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Navy Nuclear Power Program (for guidance counselors and parents)
Navy Nuclear Power Program (for guidance counselors and parents)
Navy Nuclear Power Program (for guidance counselors and parents)
Navy Nuclear Power Program (for guidance counselors and parents)
Navy Nuclear Power Program (for guidance counselors and parents)
Navy Nuclear Power Program (for guidance counselors and parents)
Navy Nuclear Power Program (for guidance counselors and parents)
Navy Nuclear Power Program (for guidance counselors and parents)
Navy Nuclear Power Program (for guidance counselors and parents)
Navy Nuclear Power Program (for guidance counselors and parents)
Navy Nuclear Power Program (for guidance counselors and parents)
Navy Nuclear Power Program (for guidance counselors and parents)
Navy Nuclear Power Program (for guidance counselors and parents)
Navy Nuclear Power Program (for guidance counselors and parents)
Navy Nuclear Power Program (for guidance counselors and parents)
Navy Nuclear Power Program (for guidance counselors and parents)
Navy Nuclear Power Program (for guidance counselors and parents)
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Navy Nuclear Power Program (for guidance counselors and parents)

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Chemistry, Physics, Algebra, Cum Laude, Summa Cum Laude, Magna Cum Laude, Student Government, Key Club, National Honor Society... If you're a student (High School or College) and you have the above …

Chemistry, Physics, Algebra, Cum Laude, Summa Cum Laude, Magna Cum Laude, Student Government, Key Club, National Honor Society... If you're a student (High School or College) and you have the above background, you may qualify for the Navy's Nuclear Power Program! Contact Navy Recruiting Station Fargo to schedule an interview...

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  • 2. Overview<br />NF candidates must be U.S. citizens less than 25 years old at the time of enlistment, a high school diploma graduate with successful completion of one year of Algebra, and able to meet security clearance requirements.<br />Must achieve a qualifying score on the ASVAB ( A score of 75-99 is a good range)<br />Active duty obligation is six years. Applicants must enlist for four years and concurrently execute an agreement to extend their enlistment for 24 months to accommodate the additional training involved.<br /> Personnel selected for nuclear training enter the Navy in paygrade E-3. Accelerated advancement to paygrade E-4 is authorized after personnel complete all advancement-in-rate requirements (to include minimum time in rate) and “A” School, provided eligibility in the NF Program is maintained.<br />eligible for added submarine duty incentive pay from the day they graduate from nuclear training.<br />
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  • 9. Navy Nuclear Training<br />
  • 10. Submarine Force <br />Two classes: SSBN and SSN<br />Crews of 15 officers and 148 enlisted men, roughly. <br />Closed-Circuit Television, library, lounge, and physical fitness accommodations. <br />On SSBNs, the average ratio is 77 days at sea to 35 days in port; “Blue &amp; Gold” Teams. <br />SSNs conduct intelligence, surveillance, and Reconnaissance missions; support battle group operations and engage in mine warfare. <br />
  • 11. The Aircraft Carrier<br />Aircraft carriers exercise the Navy core capabilities of power projection, forward presence, humanitarian assistance, deterrence, sea control and maritime security.<br />Gyms, libraries, internet, satellite television, phones, ships store. <br />80+ aircraft, 6,000 personnel embarked, the length of 4-football fields. <br />Travel’s at the speed of 35 + MPH and has served in every major battle since WWII.<br />
  • 12. Life after the Navy!<br />The Naval Nuclear Propulsion Program embodies unsurpassed engineering and sustained excellence that few technical programs in or out of government can claim.  In every area of performance, standards, safety, and environmental care, the Naval Nuclear Propulsion Program has excelled. – Former President Bill Clinton<br />As a young submarine officer and later as President of the United States, I was privileged to work for and then with Admiral Hyman Rickover.  No one has made a greater contribution to our nation&apos;s security and scientific progress than this extraordinary man.  As one of the greatest engineers of all time, he used extraordinary vision, intensity of purpose, and superb technical skills to orchestrate the use of nuclear energy--both for peaceful uses and for the preservation of world peace. – Former President Jimmy Carter<br />
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  • 15. Navy Distance Learning Degree Partnerships exclusive to the Navy Nuclear Power Program <br />Bismarck State College – AAS Electric Power Technology, AAS Nuclear Power Technology, AAS Power Plant Technology, AAS Process Plant Technology<br />Excelsior College - AS Technology (Nuclear Technologies), BS Nuclear Engineering Technology<br />Old Dominion University – BSET General Engineering Technology (Electromechanical Systems), BSET Mechanical Engineering Technology (Nuclear Engineering Technology)<br />Thomas Edison State College – AS Applied Science and Technology (Nuclear Engineering Technology), BS Applied Science and Technology (Nuclear Engineering Technology)<br />*** Other partnerships are available in the fields of Sociology, Business, Management, Interdisciplinary Studies, Organizational Leadership, Economics, General Studies, and Human Resource Management (HR). ***<br />To view all distance learning degree programs view the following site:https://www.navycollege.navy.mil/ratings.cfm<br />
  • 16. What kind of job or salary could I expect after the Navy? <br />Nuclear Power Reactor Operators - $34.93 hourly, $72,650 Annually. Growth between 2008-2018 is expected to grow faster than average at a rate of 14% - 19%.<br />Nuclear Technicians - $32.37 hourly, $67,340 Annually. Growth between 2008-2018 is expected to grow average at a rate of 7% - 13%. <br />Nuclear Engineers - $46.59 hourly, $96,910 Annually. Growth between 2008-2018 is expected to grow average at a rate of 7% - 13%. <br />*** All of these fields require either an Associate or Bachelor’s degree in addition to, RELATED WORK EXPERIENCE! Find out more about related occupations at: http://online.onetcenter.org/<br />
  • 17. Questions &amp; Comments?<br />Navy Recruiting Station Fargo<br />1102 43rd St SW Suite C<br />Fargo, ND 58103 <br />(701) 277-1198<br />Phillip.durio@navy.mil<br />Find us @ Fargo Station<br />

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