EWU ROTC Cadet Selected as A Finalist for the Harry Truman Scholarship

Eastern Washington University (EWU) student and ROTC Cadet Nicholas Null, has been selected as a finalist for the Harry Truman Scholarship.  Cadet Null was one of five college students selected from Washington State as a finalist for the scholarship.  Cadet Null is a MS-III (junior) Cadet in the university’s Fighting Eagles ROTC battalion.

Cadet Nicholas Null

The Harry Truman Foundation was created by Congress in 1975 based on the original idea from President Truman of having a scholarship that would support future generations who answer the call to public service.  Public service by becoming an Army officer is what Cadet Null is currently working towards in the EWU ROTC program.  However, becoming a military lawyer is Cadet Null’s ultimate goal and receiving this scholarship will bring him one step closer to attending law school as a graduate student.

Next up for Cadet Null is that he will be interviewed at a Harry Truman Foundation office in Seattle next month along with other Finalists from the Pacific Northwest.  The Finalists with the best interviews will be offered a scholarship to attend a graduate school of their choice.  The Fighting Eagles are very proud of Cadet Null being selected as a Finalist and wish him all the best next month as he conducts his final interviews to compete for the scholarship.

Go ROTC!  Go Fighting Eags!

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