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How do I get Recruiting Command Volunteers?
Recruiting Command Memorandum of Understanding - PowerPoint Document
Following is a scanned copy of the signed agreement between Junior Achievement and the U.S. Army Recruiting Command. This is your authorization to proceed in initiating contact with the Recruiting Command in your area. Print this page to view the MOU.
National Military Role Model Presentation - PowerPoint Document
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Here is where you will find a direct link to Army Recruiters in your areas.
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as you proceed through the Army website.
Program Guidelines: Recruiters should be placed in high school programs.
Click on the web link provided to connect to the Army http://www.goarmy.com.
Next, click on "Find a Recruiter", located on the top menu bar.
Enter the zip code for the location in which you are searching for a Recruiter, click on "Find Local US Recruiters", and you will be given the address and phone number for the local Recruiting Office.
Per the Army Recruiting Command Program Strategy/Letter of Intent, your point of contact is the Education Services Specialist at the Recruiting Battalion.
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