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What does a Medical Service Corps officer do?0Wil2012-11-05 22:36:10
Hi, I'm currently an SMP cadet in ROTC. I was enlisted before and am still drilling at my unit, which is MI. I was originally planning on staying MI in the guard upon commissioning, but I've been thinking about switching to Medical Service Corps. I will have a BA in psych with a minor in linguistics and plan on attending grad school for either clinical psych or cognitive psych. What exactly does an MS Corps officer do? I know I wouldn't be a doctor or clinical psychologist because I won't have my professional degree yet, but what about counseling psychology? What other kinds of jobs are available? I found some jobs, haven't found much in the way of descriptions/responsibilities. Also, how long is OBC at Ft. Sam-Houston? Thanks!
Can a Medical service officer in army specializing in counseling psychology switch over to the ANG?airforce?1Angelia2012-10-09 22:57:06
After the initial military service is over , I'm looking to switch to guard national air force to end my military career MedlinePlus MedlinePlus MedlinePlus How is it possible ?
What are my options for the Navy Medical Corps?0K stewart2012-11-03 16:50:30
I'm currently in my first year at Ohio State, where I'm majoring in Psychology and Microbiology, and I'm also enrolled in the Pre-med program. I want to eventually be a physician in the Navy, but I know I won't be able to do that for a few years. I'd like to enlist sooner, but I don't know what else I'd be able to do. I thought about maybe joining as medical support, but I don't know much about the requirements for that. Also, is there any way I could do the NROTC program and still be in one of the health fields?
Raf intelligence officer vs raf police officer vs public protection masters degree?2Leanora2012-10-07 19:45:04
Hey guys , I'm new to this site please MedlinePlus nice :) I am a student of criminology and psychology , about to graduate ( two weeks from now ) . I've offered a good year for combating racism and victimization organizations , and one of my practices is also based volunteering in a Crown Court and I like to think I have a decent understanding of the law . well , I recently trained with G4 and am to be part of the Olympic security team this summer . MedlinePlus MedlinePlus My question here is what would be the next best move ? While the three options of interest to me , I can not really decide whether to continue my career with the RAF ( after some research , the RAF sounds better then the regular army or navy , sorry if I'm stepping on any toes feet ) , or try to push further my cv with a master's degree ( many more people are getting higher grades ) MedlinePlus MedlinePlus On the other hand , if I leave education , and applied to the RAF , which would be a better career choice for someone like me , intelligence officer or a police officer MedlinePlus ? I really do not care manifest hatred that comes with the option of police , and I want a sense that I 'm somehow contributing . However, the idea of being away from home for months at a time is something that is being reduced this appeal . MedlinePlus MedlinePlus please help ! preferably someone with experience in one or more of the above areas ? MedlinePlus MedlinePlus thanks guys
Which career choice would suit me more? Intelligence Officer or Police Officer?0Emeralda2012-11-05 18:17:12
Ok, right now I'm a 15 year old teenager and my business teacher told me that it is time to start thinking about what you want to do in your future. So I came down to two choices: Police Officer and Intelligence Officer (aka: Spy) Here's the pros and cons of Police: Pro - Get to see ur family more - Way higher pay (Possible over 100K) - Get to legally carry firearms (We dont get CCW in Canada) Cons - Dangerous - Extremely strict rules to follow - Report Writing Intelligence Officer: Pros - the lifestyle (the undercover thing) - Rewarding - The feeling of national Pride - Get to protect your country - Non-literate license to kill (foreign missions) Also, not that I want to kill someone, but it would benefit in the case that you really do have no choice but to pull the trigger Cons: - No weapons (CSIS: Canada's CIA) except in dangerous foreign territory - Can be sent anywhere all over the world for months at a time - Lower pay (from 40K to 70K) - Having to leave family for a while. Ok, I think I can be qualified in both fields of work as I currently study psychology, law, computer programming/comm tech at my high school, and most likely I would take Law or Psychology or Forensics in University. Would this game plan work? - Become a Police Officer after graduating University - Continue studying while being a cop - Work a few years, get promoted to Detective - Work Detective for a while and apply for CSIS - IF CSIS accepts my application, then go for their interview. - If I pass, join them and find a cover story as to why I switched jobs. So which one is more right for me? BTW, I am not some adrenaline-pumped teenager who has watched one too many 007 Bond films or CSI: Miami. I want a career that is fast-paced, exciting, (The occasional bore does not matter) and rewarding, but yet at the same time, I don't think I can leave family for long-term (Months is ok, but not years though) Which career field seems more right for me? Thank You in advance
Peace corps..?1Eddie2012-10-09 14:31:03
I am currently a psychology major earn my bachelor's degree and are interested in joining the Peace Corps after graduation . MedlinePlus MedlinePlus I was wondering if anyone knows what the chances of greater psych is to be accepted . and .. What I can do volunteering , education , etc make me more useful cautious and more likely to be accepted?
