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This site lists Civil Air Patrol's upcoming Cadet Special Activities (CSAs). It includes national activities and those wing and region activities approved to receive the CSA ribbon. These activities are designed to explore civilian and military aerospace careers, provide flight training, develop leadership, and enhance emergency services skills.

Beginning 26 March after 1200 CDT the CadetInvest Module will be re-opened for 1) Cadet Lift and Take-off Program applications for spring/summer 2019 activities and 2) Cadet Wings. Applications must be submitted before 12 Apr at 1200 CDT for consideration this round.

Those who apply for Lift and Take-off will be notified as quickly as possible if they will receive financial assistance. Lift and Take-off are needs-based financial assistance programs which will pay activity tuition and travel costs for cadets selected as primary for National Cadet Special Activities, including flight academies. Please be sure your activity director knows that you have applied so they will hold your slot past the 31 March deposit deadline.  All notifications for Lift and TOP will be complete by 30 April.  Cadet Wings candidates will be told their status by 30 April as well.

Connect to our SmugMug photo repository to see cadets and senior members in action.   https://civilairpatrol.smugmug.com/National-Cadet-Special-Activities

NCSA Registration Status Updates

EServices Registration & Payment System is open for LATE applications for summer activities. Applications submitted in eServices after 15 Jan are considered after all "On-Time" applicants.  Use this "Apply Online" link to access the application site on eServices. Notifications of winter placements went out in December. Notifications for on-time summer applicants will go out on 1 March.  Those cadets who remain on alternate lists after 1 March may be contacted at anytime to fill a slot.

This activity uses local registration.  Go to  the NER Region Cadet Leadership School website for details and registration. https://ner.cap.gov/index.php/region-cadet-leadership-school

Point of Contact: rachel.silverberg.clnc@gmail.com 
Activity Goal:

The Northeast Region Leadership School (RCLS) promises to be a fun, challenging, and rewarding experience.  RCLS is designed for Cadet Officers to learn new skills and knowledge they need to be more effective leaders in their home squadrons and wings. The RCLS blends classroom theory with hands on training to help cadets truly grasp the concepts they are being presented.  There will be daily assignments and group discussions on leadership, ethics, and management.  Cadets will be presented with leadership concepts and challenges and will be expected to solve those challenges.  Classes ranging from Civil Air Patrol & Air Force core values and ethics to management and leadership will be presented.  Cadets will be given daily leadership assignments, both individual and group, that they will have to complete. The students that attend the NER RCLS will be expected to staff themselves, and maintain the highest standards of academic performance and behavior. The RCLS is academically challenging and the students will have to manage their own time to ensure that they successfully complete RCLS.  The students that attend this RCLS will be Cadet Officers, and they will be treated as such.There is one theme that permeates all of RCLS, that is the concept of servant leadership. It is summed up in our motto “Protelo est Ministro”, which means “to Lead is to Serve”.

 

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