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All guidance counselors need to take a look at this presentation. There is a lot of money available for students to attend college. I know counselors' jobs are impossible and this presentation will ...

All guidance counselors need to take a look at this presentation. There is a lot of money available for students to attend college. I know counselors' jobs are impossible and this presentation will assist them with answers for students who want to attend college, but cannot afford college.
Questions? Contact Spc. Darryl Stott at 317-938-0497 or darryl.stott@us.army.mil

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    • SPC DARRYL STOTT
    • There are opportunities for students who: Excel in school but do not have the financial means to pay for college. Do not want to attend college after high school Struggle in school and are not suited for college Will not complete high school
    •  The IANG will pay up to 100% of your college tuition to any State College. This includes:  Purdue University  Indiana University  Indiana State University  Ball State University  Ivy Tech  Vincennes University **If students wish to attend private institutions, then the IANG will pay the equivalent of the cost of 100% tuition to a State College.
    •  In addition to paying students’ college tuition, the INARNG will send students a monthly allowance of up to $333 for expenses - about $11,000 over a three-year period. This money is sent DIRECTLY to the students (not to the school) to spend on books, supplies-or anything they want
    •  This is a supplement to the Montgomery GI Bill and pays students up to $350 per month in living expenses- up to $12,600 over 36 months. Students need to apply and qualify for this program. In order to qualify, students must ◦ Attend an accredited school ◦ Be a traditional (part-time) Army National Guard soldier in an active drilling status ◦ Be eligible beginning the day you join the Army National Guard (ASVAB score) ◦ Remain in the Guard during the complete term of your college courses
    • 2012 Cost of Attendance without a scholarship from PUPurdue UniversityTuition, room and board, fees $20,278.00Tuition assistance from INARNG - 9,900.00Montgomery GI Bill ($333/month) - 3,996.00Kicker (based on ASVAB; up to $350/month) - 4,200.00Drill Pay (based on E-1 rank $199/month) - 2,388.00Total Cost of Attendance -$206.00**after the first year, students do not have to live in the residence halls of most state institutions. Also the drill pay will increase. Student could also receive financial aid, Stafford Loan from the FAFSA and scholarships from PU. The total cost will only look better and better.
    • 2012 Cost of AttendanceFranklin CollegeTuition, room and board, fees $35,185.00Minimum Academic scholarship - 7,000.00Tuition assistance from INARNG - 9,900.00Montgomery GI Bill ($333/month) - 3,996.00Kicker (based on ASVAB; up to $350/month) - 4,200.00Drill Pay (based on E-1 rank $199/month) - 2,388.00Total Cost of Attendance $7,701.00**If students can commute, then subtract $7,950. The cost of attendance would be free. Also the drill pay will increase. There is no financial aid from FAFSA added to this figure or Stafford Loan. The Stafford Loan would make the Cost of Attendance $2,201. Also, students could receive more than a $7,000 scholarship.
    • Pay Grade Less than 2 Over 2 Over 3 Over 4 Over 6 2012 Military Pay Chart E-7 356 390 405 425 440 E-6 309 340 355 370 385E-5**Rank 283 303 316 331 355 during ROTC E-4 260 272 288 303 315 E-3 234 249 264 264 264 E-2 222 222 222 222 222 E-1 199 199 199 199 199
    •  Army ROTC is an elective curriculum students take along with their required college courses. Upon graduation from their respected university, students are commissioned as a 2nd Lieutenant in the United States Army or Army National Guard. Students receive: ◦ High-Level leadership, management, and communications training ◦ Problem-solving and strategic skill development ◦ Scholarships available ◦ Monthly paycheck ◦ Guaranteed full-time or part-time job ◦ Experience to go along with a college degree
    •  Must be a full-time student with 12 or more credit hours Must complete bachelor’s degree for commission Must maintain a 2.0 or higher GPA Pass entrance physical Be able to obtain a security clearance Be a United States Citizen
    •  Drill: First 2 years with University ROTC; Last 2 years with the Unit of your choice (Job Shadow) Non-Deployable (TAG Stabilization Policy) Paid as an E-5 Sergeant Monthly pay for Montgomery GI Bill/Kicker/ROTC Stipend Opportunities to attend HOOAH Schools – Airborne, Air Assault, Mountain Warrior
    • Freshman Sophomore•1 credit hour class; Intro to •2 credit hour class;Army Leadership Applied Leadership•Attend Physical Fitness TheoryTraining MWF 0700-0800 •Attend Physical Fitness•Attend Leadership Lab Training MWF 0700-0800Thursday 1230-1430 •Attend Leadership Lab Thursday 1230-1430 Junior Senior•3 credit hour class; •3 credit hour class;Command and Staff Training the ForceFunctions •Attend Physical Fitness•Attend Physical Fitness Training MWF 0700-0800Training MWF 0700-0800 •Attend Leadership Lab•Attend Leadership Lab Thursday 1230-1430Thursday 1230-1430
    • Freshman Year: Drill Pay $212 G.I. Bill $333Kicker $200 Total $745 Per MonthSophomore Year: Drill Pay $281 ROTC Stipend $350 G.I. Bill $333Kicker $350 Total $1214 Per MonthJunior Year: Drill Pay $294 ROTC Stipend $450 G.I. Bill $333Kicker $350 Total $1314 Per MonthSenior Year: Drill Pay $294 ROTC Stipend $500 G.I. Bill $333Kicker $350 Total $1364 Per Month
