JLBC ASSESSMENT INSTRUCTIONS
JLBC PRE-ASSESSMENT INSTRUCTIONS
Review the assessment plan, instructions, and JLBC PC and become familiar with the material before the assessment.
There is no time allotted for the JLBC PC as it is to be administered whenever the JLBC cadet completes the activities listed in their plan.
JLBC PRE-ASSESSMENT ASSIGNMENT
1. The JLBC cadet shall review the JLBC PC Assessment Checklist and become familiar with the assessment criteria.
2. Work with the JLBC cadet to develop a community service plan which describes how the JLBC cadet will participate in community service throughout the training level. The JLBC cadets shall be encouraged to maintain a record of their community service in their logbook, such as a sample below.
JLBC Cadet Name___________
3. The community service plan shall not directly benefit the JLBC cadet corps. The community service plan must be approved by the JLBC cadet's JLBC Commanding Officer and shall include a variety of approved companies, community, school, or individual activities such as:
JLBC Corps activities – participating in corps community service activities; poppy days;
JLBC Community activities – volunteering with other youth groups; being involved with community theatre; helping with clothing drives, food drives, soup kitchens, and food banks; volunteering with programs such as meals-on-wheels, Special Olympics, and Tidy Towns programs; being involved with green-up / clean-up campaigns; helping with charitable fundraising;
School activities – being a breakfast program volunteer, a canteen volunteer, raising and lowering the flag; tutoring (free of charge) younger students at lunchtime / after school; helping with the school newsletter/website; helping with community performances of the school drama club (actor, make-up, lighting, set design, stage manager); representing the school at special events; being a member of the student council; and other activities.