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Prerequisites for JROTC Instructor Duty:

Officers who meet the following criteria may apply: Baccalaureate degree or higher from an accredited educational institution; retired from the Army; served last year of active duty as an Officer; retired less than 3 years, meet the Army/AJROTC height/weight/body fat standards, high standards of military bearing, appearance and moral character; no military or civilian adverse actions, (i.e. Article 15’s, Letter of Reprimands, DUI’s or other adverse/negative actions) if still on active duty, must be within six months of retirement or terminal leave date. Desirable prerequisites: a Master’s degree, teaching experience, command experience, and experience working with youth groups. Some schools expect the instructor to be certified by the state as a high school teacher or willing to work toward and achieve certification within a prescribed period.

NCOs who meet the following prerequisites may apply: Retired 3 years or less; meet Army/AJROTC height/weight/body fat standards, high standards of military bearing, appearance and moral character; no military or civilian adverse actions, (i.e. Article 15’s, Letter of Reprimand, DUI’s or other adverse/negative actions) if still on active duty, must have retirement orders and within six months of retirement or terminal leave date. Desirable prerequisites: a Baccalaureate degree, experience in supply, administration, drill and ceremonies, teaching experience, and experience working with youth groups. Some schools expect the instructor to be certified by the state as a high school teacher or willing to work toward and achieve certification within a prescribed period.

NOTE: You must have at least 20 years Active Federal Service; served last year of active duty as an Officer/NCO.

“Gray-Area” National Guard and Reserve members with at least 20 years of creditable service for retired pay and a minimum of 3600 total points for retired pay and who meet all other prerequisites may be considered for AJROTC hard-to-fill-instructor positions.

FOR MORE INFORMATION: Please contact the AJROTC Instructor Management Division at usarmy.knox.usacc.mbx.hq-jrotc-im@mail.mil; or toll free at 1-800-347-6641.


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