Did a year of college with it and well here I am now.
I can help you out on what they want to see in your essays and what you can expect from the process if you have any questions. The enlisted man is the backbone of the Marine Corps and "becoming more" really belittles people who went enlisted. You need to show your humility and understand you are only as good as the people you lead.
She reasoned that I was the one they looked up to so if they were doing something improper, more than likely they picked up from me.
From then on I kept a careful watch on how I acted and what I said in front of them, I had to lead them to become better than anything I could ever be.
The majority of the books I read dealt with honor, courage, and loyalty.
I have tried to incorporate those values in my everyday life, but I felt that I could not truly do that with the tools I currently had in the civilian world.
I am applying for an NROTC scholarship for college starting in Summer of 2016.
On my application, I have been given these two questions:"1.
My responsibility grew even more when my mother was deported and we went to live with our paternal grandmother, who is seventy-one and works full-time at a plant nursery.
I learned the meaning of hard work by helping my grandmother with my siblings by cook, clean, do the laundry, and walking to the store for groceries whenever she needed something, in addition to maintaining my grades in school.