Programs Sponsored by the Marshall Foundation
The Marshall Foundation sponsors or co-sponsors many educational outreach initiatives such as The Marshall Distinguished Lecture Series, George C. Marshall Institute for Public Service Leadership, Traveling Exhibits, Marshall Student Exchange Program, Adopt-A-Class Program, the George C. Marshall College Orientation Workshop, Marshall Engineering Fellowship, Marshall Day, and China Symposium. We encourage you to visit this location frequently since it is an integral part of the educational programs for the George C. Marshall Foundation.
George C. Marshall ROTC Army Award Seminar
George C. Marshall long considered the Reserve Officers' Training Corps an indispensable part of America's self-defense capability. Impressed with the quality of the few ROTC men he met in France in 1917- 18, he became involved with and supportive of the Corps in the 1920s. Consequently, it was fitting for the Foundation honoring Marshall to initiate a program to honor those members of the ROTC who have met the high standards that General Marshall ascribed to the Reserve Officers' Training Corps.
George C. Marshall JROTC Leadership Symposium
The United States Army Cadet Command and the George C. Marshall Foundation team up to host the George C. Marshall JROTC Leadership Symposium in Lexington, Virginia. Utilizing the campus of the Washington and Lee University and the post of the Virginia Military Institute, the symposium hosts more than 200 high school seniors, chaperones and cadre from JROTC units in the United States and Department of Defense Schools world wide.
Leadership with Integrity at the Insitute for Honor
The Marshall Foundation, together with Washington and
Lee University and the Virginia Military Institute, sponsored
a two-day conference on “Leadership with Integrity: The
Character and Career of George C.Marshall.”
It was part of Washington and Lee
University’s 2005 Institute for Honor.