United States Army Recruiting Chicago South Side Center

United States Army Recruiting Chicago South Side Center The South Side Army Recruiting Center serves the south-side of Chicago. In the center they prepare applicants for enlistment, Distribute and display recr
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IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO LEARN MORE ABOUT WHAT THE US ARMY HAS TO OFFER...TAKE TIME AND FILL OUT THIS DIGITAL LEAD CARD AND ...
01/13/2015
Chicago Southside Digital Lead Card

IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO LEARN MORE ABOUT WHAT THE US ARMY HAS TO OFFER...TAKE TIME AND FILL OUT THIS DIGITAL LEAD CARD AND ONE OF OUR HIGHLY TRAINED RECRUITERS WILL BE ABLE TO ANSWER ANY QUESTIONS THAT YOU HAVE...DO NOT FORGET THAT THE ONLY ONE WHO CAN CHANGE YOUR LIFE IS YOU, ALL YOU NEED TO DO IS FIND THE RIGHT OPPORTUNITY #ARMYSTRONG

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Cryptologic Network Warfare Specialists perform initial cryptologic digital analysis to establish target identification ...
01/13/2015
Cryptologic Network Warfare Specialist Jobs (35Q)

Cryptologic Network Warfare Specialists perform initial cryptologic digital analysis to establish target identification and operational patterns. They also identify, report, and maintain intelligence information. To learn more about becoming a Cryptologic Network Warfare Specialist, visit http://www.goarmy.com/careers-and-jobs/browse-career-and-job-categories/intelligence-and-combat-support/cryptologic-network-warfare-specialist.html

The Cryptologic Network Warfare Specialist performs initial cryptologic digital analysis to establish target identification and operational patterns; identifies, reports, and maintains Intelligence information in support of Commander’s Intelligence Requirements; uses technical references to analyze…

Do you enjoy working with electronics? Are you good at solving problems? Put your skills and interests to good use as a ...
01/13/2015
Multichannel Transmission Systems Operator-Maintainer (25Q)

Do you enjoy working with electronics? Are you good at solving problems? Put your skills and interests to good use as a multichannel transmission systems operator-maintainer in the U.S. Army and work directly on equipment that communicates through multiple channels.
Learn more at http://www.goarmy.com/careers-and-jobs/browse-career-and-job-categories/computers-and-technology/multichannel-transmission-systems-operator-maintainer.html

The Multichannel Transmission Systems Operator-Maintainer is responsible for ensuring that multichannel equipment is functioning properly. Learn more at goarmy.com.

12/31/2014

Have a safe New Year's and make sure to start off 2015 the right way...#ArmyStrong

The United States Army isn't just about combat...Check out what medical careers are available by contacting your local A...
12/30/2014
"Tunnel -- AMEDD"

The United States Army isn't just about combat...Check out what medical careers are available by contacting your local Army Recruiter

"Tunnel -- AMEDD" is the second of four television commercials in the U.S. Army's new creative campaign highlighting the difference Soldiers make around the ...

Congratulations to all of the athletes that have been selected to the U.S. Army All American Bowl.  Check them out!!!
12/30/2014
US Army All American Bowl | Player Roster

Congratulations to all of the athletes that have been selected to the U.S. Army All American Bowl. Check them out!!!

See below for 2015 U.S. Army All American Bowl Player Roster. The 2015 player roster & profiles will be completed as their Selection Tour event occurs.

12/30/2014
Female Observers and Advisors get a taste of Ranger Training

Check out the changes and progression of female Soldiers in the United States Army

The Army has selected 31 female Soldiers to serve in the Airborne and Ranger Training Brigade as Observers and Advisors for a potential Ranger course assessm...

12/04/2013

Staff Sergeant Norris from Chicago Recruiting Company at the Steve Harvey Mentorship Program!
11/19/2013
Steve Harvey's message for young black men

Staff Sergeant Norris from Chicago Recruiting Company at the Steve Harvey Mentorship Program!

On Friday night, 100 black male teenagers lined up for dinner on the fourth floor of Chicago State University's main library. They were participating in a weekend mentoring camp sponsored by talk...

