Thanks for your interest in wanting to volunteer with Canada’s best youth organization!
The safety and security of our cadets and staff members is our number one priority. Before anyone can begin volunteering (military or civilian) they must complete a Police Records Check with a Vulnerable Sector Check. This applies even if you are already a member or officer in the Canadian Armed Forces, a parent, or someone who works with children.
Volunteers either help train cadets during authorized activities or work as a member of the Support Committee, and shall have successfully completed the reliability screening (which is a systematic process
Learn more about the two ways you can get involved:
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Are you a parent, former cadet, or someone within the community looking to get involved? Great! We’d love to have you join our team in supporting our local community’s youth! We’re always looking for people who are eager to help in various small projects, only requiring a few hours a month. If you want to do more to get involved, that’s even better; there’s a lot to do!
Send us an email letting us know who you are, how you’d like to help, and any relevant skills or qualifications. On that note about skills or qualifications, almost everything will help, whether you are an accountant, tradesman, local business person or a homemaker: these are all skills we can utilize!
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Are you a current or former serving member of the Canadian Armed Forces looking to help guide and teach our youth in the local community? Your skills from your time with the Canadian Armed Forces are very beneficial to us. There are two routes you can go as well:
- You can be a weekly military volunteer / civilian volunteer with our unit; or
- If you’re retired (or thinking of retiring) you can re-enrol into the Canadian Armed Forces as a Reservist Cadet Instructor Cadre (CIC) officer.
Get in touch with us by email and we can start discussing yor next steps.