The direct, hands-on experience you receive in ROTC training won’t be found anywhere else. You will be given significant responsibilities very early in your nursing career.
An officer is a leader. That’s why leadership and managerial training are stressed in ROTC. The Army provides Nursing students with unique training to develop the kinds of skills that will help them take charge.
There is no mystery about how to get ahead in the Army Nurse Corps. Promotions are based on performance, and the career path is clear-cut. You’ll be given the opportunity to progress in rank as your nursing proficiency and effective leadership traits are demonstrated.
As an Army nurse, you’re a vital member of the health care team. You’ve trained to meet problems head on and solve them quickly, always adapting to the situation and taking charge. You are a thinker and decision-maker, earning the respect of your colleagues and the people who work for you.
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