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Monday, September 18, 2006

mail recruiter

got this in the mail today, thought it was ostensibly amusing, considering that the only way they could have possibly gotten my email was if miami sold it to them for a pence or two.

DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY

3D MEDICAL RECRUITING BATTALION

1335 Dublin Road, Suite 214-D

Columbus, Ohio 43215-1025

REPLY TO

ATTENTION OF

Dear Student

The U.S. Army offers Full scholarships to Medical and Dental School , in addition to paying you over $18,000 per year in stipends and income. Imagine completing your last two, three or four years of Medical School without taking out any more student loans while earning an annual stipend.

The Army’s Health Professions Scholarship Program, or HPSP, provides full payment of all required tuition and fees, reimbursement of required books, expendable supplies, and equipment for the duration of Medical School (up to four years). Additionally, you will receive a monthly stipend of $1,319 for 10 ½ months per year. For the other 45 days each year, you will receive the full pay and allowances of an Army Officer in the rank of Second Lieutenant. After completion of your 2nd, 3rd, or 4th year of Medical School , you will have the opportunity to perform clinical rotations at some of the Army’s most prestigious medical facilities in Hawaii , Washington , Texas , Washington D.C. , Georgia and many other locations. Your obligation for this scholarship package is one year on active duty in the Army Medical Department for every year of sponsorship, upon completion of training with a minimum of three year’s payback.

To apply for the HPSP program, you must meet all basic eligibility criteria. First, you must be an U.S. citizen and be enrolled full time or have a letter of acceptance from an accredited Medical School in the United States or Puerto Rico . If you have applied to a Medical School but have not yet been accepted, you are still eligible. You must also be at least 21 years of age and be able to pass a physical examination prior to your application being submitted. This scholarship has a stringent boarding process and is limited in numbers for the entire year; so, apply early. Can you think of a better way to finance your Medical School and enter your new career virtually debt- free?

If you are interested in applying for the Health Professions Scholarship Program or would like more information, please feel free to contact the U.S. Army Health Care Recruiting Team in the Columbus Area at (614) 488-0637, Toll Free Cell: (877)655-6333 or e-mail at, david.lowe@usarec.army.mil , or Captain Denise Alexander at (614) 488-0637 , Toll Free (877) 655-2724 denise.alexander@usarec.army.mil. Thank you for considering a future in Army Medicine.

Sincerely,

David M. Lowe

Staff Sergeant , USA

Columbus Health Care Team


i wonder if they even bothered to check my transcript. had they done so, they would've discovered this is a failed attempt. i am certainly not interested in medicine...

o miami. i'm so glad you are willing to sell my personal information along with other things to fund your questionable ventures. someone around here has to compromise ethics and virtue... i'm glad you're willing to do it.

rolling sixteen deep in spam because of miami everyday,
stephanie

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