New York

High School Seniors Who Enlist Get Higher Education of a Different Sort

As we enter high-school graduation season, our local newspapers, Twitter and Facebook pages will be filled with news about where our seniors will be attending college. Amidst all the excitement of college preparation–finding a roommate, shopping for bedding, saying goodbye to classmates–there are some other graduates heading off to a different, though no less exciting, path. Read original article.

July 12th, 2015|Categories: National, New York, OCS Long Island|

William Floyd District to Salute Grads Who Have Enlisted in Military

The William Floyd school district is launching a student recognition program Thursday called “Our Community Salutes” that honors high school graduates who’ve enlisted in the armed forces. Twenty seniors from five Brookhaven Town school districts — William Floyd, Patchogue-Medford, Bellport, Center Moriches and Longwood — will participate. Read original article.

July 12th, 2015|Categories: New York, OCS Long Island|

Twenty High School Seniors Opt for Military Careers as Graduation Nears

East Patchogue ceremony honors students who will serve the country.

July 5th, 2015|Categories: New York|

OCS of Central New York Recognizes 135 Enlistees Saturday

Our Community Salutes of Central New York recognized 135 enlistees Saturday. The group is a non-profit organization created to recognize and honor graduating high school students who plan to enlist in the armed services following graduation. Brigadier General Anthony German swore the enlistees into each respective branch of service. Watch the video and read the original article.

May 23rd, 2015|Categories: Chapters, New York, OCS Central New York, States|

Long Island HS Seniors Who Enlist Get Higher Education of a Different Sort

“As we enter high-school graduation season, our local newspapers, Twitter and Facebook pages will be filled with news about where our seniors will be attending college. Amidst all the excitement of college preparation–finding a roommate, shopping for bedding, saying goodbye to classmates–there are some other graduates heading off to a different, though no less exciting, path.” Read original article.

May 15th, 2015|Categories: Chapters, New York, OCS Long Island, States|