08/29/2013
United States Army Recruiting Chicago South Side Center

United States Army Recruiting Chicago South Side Center

ARMY RESERVE COLLEGE EDUCATION BENEFITS
TAKE ADVANTAGE OF POWERFUL COLLEGE BENEFITSWhat good is helping you pay for college if we don’t give you the time to go? That’s why, as a Soldier in the Army Reserve, you’ll have the time and freedom to put your educational benefits to good use. If you want to go to college without interruption, many Army Reserve units now offer you that option. The Army Reserve also helps you pay for college, and if you’ve already attended college, the Army Reserve will help you pay off your loans.

The following programs are available to all qualified applicants:

Selected Reserve Montgomery GI Bill (MGIB)
As a Soldier in the Army Reserve, you can take advantage of the Montgomery GI Bill as a way to pay for your college education. Depending on how long you enlist, you can get up to $12,816 to help pay for college.

What's the pay like?
Up to $356 per month for 36 months for full-time students.

ARMY RESERVE MONTGOMERY GI BILL “KICKER”
You can add up to $350 per month to your Montgomery GI Bill for up to 36 months with the “Kicker.” (Amounts vary with job and rank, and certain rules apply for eligibility.)

What's the pay like?
Up to $12,600 on top of your Selected Reserve Montgomery GI Bill for college.

RESERVE EDUCATION ASSISTANCE PROGRAM
The Reserve Education Assistance Program (REAP) offers nearly $40,000 in education benefits for Army Reserve Soldiers who served on active duty at least 90 consecutive days on or after Sept. 1, 2001, for a contingency operation. REAP benefits can’t be used with other Veterans Affairs education benefits. You must make an irrevocable election choosing which program you want your military service to count toward. However, if you’re eligible for the College Fund, you can still be paid that kicker while receiving REAP benefits.

What's the pay like?
Nearly $40,000 on top of the College Fund for school.

Reserve Officers' Training Corps (ROTC) Scholarships
Take advantage of the best leadership program in America: Army ROTC Military Science and Leadership. Army ROTC Cadets gain practical experience in management and problem solving while training to become Army Officers. After graduation, you can choose to serve part time at a unit close to home and begin your civilian career while still serving your country.

What's the pay like?
Full tuition paid.

Learn More About Army ROTC Scholarships
GUARANTEED RESERVE FORCES DUTY (GRFD) SCHOLARSHIP
The GRFD Scholarship is for individuals with prior military service and would like to obtain a commission in the Army Reserve. The 2-year scholarship allows MOS-qualified veterans to receive GI Bill benefits while at the same time receiving scholarship benefits. Candidates are selected for curricular accomplishment, not on financial need. If you receive a GRFD, you’re required to enroll in an ROTC course and enlist in the Army Reserve in the Simultaneous Membership Program if you’re not currently a member. Upon graduation, you must accept a commission, complete the Officer Basic Course and serve 6 years in the Army Reserve.

What's the pay like?
Full tuition paid; $1,200 annual book allowance; ROTC monthly stipend of $350 to $500; Montgomery GI Bill (amount varies depending on your previous military service status); Simultaneous Membership Program Kicker of $350 a month.

Student Loan Repayment Program
Let us help you pay off your college loans with the Army’s Student Loan Repayment program. Soldiers who enlist in the Army Reserve for six years are eligible.

What's the pay like?
Up to $50,000 for selected specialties to repay college loans.
Does your student loan qualify? Email a Recruiter to find out.

Tuition Assistance
Enroll in college courses while you’re in the Army Reserve and we’ll help you pay for them. Tuition assistance covers 100% of course costs for approved courses (up to $250 per credit hour).

What's the pay like?
Up to $4,500 per fiscal year.

Concurrent Admissions Program (ConAP)
The Army Reserve can help you to take advantage of your educational benefits. In this program, we partner with over 1,800 colleges and universities to make it easy for you to get into college and start earning credit

08/29/2013

ARMY RESERVE COLLEGE EDUCATION BENEFITS
TAKE ADVANTAGE OF POWERFUL COLLEGE BENEFITSWhat good is helping you pay for college if we don’t give you the time to go? That’s why, as a Soldier in the Army Reserve, you’ll have the time and freedom to put your educational benefits to good use. If you want to go to college without interruption, many Army Reserve units now offer you that option. The Army Reserve also helps you pay for college, and if you’ve already attended college, the Army Reserve will help you pay off your loans.

