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FY-19 Medical Service Corps In-Service Procurement Program (MSC IPP) Discussion

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14 minutes ago, MSC813 said:

Congrats @31RatRod Did you get selected for training or direct?

I was selected for training. 

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Nkem Isaac

Hi everyone,

So I was close to putting in a package this last cycle but I was very late to getting everything together as I had just returned from deployment.

I need you all suggestion, I have a bachelors in Public Administration and an on-going masters in Human services with a cumulative GPA of 4.0. I want to apply for training and direct for the HCA, however my ultimate goal is to become a clinical Psy. And I do have diff links and guidelines based on the HSPS & HSCP requirements. What do you think my best route would be?

I am stationed in San Diego.


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Anyone that was direct get orders or dates yet?

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