    • Students who qualify for ROTC Scholarships must: Be a US citizen Have a minimum HS GPA of 2.5 Have a minimum score of 920 on the SAT and 19 on the ACT Complete the ROTC Basic Course requirements or Basic Training Be medically and morally qualifiedThere is no limit to the number of scholarships given out each year in every state and US territory
    •  Guaranteed Reserve Forces Duty: ◦ 2, 3, or 4 Semesters; entering Junior year of college with a GPA of 2.5 or higher ◦ Pays tuition or room/board ◦ Monthly stipend ◦ Book Allowance ◦ Serve in the National Guard after commissioning ◦ Can use Montgomery GI Bill/Kicker while collecting Scholarship ◦ 8 year commitment
    •  Dedicated Army National Guard: ◦ 6 Semesters beginning sophomore year ◦ Pays tuition (Max $80,000/yr) ◦ Private College ◦ Monthly Stipend ($350 so. yr, $400 jr. yr, $500 sr. yr.) ◦ Book Allowance of $1,200 per year ◦ Serve in the National Guard after commissioning ◦ Can use Montgomery GI Bill/Kicker while collecting Scholarship ◦ 8 year commitment
    • Ball State University DePauw UniversityIndiana Wesleyan Indiana State UniversityIUPU- Ft. Wayne University of EvansvilleIUPUI University of Sou. IndianaButler University Vincennes UniversityFranklin College University of Notre DameMarian University Bethel CollegeUniversity of Indianapolis College of the Holy CrossPurdue University Saint Mary’s CollegeRose-Hulman Valparaiso UniversityIndiana University Indiana University-SB
    • 2012 Cost of Attendance without a scholarship from PUPurdue UniversityTuition, room and board, fees $20,278.00Tuition assistance from IANG - 9,900.00Montgomery GI Bill ($333/month) - 3,996.00Kicker (based on ASVAB; up to $350/month) - 4,200.00ROTC Stipend (beginning soph. yr; $350/month) - 4,200.00Drill Pay (based on E-1 rank $199/month) - 2,388.00Total Cost of Attendance ($4,406.00) OR $367.16/MONTH TO LIVE ON**after the first year, students do not have to live in the residence halls of most state institutions. Also the drill pay will increase. Student could also receive financial aid, Stafford Loan from the FAFSA and scholarships from PU. The total cost will only look better and better.
    • 2012 Cost of Attendance with minimum academic scholarshipFranklin CollegeTuition, room and board, fees $35,185.00Minimum Academic scholarship - 7,000.00Tuition assistance from IANG - 9,900.00ROTC Stipend ($350/month beginning so. year) - 4,200.00Montgomery GI Bill ($333/month) - 3,996.00Kicker (based on ASVAB; up to $350/month) - 4,200.00Drill Pay (based on E-1 rank $199/month) - 2,388.00Total Cost of Attendance $3,501.00**If students can commute, then subtract $7,950. The cost of attendance would be free. Also the drill pay will increase. There is no financial aid from FAFSA added to this figure or Stafford Loan. The Stafford Loan of $5,500 would also make the Cost of Attendance free. Also, students could receive more than a $7,000 scholarship.
    • 1. Enlist into Indiana Army National Guard2. Drill once per month until Basic Training and AIT3. Attend Basic Training and Advanced Individual Training4. Enroll into University of Choice and start training with the ROTC Program*** Can contract with ROTC when 6 semester within
    • Pay Grade Less than 2 Over 2 Over 3 Over 4 Over 6 2012 Military Pay Chart O-7 1072 1122 1146 1164 1198 O-6 795 873 931 931 934 O-5 663 747 799 809 840 O-4 572 663 706 716 757 O-3 502 570 615 671 703 O-2 435 495 570 589 601 O-1** 377 392 474 474 474Rank after ROTC
    •  Your child can serve while they are in school ◦ The commitment is only one weekend a month plus two weeks of training in the summer. This can begin at age 17. The Guard gives Soldiers an opportunity to network and earn benefits ◦ They will be eligible for benefits like health and life insurance, discount shopping privileges on base, VA home loans, and much more. Most Guard training and deployments occur near home ◦ Most weekend training takes place with a unit close to the Soldier’s home. And while Guard troops can be called up to serve overseas, they’re more often mobilized to assist during domestic emergencies or natural disasters  i.e. Hurricane Katrina
    • Split-Option EnlistmentA second and very popular option for high school juniors is the Split OptionEnlistment. As a junior in high school, you can enlist in the Army National Guardand not interrupt your high school education. You start by attending basictraining the summer after your junior year. You will return home in time forschool to begin your senior year in the fall. When you return, you will train oneweekend per month with your local Army National Guard unit. The summerfollowing your high school graduation, you will attend advanced individualtraining in the specialty you chose when you enlisted. In most cases, you willreturn in time to start college in the fall. If you are at least 17 years old, you cantake advantage of the split option enlistment program.
    • STABILIZATION POLICY
    •  Among the career fields offered in the Guard, there are over 200 jobs:  Infantry – military front line soldiers  Armor and Field Artillery - firepower  Aviation - pilots  Medical – doctors, surgeons, medics  Military Police – law enforcement  Transportation – armored trucks, CDL  Law  Logistics – Supplies soldiers with weapons, food, etc  Mechanic and Maintenance  Signal and Military Intelligence- information and communication  Engineer  Special Forces – elite Soldiers  Administrative – Accounting, Public Relations, Journalism
    • Indiana Army National Guard Darryl Stott 7015 S US 31 Indianapolis, IN 46227(just north of the Greenwood Mall) Call or text 317-938-0497 darryl.stott@us.army.mil RSID: INEN