The Royal Canadian Sea Cadet Corps (RCSCC) program depends deeply on parent and community volunteers. We value our volunteers and are always looking for individuals of all talents and interests to help make each youth program a success. If you are interested in volunteering, please email us at 279Sea@cadets.gc.ca.
There are different ways to get involved with the RCSC program at the local level. We can use your help for things like driving cadets to activities or running a canteen for special activities.
If you can devote time on a regular basis to the Corps, or if you have special skills (first aid, music, crafts, etc.) you could become a Cadet Instructor. Cadet Instructors are considered part of the Corps staff. If you are interested, there are training courses available for you to become an Officer.
Officers must be able to attend both regular Wednesday evening meetings and occasional weekend activities. There is an expectation that you will take training courses offered annually.
Any adult who wishes to work with RCSCC MUST be registered and screened. This process will include a reference check, a criminal records check and a vulnerable sector check.
The Navy League of Canada is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing a safe environment for our youth to make friends, learn life skills and develop leadership.
All non-mandatory training activities are paid for by the Navy League of Canada Bowmanville Branch through fundraising.
Your donations are tax deductible and can be made online using the button at the top of each page. Please complete your personal information to receive your tax receipt.
This is the civilian administrative component of the organization. We have different roles and levels of responsibility, depending on how much time you would like to contribute. From executive roles, to fundraising or simply driving cadets for events, if you have a talent or interest you’d like to share, your participation will be welcome.
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