ROTC Cadets receive hands-on training in rappelling, outdoor survival, first aid, land navigation (map reading), marksmanship, tactics, and other basic military skills. Below are just a select few of potential training opportunities available.
U.S. Army Specialized Training
Qualified cadets have a multitude of exciting opportunities. You could learn to become a paratrooper, jumping out airplanes. Become air assault qualified, rappelling from helicopters. Learn to dive in tactile scenarios at the Army's dive school. Learn to survive the elements and the outdoors at mountaineering or cold weather survival training!
U.S. Army ROTC Internships
Cadets can apply for internships reserved only for ROTC! Internships could vary from assisting the command teams in Germany and Hawaii, to working at the Pentagon for some time in the summer. Cadets in engineering and medical fields also have the chance of interning with the Army Corps of Engineers or the Army Medical Department. These internships are competitively awarded across the nation and the Dauntless Battalion has a strong history of cadets who were selected each year.
Project Global Officer
Project GO is a Department of Defense initiative aimed at improving the language skills, regional expertise, and intercultural communication skills of future military officers. Cadets can win a scholarship to study over 15 different languages domestically or abroad.