Cohort Recruiting - A Blue Print for Retention
Posted on June 25, 2018 at 5:30 PM by Darin Ninness
A Civil Air Patrol squadron with limited resources really has to work to grow its membership and keep the members it has already recruited and trained. Units across the country struggle with this on a weekly basis, especially with first-year cadets. One method that is proven to effectively recruit, onboard, train and retain first year cadets is "cohort recruiting," the process of taking on new members and training them in clearly defined groups or cohorts.
Join Lt Col Darin Ninness, CAP's Recruiting & Retention Manager, along with Maj Angela Bartow-Best and Captain Candice Serafin of the Peachtree City-Falcon Field Composite Squadron on Monday, July 16th at 8pm Eastern Time for "Cohort Recruiting - A Blue Print for Retention." During this presentation, Maj Bartow-Best & Capt Serafin will show you how the Peachtree City squadron went from a modestly successful unit to an extremely high-performing unit in a short period of time using cohort recruiting methods.
You can view this presentation live on You Tube Live at this link: http://bit.ly/July18Presentation
(Note: You may see a different time for this presentation at this link, as YouTube Live is helpful and adjusts the time automatically based on your time zone. Don't be alarmed!)
If you are unfamiliar with YouTube Live, it is essentially a live broadcast of a You Tube video session using screen sharing, video and audio. You do not need a Google account to participate or view this presentation. Questions can be submitted via the Live Chat function in YouTube Live, or via Twitter using the hashtag #CAPRecruiting.
Please share this email with your fellow members and commanders via email and other social media. If you can't attend the presentation live, the entire presentation is being recorded and will be available immediately afterward at the link above for viewing at your convenience. And remember, all of the previous webinars are available for viewing on the CAP Recruiting Channel.