Host an introduction session with recruit and family
Ensure recruit is engaged and comfortable with unit
Maintain contact with recruit and family throughout drill
Maintain updated records on shared files
Contact all new potential recruits (Via Text, Phone, and Email)
Answer recruit and family questions and concerns
Develop Recruiting Plans with Public Affairs Officer and Team
Implement Recruiting Efforts
VOLUNTEERING WITH US
This position is for someone who would like to potentially volunteer on a regular basis (about one weekend a month) and become an officer. Officers are volunteer leaders committing to support the mission of the unit and wear authorized Navy uniforms. We currently have 9 active officers and 40 cadets.
A volunteer must be a U.S. citizen or legal permanent resident, free of felony convictions, possess good moral character, a sound mind, and be capable of credibly communicating USNSCC values to our cadets. Each adult will undergo a background investigation during the enrollment process.
Reserve Drill Time and/or Drill Time Point
Military Outstanding Volunteer Service Medal
Impact the lives and careers of our youth
Participate in fun events like (mock medical disasters, SEAL training, live firefighting, FBI crime scene investigation, and so much more)
Make strong professional community connections
Develop military bearing if you are unfamiliar
Participate in an array of community service activities
AMERICAN VICTORY DIVISION IS A UNIT WITHIN THE UNITED STATES NAVAL SEA CADET CORPS (USNSCC), A YOUTH LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM SPONSORED BY THE U.S. NAVY. OUR MISSION IS TO BUILD LEADERS OF CHARACTER. WE DO SO BY OFFERING AMERICA’S YOUNG MEN AND WOMEN HANDS-ON AND EXPERIENTIAL TRAINING IN PARTNERSHIP WITH THE NAVY AND ITS SISTER SERVICES, IN ORDER TO INSTILL THE HIGHEST IDEALS OF HONOR, RESPECT, COMMITMENT, AND SERVICE.
American Victory Division is a Tampa Bay based unit of the U.S. Naval Sea Cadet Corps, a leadership development nonprofit for young people, ages 10 through 17. Sponsored by the Navy League of the United States and supported by both the U.S. Navy and Coast Guard, our passionate all-volunteer force leads our units. Every year our cadets participate in training opportunities such as scuba, field and medical training, photojournalism, military police science and sailing. When cadets join the U.S. Naval Sea Cadet Corps, they embark upon a path of lifelong leadership. The program will teach them how to lead groups of their peers successfully and will also inspire them to become leaders in their schools and communities.
Children & Youth
Veterans & Military Families
We'll work with your schedule.
705 Channelside DrTampa, FL33602
January 20, 2021
Marketing & Communications (Mar/Com)
Must be at least 18
80% of drill mornings (one weekend/month) in order to meet new recruits. Other responsibilities will be done throughout the week virtually based on your availability.
Passion for helping our youth and their families find activities to strengthen their futures.