Can I get into the Peace Corps?0jack wilson2012-11-04 08:40:02
I have an important job in social psychology . MedlinePlus During high school I was offered a total of 1750 volunteer hours in the library , hospital , animal shelter , and the church . MedlinePlus In college I volunteered at the hospital and the American Red Cross . MedlinePlus I speak three languages
I want to volunteer for the peace corps!?0Alizah2012-10-20 08:27:49
I'm tired and unmotivated to my life . For some time I have been trying to find a purpose and is something I can do to benefit someone if anyone in the world . I've always had that eccentric personality and I am considered a minimalist in its own right . MedlinePlus MedlinePlus I've never been the best student and so far I am struggling in school . I guess I was stuck in a bubble for a long time . I have no friends , no job , and suck as a student . But I really want to help the world and I could care less about me all the time I'm doing something good . MedlinePlus MedlinePlus If I can be collected as a Peace Corps volunteer , that's my motivation. I will work hard ! I'm sure I can change my life ... new job , better grades , volunteering in my community , start boxing again ... MedlinePlus MedlinePlus I am currently 20 years old in psychology , and I'm thinking minoring in biology. My plan was to get my degree , and advance in an occupational therapy program . My grades could improve great , sometimes I wish I could start over ... but I'm sure we can find a way to do it . MedlinePlus MedlinePlus Anyone can help me , be part of the Peace Corps is a real wish of mine, and I think I had the need to complete and understand myself more. I'm a very spiritual person and I always try to put others before me. What are my options if I change my life , do not think about getting my degree soon ... maybe in the next 2-3 years MedlinePlus be an adequate psychology degree ?
Peace Corps questions?2niiku2012-10-21 14:20:08
I am a very friendly and attentive . I have this overwhelming need to help others , and I feel it is my purpose to help others lives . MedlinePlus After college ( where I want to major in psychology ) who wanted to join the Peace Corps . MedlinePlus 1.Is there a period of time to serve in the Peace Corps ? MedlinePlus 2.What happens if you need / want to leave? MedlinePlus 3.I see ' heard it's very safe with the Peace Corps , is it true ? MedlinePlus 4.Can you give me more interesting information on it ?
Peace Corps: What are your experiences?0Teneal2012-11-02 04:29:22
I am 20 years old, female, and am in college right now. (Majoring in Psychology and Criminal Justice) I am just curious of others experiences with volunteering? Where did you go? Did you get to come home for holidays? Pros and Cons??
What are my chances of getting accepted in the peace corps?2blanca2012-10-24 00:22:02
21 years of age MedlinePlus single children not MedlinePlus Good health MedlinePlus bachelor's degree in psychology MedlinePlus Red Cross volunteer and some hospitals MedlinePlus = Fluent Spanish and some Portuguese MedlinePlus MedlinePlus no criminal record MedlinePlus debt free MedlinePlus and a great desire to travel and help others ! MedlinePlus MedlinePlus ? ? ? so I'm nervous : ( i if not go I'll be the biggest failure ever
What can I do to improve my chances of joining peace corps?0valerie*2012-10-06 04:48:16
1. Get a bachelor's degree in psychology / Spanish MedlinePlus 2. Get experience in ...... ? MedlinePlus 3. Volunteers in ... ? Americorps ? red cross ? MedlinePlus 4. What else I can do? learn a third language ?

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