U.S. Army Cadet Command
“Motivating young people to be better citizens”




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Agenda
“Motivating young people to be better citizens”




   •     History
   •     Program Overview
   •     JROTC Units...
JROTC History
“Motivating young people to be better citizens”




   • National Defense Act (as amended) of 1916 –
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“Motivating young people to be better citizens”
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JROTC Units – Current Status
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Introduction to JROTC
“Motivating young people to be better citizens”




    Do you want to …
    • Help motivate young p...
JROTC Instructor Qualifications
“Motivating young people to be better citizens”



                             GENERAL RE...
Instructor Pay
“Motivating young people to be better citizens”




   • Instructor Pay - 05 retired w/ 20 yrs AFS
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How to Apply
“Motivating young people to be better citizens”

       • Visit our web site: www.usarmyjrotc.com
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Conclusion
“Motivating young people to be better citizens”




     • JROTC is a large and popular Program that:
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“Motivating young people to be better citizens”




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  1. 1. U.S. Army Cadet Command “Motivating young people to be better citizens” JROTC Employment Opportunities Overview 1
  2. 2. Agenda “Motivating young people to be better citizens” • History • Program Overview • JROTC Units • Introduction to JROTC • JROTC Instructor Qualifications • Conclusion 2
  3. 3. JROTC History “Motivating young people to be better citizens” • National Defense Act (as amended) of 1916 – established the JROTC program and the National Defense Cadet Corps (NDCC) • 1964 – changed use of active duty instructors to retirees - opened program to other services • 1973 – authorized female participants • Today – Popular support at all levels of the government 3
  4. 4. “Motivating young people to be better citizens” JROTC Goals • Promote citizenship Measures of Effectiveness SY 07-08 • Develop leadership • Teach to communicate effectively School JROTC • Improve physical fitness • Attendance 90% 93% Provide incentive to live drug-free • Strengthen positive self-motivation Graduation 86% 98% • Provide historical perspective of military service • Train to work as a team member Indiscipline 16.4% 5% • Inspire to graduate from High School, attend institutions of higher learning, and pursue Drop Out 3% <1% meaningful careers particularly in the areas of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics GPA 2.7 2.9 National Competitions - Leadership/Academic JROTC Enrollment – All Services - Air Rifle - Precision Drill 280,000 - Raider Challenge 300,000 Army (1645) 281,000 250,000 JROTC Curriculum • 200,000 286,000 Citizenship in Action Air Force (869) • Leadership Theory and Application 150,000 • Foundation for Success Navy (613) 100,000 • Wellness, Fitness, and First Aid 50,000 • Geography, Map Skills and Environmental Awareness Marines (222) 0 • Citizenship in American History and Government 2006 2007 2008 • 31 NDCCs Cadet Safety and Civilian Marksmanship Program (Optional) 4
  5. 5. JROTC Units – Current Status “Motivating young people to be better citizens” DODDS N. Marianas 5/1 Germany 10/1 Korea 2/1 Over Subscribed Under Subscribed States Am. Samoa 6/1 Japan 2/1 Italy 1/1 NH 2/9 Hawaii 17/5 9/29 5/14 VT 3/4 WA ME 3/12 Guam 3/1 3/12 ND MT 6/23 6/34 MA 12/23 23/79 MN OR 1/10 ID 5/34 RI 3/5 NY 5/13 ALASKA 44/43 WI SD 2/5 7/19 MI CT 5/15 28/52 WY 4/25 PA NJ 21/24 8/23 22/59 IA 13/8 21/30 44/52 DE 5/3 NE OH NV IN IL 18/12 5/11 56/26 21/23 MD 24/14 WV UT VA CO 9/33 32/39 55/24 DC 11/3 KS 91/44 MO KY 117/29 NC CA 1 83/14 19/33 14/14 24/21 23/21 AZ SC OK NM 78/35 Virgin Islands 3/1 AR 94/28 49/24 GA AL 1 1 8 MS 1 65/22 1 Puerto Rico 4/15 184/104 LA TX 2 139/42 10 FL 6 NDCC units Army JROTC Expansion # of units 31 265 new units Fair & Equitable 5
  6. 6. Introduction to JROTC “Motivating young people to be better citizens” Do you want to … • Help motivate young people to be better citizens • Make a difference and shape our next generation • Get professional and personal satisfaction • Join a large program within the Army that has popular support and congressional endorsement • Continue to receive pay equal to your present salary • Then service as a JROTC instructor is for you!!! 6
  7. 7. JROTC Instructor Qualifications “Motivating young people to be better citizens” GENERAL REQUIREMENTS: Certified  Retired E-6 through O-6 by the Army  No record of military or civilian adverse actions  Meet the retention medical fitness standards and weight standards of CCR 145- 2: • Meet height and weight standard; 30% male body fat and 36% female body fat • No speech impediment • No medical disqualifiers (i.e., heart disease, asthma, pace makers) • VA disabilities > 30% require medical review  Have an excellent record of military performance  Have the mentality, personality, appearance and bearing to represent The Army well in the civilian community  Have good moral character, instructional ability, and be able to challenge, motivate and influence young people in a positive manner  Completion of initial qualification training, satisfactory interview, and be determined by Cadet Command to meet the criteria 7
  8. 8. Instructor Pay “Motivating young people to be better citizens” • Instructor Pay - 05 retired w/ 20 yrs AFS – BP + BAS + BAH (5000 + 170 + 1300) = 6470 – Minus Retired Pay (50% of BP at 20 yrs) = 2500 – Equals MIP (6470 – 2500 = 3970) – MIP x 50% (3970 x 50% = 1985 (Army Reimburses the school) 8
  9. 9. How to Apply “Motivating young people to be better citizens” • Visit our web site: www.usarmyjrotc.com • Meet the administrative and certification requirements set by Cadet Command Regulation (CCR) 145-2 • Submit a completed application with supporting documents • Complete the online Initial Qualification Training (IQT) • Complete a satisfactory interview by a certified Cadet Command interviewer • Application, with supporting documents and interview results, will be considered in certification process • Applicant will be informed in writing of results within 30 days from receipt of the complete packet • Questions or concerns please contact Instructor Management Division • Email: jrotcin@usaac.army.mil • Phone: 1-800-347-6641 9
  10. 10. Conclusion “Motivating young people to be better citizens” • JROTC is a large and popular Program that: • Teaches citizenship and leadership roles • Integrates current instructional strategies • Hosts quality competitions to motivate cadets • JROTC is looking for a few certified instructor “To motivate young people to be better citizens” 10
  11. 11. “Motivating young people to be better citizens” “Train to Lead!” “We Motivate!” 11
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