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National Guard, ROTC Announce Opportunities for Students


The Pennsylvania Army National Guard and ROTC program have numerous opportunities to help young men and women expand their futures. “We can help you pay for Penn College and we can give you real-life experience in more than 100 job fields, including military intelligence, the medical field and computer technology,” said Sgt. 1st Class Chris Lownes. “We need intelligent, motivated young people who want to serve their country, are tired of the ‘same old thing’ and want to make a change in their lives for the better. On top of paying for college, we’re going to give you a $20,000 sign-up bonus. We’re going to pay back up to $20,000 of your student loans, and, if you qualify, we’ll give you approximately $800 for two days of work a month. I know this sounds unbelievable, but it is true!” More information is available online, or by contacting Lownes via e-mail.

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