Spring 2013 Shadow Day
Interested in learning about becoming a United States Air Force Officer? Curious to find out
what it’s like to be part of one of the most dynamic and enriching leadership programs at
North Carolina State University? Want to know how to get involved with scholarship
opportunities, make great friends, and have opportunities most will never see?
Air Force ROTC Detachment 595 will host "Shadow Day," an opportunity for high school seniors and juniors interested in N.C. State University's Air Force ROTC program to come "shadow" a cadet and experience daily life as both a student and cadet. The day begins with attending an informational session with our Detachment Commander in the morning. Then you will accompany a cadet as he or she attends classes and goes to lunch. You will have the opportunity to experience campus and get a feel for the daily routine of being enrolled at N.C. State as a cadet in Air Force ROTC. Finally, you will also have the chance to talk to Active Duty officers of various career fields and learn what opportunities await you if you choose to pursue a career in the United States Air Force!
This spring we will host a Shadow Day; registration for this event is linked below with the event being held March 20, 2013. Only high school juniors and seniors (and their parents/guardians) are eligible to attend. Please check this page regularly for further updates. If you have any questions, please send an email to email@example.com
The Spring Shadow day is now at full capacity and not accepting any new applications.
Shadow Day Registration Form
-Experience NC State student and cadet life for a day
-Learn about the Air Force ROTC program and scholarships
Where to Begin...
If you are thinking about joining the Air Force ROTC program and possibly becoming a commissioned officer in the world's most powerful air force, you've come to the right place. Here, you will find information on the Air Force ROTC program, its requirements, and what you can expect to get out of it while attending college. We'll tell you all about our detachment, what its like to be a cadet, and introduce you to our cadre. And don't forget that Air Force ROTC offers many scholarship opportunities to high school and college students who are considering careers in the United States Air Force!
- A Note From the Commander
- Learn about the Air Force ROTC Program
- Learn about Detachment 595
- Field Training Exercise at Seymour Johnson Air Force Base
- Learn about NCSU (external link)
- Talk to us
N.C. State University has an outstanding Air Force ROTC (AFROTC) program which
currently has about 115 students from many different backgrounds. AFROTC
instruction focuses on teamwork, leadership, and communication. Whether you choose
to enter the Air Force or a civilian occupation, all three of these traits will be
extremely valuable to you! AFROTC is a fun and challenging program that allows
students to take part in activities that enable them to mature and grow as future
leaders. Upon graduation with a bachelors degree and completion of the AFROTC
curriculum, Detachment 595 cadets commission as second lieutenants in the worlds
most respected Air and Space Force!