United States Coast Guard Academy wants you (Haitian)

Opportunity knocks for some young Haitian men and women. United States Coast Guard Academy (USCGA) in New London, Connecticut, is now looking for candidates for the Class of 2020 International Cadet program. However, the requirements are stringent. You must be between the ages of 17 and 23, single (not married), have no children, be an High school graduate, proficient in English and be physically fit. The Coast Guard Academy offers a four-year program leading to a Bachelor of Science degree. This program will provide you with military and leadership training. After graduation, you are expected to return to Haiti and serve in the Garde Cote unit of the Haitian National Police.


Opòtinite pou kèk jenn gason ak fanm ayisyen. Gad Kòt Akademi Etazini ki nan New London , Connecticut, kounye a kap chèche kandida pou pwogram Entènasyonal Cadet. Sepandan, kondisyon yo sevè. Ou dwe gen laj ant 17 ak 23, pa marye, pa gen okenn timoun, dwe gradye lekòl segondè , konpetan nan lang angle epi yo dwe anfòm fizikman. Gad Kòt Akademi sa ofri yon pwogram kat ane ki mennen nan yon Bachelor nan degre Syans. Pwogram sa a ap ofri ou fòmasyon militè ak lidèchip. Apre ou fin diplome , yo atann pou retounen an Ayiti pou sèvi nan inite Garde Cote nan Polis Nasyonal ayisyen.

A candidate with a minimum recommended TOEFEL score of 560 on the ITP (paper-based test) or 90 iBT (computer-based test) would be considered eligible to join the upcoming 2016 Academic Year cadet program. A minimum 80 score on the English Comprehension Level (ECL) may be considered in lieu of the TOEFL. The potential candidates have to appear either the Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) Reasoning or the American College Test assessment (ACT). A minimum qualifying score of 600 each in mathematics and verbal portion is required. All potential candidates must possess formal sponsorship of the Haitian Government's Ministry of Interior and Territorial Collective or the Ministry of Justice and Public Security.

The University program coupled with military and leadership training, would include any of the following eight majors: Marine and Environmental Sciences; Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering; Electrical Engineering; Civil Engineering; Operations Research; Government; Mechanical Engineering; and Management. The United States Coast Guard Academy (USCGA) is one of the four armed Services Academies in the United States; the program as mentioned would include formal classroom training in subjects like navigation and law enforcement with practical summer training on general shipboard and aviation. All enrolling Haitian students will be subject to Coast Guard Academy disciplinary regulations. The enable graduates will be able to assume responsible roles in the maritime or government services.

Contact Information:
U.S. Embassy Port-au-Prince
LCDR Timothy C. Sommella
Coast Guard Liaison Officer (CGLO)

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Jamesson says...

Je suis Jamesson ce programme me plait je m'interesse a lui, je parle francais creole, espagnol, portugais, anglais mon email est jamessonhaiti [at] gmail.com et mon numero est 3833

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Admy Alliotte says...

je suis admy alliotte je l'interesse a ce programme gade cote mon numero c'est +509 3928

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