Documents and Orders
Documents and Orders
Did you know that the majority of adults in our program all have full-time jobs? It’s true!
We do this as it is a passion, or we do this as our duty to serve – to foster the spirit of leadership and responsibility in each of your children – voluntarily!! Only the Officers are paid (by the Department of National Defense), but they max out their allotment of yearly paid time within a month of working with our very engaging program – the majority of their time is spent with us voluntarily and is invaluable to the day-to-day operation of our unit.
As a 200-Strong Cadet Squadron whose expenses are high - $500 each week lets us rent the school spaces we require! In addition to school space we provide the Squadron with several experiential learning activities, training aids, transportation, meals and activities. We depend on Parental support to continue to offer our program free of charge to all Cadets.
1. If you have the means to make a monetary donation, tax receipts are offered for each donation over $20. Donations can be made on our website via our “Donate Now” button on the homepage or you can me email at firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss
2. If you or someone you know would like to make a corporate sponsorship, I can be reached by email at email@example.com
3. If you would like to support the Squadron by donating your time – that is precious to us! Do you have cadet or military background? Are you good with numbers and writing grants? Are you interested in supporting the fun activities and fundraisers we run? Please see me on a Parade Night or send me and email at firstname.lastname@example.org
1. We are thrilled to announce the launch of the CJCR Cyber Challenge, a limited trial initiative aimed at harnessing the potential of our cadets in the realm of cyber readiness.
2. The CJCR Cyber Challenge will introduce Cadets in the field of cybersecurity. It will highlight the growing demand for cybersecurity and the positive impact they can have in helping secure digital environments. The challenge will be virtual and is designed to empower cadets and provide them with the knowledge, skills, and confidence to navigate the complex digital landscape. The sense of empowerment and digital confidence the cadets will experience is important; education is the cornerstone of empowerment in the realm of cybersecurity. The challenge offers hands-on learning experiences, allowing cadets to practically apply cybersecurity principles.
3. To aid in the successful rollout of this challenge, a suite of tools has been developed to support regional and local engagement. The tools include:
a. CJCR Cyber Challenge Information Hub - https://sway.office.com/NARBu3YaU3vxIHCg; and.
b. Found within the hub are:
(1) Cyber Challenge Promotional Poster (attached),
(2) Cyber Challenge Questions and Answers,
(3) Cyber Challenge Expression of Interest - Participation Form, and
(4) The link above for sharing and/or posting on Sharepoint and Teams environments.
4. Stay tuned for updates! We will be highlighting the exhilarating experiences and intense competitions from the trial and inviting everyone to rally behind our competing teams this year!
Contact 2 SquadronHeadquarters: Enterprise Airline (EAI)
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