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Mount Marty College Student Named George C Marshall Award Recipient


Published Date3\20\2014
Alison Hoffman of Crofton, NE, a senior Mount Marty College nursing student and University of South Dakota Army ROTC and current Cadet Battalion Commander, was selected as a George C. Marshall Award recipient. In addition to this award she was also selected to attend the annual George C. Marshall Leadership Seminar in Lexington, VA to be held on April 14-16, 2014.

The cadets are selected from their respective detachments based on scholarship, leadership, physical fitness, community involvement and are designated George C. Marshall Award recipients for their respective year. They are college seniors and a majority holds senior leadership positions within their schools or Army ROTC detachment. Of the award recipients only about half of them are also selected to attend the leadership conference.

At the seminar cadets from 274 colleges and universities throughout the United States will participate in roundtable discussions on major national security issues with a leader that typically has an academic, military, or diplomatic background. Conducted annually in Lexington since 1978, the Marshall Leadership Seminar has included topics such as Nuclear Proliferation, Terrorism and United States Foreign Policy in the Middle East.

For more information on the George C. Marshall Award visit www.marshallarmyrotc.org.