Frequently Asked Questions

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What does the Army Cadet League Do?

 

WHAT ARE WE ABOUT

AIMS OF THE CANADIAN CADET MOVEMENT 

1. Develop in youth the attributes of good citizenship and leadership 

2. Promote physical fitness; and

 3. Stimulate the interest of youth in the sea, land and air activities of the Canadian Forces

Royal Canadian Army Cadets undertake a variety of adventurous training including lessons in map and compass, camping, rock climb¬ing, abseiling, kayaking, rope climbing, trekking, mountain biking and military parachute. Army cadets also learn about army traditions and par¬ticipate in a variety of national and international expeditions that focus on adventure training such as whitewater rafting, horseback riding and voyageur canoeing.What's something exciting your business offers? Say it here.

MISSION

The Army Cadet League of Canada Newfoundland Labrador Branch, a civilian nonprofit organization, commits to support the Army Cadets in Newfoundland & Labrador by working in partnership with local community corps sponsors and the Cadet Area Office to assist Army Cadet Corps in NL to achieve the aims and objectives of the Canadian Cadet Movement in general, and the Royal Canadian Army Cadets in particular.

How do I become involved?

As an adult you have many ways in becoming involved with the Army Cadet Program.

There is constant need for  quality adults who have an interest in youth development and mentor-ship to become involved. 

What is the screening process?

See section on Volunteer Screening. All adults who wish to work with in the cadet program as  a civilian volunteer, Civilian Instructor, Cadet Officer or as  an Army Cadet League member must undergo a screening process. This is to protect the youth of our province from unnecessary harm. 

What do I need to know?

Everything you will need to know will be shown or taught to you. All you need to bring to the table is your desire to learn and help out the youth in our province.

Is there a location near me?

Army Cadet corps, sponsors and league members are found in many of the communities all around our province. 


As  league member you can access our monthly meetings via teleconference or web conference with phone audio connection. 

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