The following programs are available to all qualified applicants:

Selected Reserve Montgomery GI Bill (MGIB)
As a Soldier in the Army Reserve, you can take advantage of the Montgomery GI Bill as a way to pay for your college education. Depending on how long you enlist, you can get up to $12,816 to help pay for college.

What's the pay like?
Up to $356 per month for 36 months for full-time students.

ARMY RESERVE MONTGOMERY GI BILL “KICKER”
You can add up to $350 per month to your Montgomery GI Bill for up to 36 months with the “Kicker.” (Amounts vary with job and rank, and certain rules apply for eligibility.)

What's the pay like?
Up to $12,600 on top of your Selected Reserve Montgomery GI Bill for college.

RESERVE EDUCATION ASSISTANCE PROGRAM
The Reserve Education Assistance Program (REAP) offers nearly $40,000 in education benefits for Army Reserve Soldiers who served on active duty at least 90 consecutive days on or after Sept. 1, 2001, for a contingency operation. REAP benefits can’t be used with other Veterans Affairs education benefits. You must make an irrevocable election choosing which program you want your military service to count toward. However, if you’re eligible for the College Fund, you can still be paid that kicker while receiving REAP benefits.

What's the pay like?
Nearly $40,000 on top of the College Fund for school.

Reserve Officers' Training Corps (ROTC) Scholarships
Take advantage of the best leadership program in America: Army ROTC Military Science and Leadership. Army ROTC Cadets gain practical experience in management and problem solving while training to become Army Officers. After graduation, you can choose to serve part time at a unit close to home and begin your civilian career while still serving your country.

What's the pay like?
Full tuition paid.

Learn More About Army ROTC Scholarships
GUARANTEED RESERVE FORCES DUTY (GRFD) SCHOLARSHIP
The GRFD Scholarship is for individuals with prior military service and would like to obtain a commission in the Army Reserve. The 2-year scholarship allows MOS-qualified veterans to receive GI Bill benefits while at the same time receiving scholarship benefits. Candidates are selected for curricular accomplishment, not on financial need. If you receive a GRFD, you’re required to enroll in an ROTC course and enlist in the Army Reserve in the Simultaneous Membership Program if you’re not currently a member. Upon graduation, you must accept a commission, complete the Officer Basic Course and serve 6 years in the Army Reserve.

What's the pay like?
Full tuition paid; $1,200 annual book allowance; ROTC monthly stipend of $350 to $500; Montgomery GI Bill (amount varies depending on your previous military service status); Simultaneous Membership Program Kicker of $350 a month.

Student Loan Repayment Program
Let us help you pay off your college loans with the Army’s Student Loan Repayment program. Soldiers who enlist in the Army Reserve for six years are eligible.

What's the pay like?
Up to $50,000 for selected specialties to repay college loans.
Does your student loan qualify? Email a Recruiter to find out.

Tuition Assistance
Enroll in college courses while you’re in the Army Reserve and we’ll help you pay for them. Tuition assistance covers 100% of course costs for approved courses (up to $250 per credit hour).

What's the pay like?
Up to $4,500 per fiscal year.

Concurrent Admissions Program (ConAP)
The Army Reserve can help you to take advantage of your educational benefits. In this program, we partner with over 1,800 colleges and universities to make it easy for you to get into college and start earning credit

08/03/2013
88H Cargo Specialist

The Southside Chicago Army Recruiting Center would like to congratulate Corey Hudson and his family for joining our Army ranks! Future Soldier Hudson will take full advantage of our accelerated promotions program before he ships out to training due his hard work and dedication in his educational goal of earning a degree. Moreover, he has also secured an outstanding career field as a Cargo Specialist. Watch the video below!! Welcome to the Army family!
Changing lives one at a time! ARMY STRONG!

08/02/2013

The South Side Army Recruiting Family would like to congratulate Markus Jackson for making the decision of becoming a United States Soldier. He now has a career as a paralegal specialist along with educational, medical, dental benefits!! Come see us at South Side Army Recruiting Center where we change lives one at a time! HOOAHHHH!!

07/31/2013

IN THE ARMY RESERVE, YOU MAY QUALIFY FOR UP TO A $20,000 ENLISTMENT BONUS, GET MONEY FOR COLLEGE AND REPAYMENT OF YOUR STUDENT LOAN.

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