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What makes the Cadet stand out among his/her peers?

Cadet Jeneva Robison is currently the Cadet Battalion S3. While a dual major, she is able to actively contribute to the battalion by planning the long- and short-range calendars. She is able to manage the tasks while maintaining her high academic GPA. CDT Robison is also involved with the Pershing Rifles at the University. Physically fit, she is also a member of the Ranger Challenge team.

Cadet Robinson is an outstanding Cadet and will always get the task done.

In the Cadet's Own Words:

I came into college lacking direction in my own life. I joined because I wanted more out of my college experience and I wanted to know what it meant to be an Army leader. I saw Cadets on campus and in my classes and I wanted that for myself. Once I got involved into the program I was hooked. I plan to stay in the Army for my career and work in the Criminal Investigation Command (CID) department of the Military Police.

I am motivated by a daily desire to improve myself and my team. My own past experiences have built this desire to be the leader to others that I had not had. I believe that I am as strong as the women next to me; that motto fuels my passion to pour into others.

How do you manage Army ROTC and your other college commitments?

A lot of trial and error. I front loaded my academics along with participating in as many extra-curricular as possible as an underclassmen. I am thankful for the discipline instilled in myself from the beginning of my college career; to get the school work done and then focus on preparing myself to accomplish tasks required during Army ROTC. I credit my mentor with teaching me the value of hard work and commitment to the things you set out to accomplish.

Failure just is not an option. I am constantly moving, however I enjoy my fast pace life.

About Army ROTC

Army ROTC is one of the best leadership courses in the country and is part of your college curriculum. Through classes and field training, Army ROTC provides you with the tools to become an Army Officer without interfering with your other classes. ROTC also provides you with discipline and money for tuition while enhancing your college experience.

Army ROTC offers pathways to becoming an Army Officer for high school students, current active duty Soldiers, and for current National Guard and Army Reserve Soldiers through the Simultaneous Membership Program.

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