Gloucester resident selected as Virginia Tech Corps of Cadets officers
Gloucester resident Travis Worrell will serve as the Charlie Company commander for the Virginia Tech Corps of Cadets.
Worrell is a senior, majoring in natural resources in the College of Natural Resources and Environment and will assist in leading 1,074 cadets in the Virginia Tech Corps of Cadets, one of the nation's six senior military colleges.
The Virginia Tech Corps of Cadets is one of just two military corps within a large public university. Members are held to a high standard of loyalty, honor, integrity and self-discipline. The corps has produced military, public and corporate leaders since its founding in 1872. Cadets achieve high academic success and camaraderie with fellow members.
More than 30,000 students attend Virginia Tech and study in its 215 undergraduate and graduate degree programs. The main campus consists of 125 buildings spread across 2,600 acres. The current president is Charles W. Steger. The main campus is at 210 Burruss Hall, Blacksburg.
For more information on the school, visit vt.edu.
For more information on the Corps of Cadets, visit vtcc.vt.edu.