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  1. Army Nurse Corps CPT Eric Fleming Assistant Professor of Military Science

  2. OUTLINE • Introduction to ROTC • ROTC benefits • Army benefits • Introduction to ANC

  3. Army Reserve Officer Training Corps Nursing Excellence Starts Here

  4. What is Army ROTC ? Provides opportunity for college nursing students to receive practical, hands on leadership experience . MS I Freshman MS II Sophomore MS III Junior MS IV Senior Leaders Development Accessions Course & Nurse Summer Training Program Leaders Training Course

  5. Advanced and Basic Camp • Leadership Training Course • National Advanced Leadership Camp • Not “boot camp” • Evaluation of Leadership and Basic Military Skills • Receive Pay for 35 days during summer months

  6. Nurse Summer Training Program

  7. Nurse Summer Training Program • Summer between Junior and Senior year • After LDAC • Three-week, 120 hour clinical rotation in an Army Hospital • Cadet is one-on-one with an Army Nurse preceptor/instructor • Cadet receives pay. Army pays for meals and transportation expenses

  8. After Graduation • Commissioned as a Second Lieutenant in the Army Nurse Corps • Must take and pass NCLEX within 60 days • Attend Officer Basic Course • First duty assignment • based on your input, your school and ROTC record and the needs of the Army • 95% receive one of top 3 choices

  9. Continuing Education • After one year of service you may apply to attend a clinical specialty course: • Perioperative Nursing • Critical Care Nursing • Psychiatric/Mental Health • Obstetrics and Gynecology

  10. Continuing Education • Once you obtain career status you may also apply for selection to graduate degree programs: • Anesthesia Nursing • Health Care Administration • Family Nurse Practitioner • Others

  11. Non-Scholarship Students • Receives stipend of $300-$500 per month • Can elect to become Simultaneous Member with the Army National Guard or Army Reserve to receive additional financial benefits

  12. Scholarship Students • 2, 3, and 4-year scholarships available • Tuition or room and board: up to $19,000 per year • Books: $900 per year • Mandatory Fees • Stipend • School Incentives

  13. Criteria For Scholarship • US Citizen • Enroll in an accredited BSN program • Minimum GPA 2.8 • Minimum SAT 1050/ ACT 21 • Physically fit and medically qualified • Under 31 years of age on 30 June of graduation year • Good moral character

  14. Cadet Benefits • Invaluable leadership skills to prepare you for the future • Hands on experience in the Nurse Summer Training Program (NSTP) • Financial Assistance for College

  15. Army Benefits • Experience • Medical Care • Housing Allowance Based on Living Area • Relocation Allowance • Allowance for Meals • 30 Days Paid Vacation Annually

  16. Annual Pay • Initially : $38,315 • 2 Years : $47,843 • 3 Years : $53,059 • 4 Years : $61,520 • Retire : 20 Years + 1 Day

  17. Continued Education • 60% of Army Nurses have a Master’s Degree • 10% of Army Nurses have a Doctoral Degree

  18. SUMMARY • Introduction to ROTC • ROTC benefits • Army benefits • Introduction to ANC

  19. Questions

  20. Contacts Eric D. Fleming Captain, WSU AROTC Assistant Professor of Military Science (509) 335-6609 fleminge@wsu.edu