ADULT LEADERSHIP

ADULT LEADERSHIP

What is the NSCC Officer Corps?

The Naval Sea Cadet Corps Officer Corps provides adult leadership for cadets of the Naval Sea Cadet Corps (NSCC) and the Navy League Cadet Corps (NLCC). NSCC officers are dedicated volunteers who instruct cadets, operate units and escort cadets when participating in events away from their home unit. Officers may either be civilians or military (active, reserve or retired) who are knowledgeable of youth and interested in their training. Instructors are also recruited from active Reserve military commands and leaders within the community. Members of the Naval Reserve may qualify for drill credit and active duty for training orders (ADT) for participating in NSCC/NLCC activities. The NSCC does not require specific education or professional qualifications, but applicants with nautical/military experience are desired. NSCC officers are authorized to wear Navy officer uniforms (modified by the NSCC insignia). All NSCC officers are appointed by NSCC National Headquarters.

Membership Requirements

In order to join the NSCC Officer Corps applicants must meet the following criteria:

Must be a US Citizen.
Be at least 21 years old (NSCC Midshipmen 18-21).
Pass a criminal background check.
Be free of felony convictions.
http://www.seacadets.org/public/officer/



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