selective service


Tuesday, March 28th, 2017

How you can help young men focus on important decisions

SPONSORED CONTENT By NewsTaco (2.5 minute read)   This is the time of year when all eyes are on college basketball. For many college basketball players, the NCAA national tournament (better known as March Madness) is the culmination of a hard-fought season. And for many college seniors it’s the end of a collegiate career that

Tuesday, September 13th, 2016

Some rites of passage for Latino males are requirements

*If a young man is old enough to get a regular driver’s license, he’s old enough to register with the Selective Service. It’s a requirement that could affect federal student aid, federal jobs and even immigration proceedings....

Wednesday, September 7th, 2016

A young man’s plans for after-high school should include the Selective Service

SPONSPORED CONTENT By NewsTaco According to the National Center for Education Statistics 25 percent of high school seniors this year are Latino.  And while the end of high school is not new to the Latino community, what...

Wednesday, March 23rd, 2016

A reminder to young Latinos, involved in their communities

SPONSORED CONTENT In recent months there’s been a growth of Latino participation in the nation’s civic life: more Latinos are applying for citizenship and more are registering to vote. It’s a welcome increase that bodes well for...

Thursday, July 2nd, 2015

Selective Service: It’s the Law & Easy to do Online

SPONSORED CONTENT PRESS RELEASE (NAPSA)—Today’s technology may mean that a required rite of passage for young American men is much easier than it was for previous generations. Here’s how: You are required by law to register with...

Monday, June 1st, 2015

Why All Latino Men Should Register With Selective Service

SPONSORED CONTENT By Dan Amon, Public Affairs Specialist with the Selective Service System Some young Latino men never find out that living in America means registering with the Selective Service System (SSS). An undocumented man who registers...

Wednesday, May 28th, 2014

Doing Homework Can Find Money For College

SPONSORED CONTENT (NAPS)—There’s good news for parents with college-age children. Investing the time and effort to find money for college can pay dividends when it comes to covering the costs of higher education. That’s the word from...

Thursday, December 26th, 2013

After the holidays, remind young Latinos to register with the Selective Service

SPONSORED CONTENT (NAPS)—As male members of the graduating class of 2014 head back to high school after the winter break, they need to remember a requirement beyond class work that they must fulfill. The law requires that young men who are U.S....

Thursday, September 5th, 2013

High School Graduation on Your Mind? Young Men Should also Remember To Register with Selective Service

– SPONSORED CONTENT – PRESS RELEASE Important opportunities such as college loans, driver’s license tied to registration As high school seniors look ahead toward graduation, there’s a lot to think about: college plans, career paths, and beginning...

Wednesday, November 14th, 2012

Facts About The Selective Service For Noncitizens

Selective Service System (NAPSA)—When a young man turns 18, he is required to register with the Selective Service System —it’s the law. It’s important to note that there are few exceptions to this law. It applies to...

Tuesday, October 16th, 2012

Recently Graduated? Registration Required

PRESS RELEASE (NAPSA)—Soon after graduation, young men who are 18 may find they need more than a diploma to get a job or enter a training program. Often, they find that they also have to produce proof...