Project Global Officer

The 2016 Project Global Officer (Project GO) programs have been announced! 25 institutions are offering fully-funded programs in 14 critical languages at home or abroad. Project GO languages now include Indonesian, Japanese, and Portuguese. Project GO is a collaborative initiative that promotes critical language education, study abroad, and intercultural dialogue opportunities through language study scholarships for ROTC students. The application window for most programs is November 1, 2015 to February 1, 2016. Please browse the Project GO website for details on programs and eligibility requirements. If you have any questions, view the FAQs or Contact Us page!

How  to apply: http://www.rotcprojectgo.org/how-apply

 

ROTC Flagship Initiative

Building on the success of The Language Flagship program and the Project Global Officers (Project GO) initiative, NSEP launched the ROTC Flagship initiative in 2011. This initiative seeks to address strategic language and cultural needs for future U.S. military officers by increasing the number of ROTC students achieving professional-level proficiency (ILR Level 3) in languages critical to national security. ROTC Flagship students fulfill all ROTC requirements and complete academic majors such as international affairs, regional studies, science and technology, engineering, and other relevant fields.

For more information about the initiative or application, please directly contact the Flagship program of your choice.

 

Air Force Foreign Language Flagship Scholarship Program

The Air Force Foreign Language Flagship Scholarship Program is a joint initiative between Air Force ROTC and the Defense Language and National Security Education Office (DLNSEO). Air Force ROTC will award a maximum of 4-year scholarships and DLNSEO will provide funding for the fifth academic year for intensive study abroad as well as cover attendance to Flagship approved summer intensive language programs, as needed, to Air Force ROTC students who successfully qualify into one of the eligible Flagship Programs.

The program is designed to allow Air Force ROTC students enrolled at a Flagship institution to study at one of the eligible Language Flagship centers focusing on Arabic, Chinese, Hindi-Urdu, Korean, Persian, Portuguese, Russian, Swahili, and Turkish with the goal of Interagency Language Roundtable (ILR) Level 3 proficiency upon completion of the program.

For additional information on the Air Force Foreign Language Flagship Scholarship Program, contact Mr. Jack Sanders at (334)953-2754, jack.sanders@maxwell.af.mil, Capt Ken Wu at (334)953-3408, ken.wu@us.af.mil, or Ms. Pearlene Patterson at (334)953-7945, pearlene.patterson@us.af.mil.

 

Army Foreign Language Flagship Scholarship Program

Army Cadet Command, in partnership with the Defense Language and National Security Education Office (DLNSEO), offers scholarships to Army Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) students who enroll at one of the eligible Language Flagship centers focusing on Arabic, Chinese, Hindi-Urdu, Korean, Persian, Portuguese, Russian, Swahili, and Turkish with the goal of Interagency Language Roundtable (ILR) Level 3 proficiency upon completion of the program.

The Army will provide dedicated scholarships to ROTC students participating in The Language Flagship programs. These scholarships will provide support during the school year. DLNSEO will provide funding for the Flagship Overseas Capstone year, as well as cover attendance to Flagship approved summer intensive language programs to qualified ROTC students.

Army ROTC students who wish to participate in The Language Flagship must apply through their university’s established process. The Army Foreign Language Flagship Scholarship applications will be centrally processed by Army Cadet Command and interviewed and boarded by Professors of Military Science under the current guidelines.

For additional information on the scholarship program, contact Mr. Ray Causey at (502) 624-5404, windle.r.causey.civ@mail.mil, or Mr. Joseph O’Donnell at (502)624-7046, joseph.f.odonnell3.civ@mail.mil.