The following opportunities are available based on your ROTC performance.
To be a paratrooper, you need special dedication and a desire to be challenged both mentally and physically. You'll learn the techniques involved in parachuting from airplanes and landing safely. The final test includes a non-assisted jump.
For more information, visit the Airborne School.
U.S. Army Air Assault School is a course designed to prepare soldiers for insertion, evacuation, and Pathfinder missions that call for the use of multipurpose transportation and assault helicopters. At Air Assault, your training focuses on the mastery of rappelling techniques and sling load procedures. These skills involve intense concentration and a commitment to safety and preparation.
For more information, visit the Air Assault School.
Situated in Fort Ethan Allen, VT, the Army Mountain Warfare School (AMWS) is designed to instruct students in Army operations in mountainous terrain. Graduates of the course get the E skill identifier as a Military Mountaineer.
Serve in lieutenant-level leadership positions in active-duty units through Cadet Troop Leader Training (CTLT). CTLT has a three or four-week duration with units that are located CONUS (Contiguous United States) and OCONUS (Outside Contiguous United States). You are assigned a unit mentor and are provided on-post lodging and meals.
For more information about CTLT, visit Cadet Leader Training.
Through the four-week Drill Cadet Leadership Training (DCLT) track, you'll have the opportunity to serve in a platoon leader or executive officer position in Initial Military Training companies and work closely with Drill Sergeants and other cadres. You will receive an opportunity to apply leadership skills, interact with highly skilled and experienced Noncommissioned Officers (NCOs) and drill sergeants, and improve common task skill proficiency in an Army training environment.
For more information about DTLT, visit Cadet Leader Training.
As an Army ROTC cadet, the world is your classroom. Every year, hundreds of cadets travel the globe, spend up to three weeks immersed in foreign cultures, learn more about how other others around the world view the U.S. and, in the process, learn more about themselves through CULP. You will have the opportunity to compete for immersion in more than 40 countries in order to expose yourself to everyday life and language in a different culture. You can experience three different venues during immersion including humanitarian service, host nation military-to-military contact, and education on the social, cultural, and historical aspects of the country.
For more information, visit Cultural Understanding and Language Proficiency (CULP).
The Nurse Summer Training Program (NSTP) is a great opportunity for students enrolled in Liberty University’s Nursing program. NSTP is a three to four-week paid preceptorship where the nursing cadet completes clinical practice under the guidance of an Army Nurse at one of nine Army hospitals.
For more information, visit Nurse Summer Training Program (NSTP).
Project GO (Global Officer) is a collaborative initiative that promotes critical language education, study abroad, and intercultural dialogue opportunities for ROTC students. Project GO programs focus on the languages and countries of the Middle East, Asia, Central Asia, Africa, and South America.
There are several other internship opportunities available through internships for the varying degree fields. Internships will be completed between the cadets junior and senior year. The Army Science Board (ASB), the Research Internship Program (RIP), and the Forensics Internship Program (FIP) are just a few of the internship opportunities available.
There are many other internships where you can gain specialized language, technical, or research skills. Internships range from three to eight weeks long. Cadets who wish to participate in an internship must meet application requirements, submit an application packet, and receive approval. Internship applications are specialized for each program offered and timelines for submission may vary.
For more information, visit Cadet Command Internships.
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For more information on joining Liberty University Army ROTC, contact:
CPT Maegan Bell
Army ROTC Recruiting Operations Manager
(434) 924-6586 (fax)