Rachel Svancarek

Congratulations to Cadet Rachel Svancarek for receiving the J-100 AFJROTC Character-in-Leadership Scholarship, or The J-100 for short.  

The scholarship provides 100 cadets a four-year scholarship with benefits including four years 100% paid tuition, in addition to university-owned/on-campus housing fees ($10,000 max per year), a book stipend, and the standard AFROTC cadet stipend.  The scholarship can be used at any AFROTC host or crosstown university.  There are no specific degree requirements, but cadets who desire to potentially enter the USSF may want to consider pursuing technical degrees. Accepting the scholarship will result in a cadet being required to enroll in AFROTC and pursue an officer commission.

The genesis of The J-100 was former U.S. Air Force Chief of Staff (CSAF) General David L. Goldfein’s HBCU 100 Diversity Scholarship program.  The J-100 focuses on character, leadership, citizenship, and diversity, and inspires future leaders to seek careers in the USAF or USSF.

The J-100 is open to all eligible cadets.  This scholarship is designed to provide an extraordinary opportunity to our diverse pool of cadets with strong leadership and character to become the future leaders of our military.