The U.S. Navy is offering new graduate education opportunities for proven professionals as part of the Fleet Scholars Education Program (FSEP). The program is geared for junior and mid-level unrestricted Line (URL) and Information Dominance Corps (IDC) officers. Selections will be made and forwarded by community sponsors by Dec. 16. FSEP selectees can choose any accredited graduate school in the continental U.S., Alaska or Hawaii, and attend for up to 24 months. Officers remain on active duty and will incur a three-year active duty service obligation following graduation or withdrawal from the program. For more information, visit the Naval Postgraduate School Civilian Institutions website.
Navy Fleet Scholars Education Program
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