WHO WE ARE

WHAT WE DO

WHAT WE DO

  • Participate in a local Unit Drill: typically meeting one weekend a month.
  • We have 400 units across the United States, and in Guam and Puerto Rico..
  • Graduate Recruit Training or Orientation (bootcamp): a fast paced 7 – 14 day training focused on basic military instruction and team building.
  • Participate in International Exchange IEP
  • Attend Advanced training camps such as:

SEALs
Robotics
SCUBA
Submarine Training
Culinary Arts
Cyber Security

Field Operations
Maritime Interdiction
Special Warfare Combat Crewman
Master-at-Arms (Military Police)
Space Camp
Leadership

Medical Training
Music & Band
History & Heritage
Photojournalism
Search & Rescue
Marksmanship

Sea Cadets instills values of discipline, accountability, and teamwork in a safe environment. We give cadets a chance to step outside of their comfort zones with dynamic challenges. We help our cadets thrive with humility and confidence.

What CADETS Have to Say

“I just got home from recruit training and I am now officially a cadet. Recruit training was one of the best things I have done yet and it’s just the start of my Sea Cadet career. I was put in a leadership position for my division in recruit training and it was amazing. I wanted to say thank you for introducing me into this great program and I hope to further advance in the Sea Cadet Corps.”

Cadet Frank H., California

<< Prev
Next >>

CONTACT US

www.seacadets.org
info@seacadets.org
2300 Wilson Blvd, Suite 200
Arlington, VA 22201

MISSION

The mission of the United States Naval Sea Cadet Corps is to build leaders of character by imbuing in our cadets the highest ideals of honor, respect, commitment, and service.

MENU

Charity Transparency - 4 star ratingFour-Star Rating Badge - Full Color

© 2022 Naval Sea Cadet Corps, TM & ® 36 USC 154106
The U.S. Naval Sea Cadet Corps is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization, EIN 52-0808385