Politics after West Point?
I'm just wondering the likeliness of a successful career in American politics after graduation form West Point with a major in American Politics. Now, just to clear this up considering I got negative replies on this last time I posted, I am not just using West Point as a pass to politics. Sorry if I mislead and offended anyone in my last question. I look forward to potentially serving as an officer in the US Army and if I was admitted to West Point would most likely re-enlist after my 5 year service. The only reason I am asking this question is because I know that the military cannot always offer you a job once you are out of active duty. Also, what other jobs can an American Politics major look to as a back-up plan once they are done with active-duty? Thank you for any advice and answers!
- Anonymous8 years agoFavorite Answer
West Point is one of the best schools in the world.
You can go along ways with a West Point Education.'
Take a look at the West Point line-up: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_United_States...
I know there are at least two former US Presidents.