JLBC Registered Cadet Organizations


JLBC Registered Cadet Organizations


(Taken from the JLBC Code of Cadet Life, )

INTRODUCTION

Cadets at JLBC are encouraged to organize and join JLBC associations to explore their common interests and develop knowledge and skills. JLBC Cadets organizations wishing to be registered with JLBC Command must form and operate in compliance with JLBC policies. Through our registered JLBC cadet organizations, the JLBC can promote a sense of community and offer cadets the opportunity to pursue the practice of involvement, leadership, engagement, and service.

Although critical to the fabric of JLBC Program life, cadet JLBC organizations are independent JLBC organizations and are not considered to be an extension of the JLBC program. Unless the JLBC Program has specifically requested that a JLBC cadet organization host an event (and by doing so has deemed the JLBC cadet organization an agent of the JLBC Program ), the JLBC cadet organization will not be covered by the JLBC's Program insurance.

A registered cadet organization is defined as a group of five (5) or more currently enrolled in JLBC Program cadets who unite around a common interest. JLBC Cadet organizations may have other non-cadet members as part of the cadet organization, but these non-cadet members may not be considered voting members. Unless more specific JLBC membership requirements are provided by the appropriate JLBC advisory council (relevant advisory councils are JLBC Cadet Organizations Committee, JLBC Sports Club Council, Graduate Cadet Association, JLBC Council, JLBC Command Council, and the InterJLBC Council), this section outlines JLBC policies about the formation and operation of registered JLBC cadet organizations, including actions that the JLBC Program may take for noncompliance with these JLBC policies. In addition to the JLBC policies established in this section, organizations must also adhere to all JLBC governing bodies' guidelines.



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