If getting paid $43,000 per year just to complete your degree piques your interest, then consider checking out the Navy Nuclear Power Program.
The program is available for students who have completed (or will be completing) a minimum of one year each of calculus-based physics, and mathematics through differential and integral calculus.
– $43,000 a year, a large portion of which is tax free.
– Full medical and dental coverage benefits.
– No uniforms. No drill. No deployments.
What the student does in return for these amazing benefits:
– Maintain a 3.3 or higher GPA.
– Graduate on time as scheduled.
– Talk to their recruiter (office location is close to Boise State) twice per month (usually over the phone).
– Serve in one of four areas within the Navy’s Nuclear Power Program.
– Minimum service obligation is 4 or 5 years depending on what area you go into.
If you would like more information about the Navy Nuclear Power Program click here or email email@example.com
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