Florida Tech ROTC To Hold Panther Challenge March 29

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TECH ROTC units AMONG BEST IN NATION

The mission of the Reserve Officers' Training Corps is to produce the future officer leadership of the United States Army. The Military Science program at Florida Tech is a four-year elective program that can earn a student, male or female, a commission in the Active Army, the U.S. Army Reserve, or the Army National Guard. Army ROTC is an elective course that provides a combination of academics and hands on training. Learn More

The mission of the Reserve Officers’ Training Corps is to produce the future officer leadership of the United States Army. The Military Science program at Florida Tech is a four-year elective program that can earn a student, male or female, a commission in the Active Army, the U.S. Army Reserve, or the Army National Guard. Army ROTC is an elective course that provides a combination of academics and hands on training. (Florida Tech image)

BREVARD COUNTY • MELBOURNE, FLORIDA – The Florida Institute of Technology ROTC will conduct its first ever Panther Challenge on March 29.

The Army ROTC program at the Florida Institute of Technology is not only academically demanding, but also is well known throughout the nation as one of the top ROTC units.  (Florida Tech image)

The Army ROTC program at the Florida Institute of Technology is not only academically demanding, but also is well known throughout the nation as one of the top ROTC units. (Florida Tech image)

The all-day event of ROTC activities includes a briefing about ROTC and scholarship opportunities, an excursion to the world-class ROTC Leadership Reaction Course which is an obstacle Course in Fellsmere, and a complementary lunch with prizes for all participants.

Panther Challenge is open to all interested Florida Tech and other local college students who plan on attending Florida Tech their junior year or for their master’s degree.

Due to the limited number of available slots, students must fill out a registration form to be selected. Each qualifying student may bring one additional friend or family member.

Those interested in learning more about ROTC, pursuing scholarship opportunities and a U.S. Army career should visit the ROTC website. Registration forms are available at the ROTC office (the previous psychology building) in room 114.

Online registration will be available March 3 -23 on the ROTC website.

For more information contact Lt. Charles Smith at 321-674-7438, charlessmith@fit.edu; or Sybil Caldwell at 321-674-8094 or at caldwells@fit.edu


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