BE A NAVY LEAGUE CADET VOLUNTEER
In order to be a volunteer with the Navy League Cadet program you must be:
18 or older,
in good health, and
a member of good standing in your community.
The application process includes a screening requirement that serves two main purposes:
To create and maintain a safe environment for our Cadets and volunteers, and
to ensure an appropriate match between each volunteer and their duties.
IS THERE TRAINING FOR VOLUNTEERS?
Yes. All Navy League Cadet Volunteers are provided opportunities for development of skills that will undoubtedly benefit you in your career as well. These include home study and weekend training in leadership and instructional techniques.
WHAT POSITIONS ARE AVAILABLE?
There are always people needed with a variety of experiences and backgrounds. Each Corp runs with what is called "the Branch". They resemble the board of directors for the Navy league cadets and Sea Cadets. Each Unit has a Commanding Officer who have other Navy League officers underneath them. In addition they have volunteers for instructors, administration, drill, supervision (to support have officers with both sexes present) fundraising, driving, etc. Check with the unit to see where you can help out. Every Navy League Corp is run by volunteers.
WHAT OTHER BENEFITS ARE THERE?
We value the service of our volunteers. In addition to the joy and fulfillment you gain from volunteering, the Navy League of Canada has a comprehensive awards and recognition program. Awards are presented at the local, regional and national levels.
WHAT DO I NEED TO DO TO GET STARTED?
There are 4 things listed below with some links to make this easy to complete to become a volunteer. Depending on the position desired additional forms may be required
3. A Wallet Size Photo For your Id Badge