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Columbia University Seeks Marines, Sailors for Leadership Scholar Program

A representative from Columbia University will conduct interviews Monday for the Leadership Scholar Program.

A representative from Columbia University will conduct interviews Monday for the Leadership Scholar Program, Marine Corps Community Service reports.

The Ivy League school takes part in the Yellow Ribbon Program, which covers costs beyond the post 9/11 GI Bill, MCCS added. Marines and sailors should have an Armed Forces Qualification Test (AFQT) score of 70 or higher and a General Technical (GT) score of 115 or higher. 

Active-duty and reserve service members qualify. 

Read details on Marines.mil

Full disclosure: Patch editor Daniel Woolfolk graduated from the school. 

Daniel Woolfolk November 03, 2012 at 01:37 AM
As a veteran, I have never been treated so well as I was at this school. People really go out of their way to help us out. Not to mention that more civilians and foreign students should be exposed to the military community in an unofficial setting. Some people really don't get to know service members or troops until they go to college. Do not pass this up!

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