NAVAL RESERVE OFFICER TRAINING CORPS BLUE AND GOLD OFFICER PROGRAM:
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AMPN/REF A IS NAVCRUITCOM INSTRUCTION 1533.5, POLICIES AND ADMINISTRATIVE
PROCEDURES FOR THE NAVAL RESERVE OFFICER TRAINING CORPS BLUE AND GOLD OFFICER
RMKS/1. This NAVADMIN solicits applications for Active Duty and
Selected Reserve (SELRES) naval officers and Naval Junior Reserve
Officer Training Corps (NJROTC) instructor volunteers to participate
in the Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps (NROTC) Blue and Gold
Officer (NBGO) Program. Interested volunteers who meet the below
criteria and as required by reference (a) are eligible to apply.
2. The Commander, Navy Recruiting Command (COMNAVCRUITCOM)
established the NBGO Program to provide a cadre of trained
volunteers to identify, recruit, counsel and assist NROTC
scholarship applicants and ease the application submission process
for all applicants. NBGOs will serve as mentors and subject matter
experts on available NROTC scholarships, the application submission
process and help ensure timely application completion.
3. General Program Guidelines. The NBGO Program consists of Active
Duty and SELRES naval officers and NJROTC instructor volunteers.
NBGOs will receive mandatory training from the COMNAVCRUITCOM staff
with assistance from Naval Service Training Command (NSTC) Candidate
Guidance Office (CGO).
4. Program Eligibility and Details
a. NBGO volunteers must be Active Duty, SELRES or NJROTC
instructors. Participation from NROTC alumni is highly encouraged.
b. NBGOs must exemplify the highest standards of ethics,
conduct and courtesy.
c. NBGOs must support the missions of COMNAVCRUITCOM, NSTC and
the NBGO Program and have a working familiarity of the admissions
process and the life of a NROTC Midshipman.
d. NBGOs are responsible for marketing NROTC scholarships in
their respective area and encouraged to participate in the planning
and execution of local marketing events, develop a close working
rapport with high school influencers, NJROTC units and Science,
Technology, Engineering and Math leaders in the area.
e. NBGOs will work closely with the local Navy Talent
Acquisition Group (NAVTALACQGRU) NROTC coordinator throughout the
application process. It is the responsibility of the applicant with
NBGO support, to ensure the application package is complete prior to
submission to the NROTC coordinator.
f. NBGOs are required to complete initial training prior to
being designated an NBGO. Bi-annual refresher training will be
required to remain current.
g. NBGOs will be responsible for completing a monthly status
report and sending via email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
h. Funding for marketing materials will be provided by
COMNAVCRUITCOM. No funding will be provided for travel.
5. Application and Selection
a. Interested volunteers should email applications to
COMNAVCRUITCOM at email@example.com.
b. Application package should include at a minimum name,
current location or duty station, contact number and a personal
statement explaining why they desire to participate.
c. NBGO applications will be accepted throughout the year.
COMNAVCRUITCOM will solicit program participation semi-annually.
COMNAVCRUITCOM will confirm and approve all NGBO participation
request within five working days of receipt.
6. The point of contact for the NBGO Program is LT Charise Fogle,
Reserve Officer Accessions/NROTC Programs Division Director,
(901)874-7312 or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
7. Request the widest dissemination of the above information. NSTC
NJROTC coordinator is requested to pass this information to all
8. This NAVADMIN will remain in effect until superseded or
canceled, whichever occurs first.
9. Released by Vice Admiral John B. Nowell, Jr, N1.//