Get involved

Updated: Oct 27


PARENT/GUARDIANS

Get Involved As a Parent/Guardian

The Junior Leadership Bootcamp Organization relies on volunteers to fulfill its mandate towards the youth in the program.

There are multiple avenues and time commitments available to parents for them to get more involved in the success of their youth.

Parents are encouraged to speak to teachers, staff members, and coaches for more information.

Junior Leadership Bootcamp has fun activities for the whole family and can help you get more involved to support the success of your cadet.

Subscribe for Announcements

All parents/guardians are encouraged to subscribe to our email newsletter and connect to our mobile website ( Patriot | Junior Leadership Boot Camp | Riverside). When you register and supply your email address, we will add you to our weekly mass email communication. Our emails are generated through Mailchimp (www.mailchimp.com) – so check your promotions/spam folder and ensure our email is moved to your inbox. They will be from the Junior Leadership Bootcamp.

Join the Junior Leadership Bootcamp Sponsoring Committee

The Junior Leadership Bootcamp Sponsoring Committee (JLBC SC) is a committee of civilian volunteers responsible for ensuring the Junior Leadership Bootcamp provides the cadets with the best possible experience. They are responsible for fundraising and work with the Junior Leadership Bootcamp Command to create an annual budget and allocate funds for activities, deliver the Cadet Junior Leadership Bootcamp Effective Speaking program, consult with the Command regarding appointments and promotions, and as provide invaluable volunteer service to our cadets.

Desired skills include fundraising, business knowledge, event planning, positive attitude.

Volunteer as a Staff Member

Our civilian training staff is considered our Bootcamp’s specialists. They assist with instruction, supervision, administration, training, supply, and specifically help to deliver specialty areas of learning like our Ground School and Band programs.

Desired skills include Previous cadet experience, experience working with youth, administration skills, specialized skills like music, drill, aviation, and sports.



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