Chandler Online Academy hires former U.S. Marine Corps officer for leadership position
Chandler Online academy, the nation’s second largest online training academy, has hired a former Marine Corps Marine Corps Reserve Officer Training Corps (MROC) officer to lead its online academy in Washington state.
The announcement was made Monday in Chandler, Arizona.
The position, which is not open to all Marines, is a full-time position that requires a bachelor’s degree.
Chandler Online also announced that it is hiring two more online graduates to work in the new position, both from the U.K. They will be the first to complete their online training and are expected to begin their new jobs next year.
Chandler Online Academy, which has more than 15,000 students and an annual enrollment of over 40,000, said in a statement that the new hiring will help provide a more diverse training environment for its students and provide students with the resources and support they need to excel.
The school will be led by Maj. Gen. Daniel R. Schmoll, commander of the 3rd Marine Regiment and a Marine Corps Commandant, and Lt.
Col. David M. Hwang, commander, Commanders Office of the Marine Corps, the academy said in its statement.