She holds a master's degree in journalism from Northern Illinois University.
This page contains detailed information about the nomination and application process. If you are selected for an interview, you will be notified by e-mail of the exact time and location.
If, for some reason, the following information doesn't answer all of your questions please contact my Scranton office at (570) 941-0930 or contact my office by email at [email protected] If you do not receive written notice of an interview, please contact my Scranton Office at (570) 941-0930.
Say that you believe the applicant would make an outstanding addition to the naval academy.
Prove that you've done your homework and explain why the applicant can rise to the challenges of a naval education, which include required courses in engineering, naval science, navigation and weapons systems.
Instead of conjecturing, supply an anecdote or two about the candidate that makes him seem human but also extraordinary.
Be descriptive but concise, and remember that your goal is to confine your recommendation letter to one page.
If you've been asked to write a letter of recommendation for someone vying for admission to the United States Naval Academy, you've been paid a handsome compliment.
The applicant, who probably knows you well, trusts that you will write a compelling letter that will enhance his chances of being admitted.
It's an important task, so take your time and, if necessary, revise the letter for clarity and precision until it depicts the applicant honestly and compellingly.
Invest some time reading about the naval academy, either through written materials the applicant might have or through its website.