CADETS

CADET BENEFITS

  • Provides more competitive college admission status
  • Lowers total college tuition costs
  • Accelerates college education
  • Enhances student resume
  • Student future Service enlistment advantages
  • Free personal transcript
  • Credits transferable to colleges nationwide
  • Credits low cost ($60 per credit hour for all courses)

[Passed 4,000 course registrations Spring 2014]

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COLLEGE CREDITS FOR CADETS

PROGRAM BENEFITS

  • Enhances program recruitment/retention
  • Elevates program academic recognition
  • Choice of 15 courses to map to your curriculum
  • Minimal additional Instructor effort
  • Teaming opportunity with your History Department
  • Partnership opportunities with local colleges

[Passed 4,000 course registrations Spring 2014]

testimonial
TESTIMONIAL

“RTG & Associate’s Leadership Credits Program is invaluable!”

“Many of our college bound cadets are interested or already registered.”

“…nothing but positive responses from parents.”

“…adds an extra dimension to our JROTC program. “

“…helping students prepare for their future.”

“Thank you for all of your help and for giving these students a head start.”

Terry L. Webster, Lt. Col, USAF (retired)

Senior Aerospace Science Instructor

March, 2010

high schools with cadets regular students earning credits
HIGH SCHOOLS WITH CADETS & REGULAR STUDENTS EARNING CREDITS

REFERENCE LIST AVAILABLE

Hohenfels HS Hohenfels Germany

Vilseck HS Vilseck Germany

Yerba Buena HS San Jose, CA

Holmes County HS Bonifay, FL

Hagerty HS Chuluota, FL

Cocoa HS Cocoa Beach, FL

South Plantation HS Ft. Lauderdale FL

American Senior HS Hialeah, FL

Matanzas HS Palm Coast FL

Pompano Beach HS Pompano Beach, FL

Harper HS Chicago, IL

high schools with cadets earning credits
HIGH SCHOOLS WITH CADETS EARNING CREDITS

REFERENCE LIST AVAILABLE

Allen Central HS Eastern KY

Warren Central HS Bowling Green KY

Allen Central HS Grethel, KY

East Ridge HS Lick Creek, KY

South Beauregard HS Longville, LA

Sacopee Valley HS Hiram, ME

John F. Kennedy HS Taylor, MI

Lame Deer HS Lame Deer, MT

East Duplin HS Beulaville, NC

South Brunswick HS South-Port , NC

South Columbus HS Tabor City, NC

Winston-Salem/ Winston Salem, NC

Forsyth Cty HS

high schools with cadets earning credits1
HIGH SCHOOLS WITH CADETS EARNING CREDITS

REFERENCE LIST AVAILABLE

Las Cruces HS Las Cruces, NM

Bonanza HS Las Vegas, NV

Xavier HS Brooklyn, NY

Hutchinson Central Tech HS Buffalo, NY

Minisink Valley HS Unionville, NY

Wyandanch HS Wyandanch, NY

Northwest Classen HS Oklahoma City, OK

Barnwell HS Barnwell, SC

Ravenwood HS Brentwood, TN

Red Bank HS Chattanooga, TN

Thomas A. Edison HS San Antonio, TX

Orange County HS Orange, VA

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Boys and Girls State

Educational

Opportunities

contact us
CONTACT US

Gene Rice

NAVY/MARINE/USAF Director

[email protected]

Tel: 540.300.7407

www.leadershipcredit.info

Harold Tucker

Army Director

[email protected]

Tel: 501.859.6113

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