• Military Visits in the Career Center
     

    Military Branch

    Monthly Visit Schedule

    Recruiter Contact Information

     

    Navy

     
     
     TBD

    Petty Officer Second Class Stephen Hunter

     

    stephen.c.hunter1@navy.mil

     

    703-591-6272

    marines

     

    TBD

     

    Staff Sergeant Serjio Frintrop

     

    serjio.frintrop@marines.usmc.mil 

     

     

    army

     

    November 20th 

    During all lunch shifts

     

     

    Sergeant Rennardo McDaniel

      

    rennardo.j.mcdaniel.mil@mail.mil

     

     

     

     

    national

     

    TBD

     

    TBD

     

    Air Force

     

     

    November 12th

    During all lunch shifts

     

     

    Staff Sergeant Brian Dobbs

     

    brian.dobbs@us.af.mil

     

     

    Coast Guard

     

    TBD

     

    TBD

     
     
      
     
     

     
    ASVAB Career Exploration Program
     
    Includes tests and activities that help you identify your interests and provide information about your Verbal Skills, Math Skills, and Science and Technical Skills. All students in grades 10-12 may take the ASVAB Career Exploration Test. 

     

    The ASVAB is a multiple-aptitude battery that measures developed abilities and helps predict future academic and occupational success in the military. It is administered annually to more than one million military applicants, high school, and post-secondary students.

    The ASVAB Career Exploration Program gives students the opportunity to discover their interests and learn about careers and the world of work.  However, this program is not limited to students who are only interested in a military career. The goal of this program is to assist students in the exploration of their interests and skills to help identify possible future careers. However, test results can be used for military entrace exam purposes for up to two years. Therefore, student sin grades 11 and 12 can use their ASVAB score results for military entrance purposes, students in 10th grade will need to re-take the exam their junior or senior yeat to be considered for military entrance.