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Asheville High School Marine Corps JROTC. 2010 Recruitment Plan. Situation. AHS MCJROTC must have a minimum of 75 Cadets enrolled in the program throughout the 2010-2011 school year and beyond. Cadet numbers are reported on 01 October and 01 February

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situation
Situation
  • AHS MCJROTC must have a minimum of 75 Cadets enrolled in the program throughout the 2010-2011 school year and beyond.
    • Cadet numbers are reported on 01 October and 01 February
    • 2009 – 2010 numbers were 59 on 1 October and 62 on 1 February
mission
Mission
  • Beginning February 2010, the Instructors and Cadets of AHS MCJROTC will conduct recruitment operations at the middle schools and within AHS in order to achieve a minimum of 40 qualified First Year Cadets for the 2010-2011 school year.
execution
Execution
  • Recruitment
    • Middle School
      • JROTC visits middle schools and provides JROTC Information to all students. Cadets conduct demonstrations and establish Rapport
        • Provide
          • DVD
          • “New” JROTC curriculum. (18 x 1 Week Blocks of Training). Must be motivating, challenging, and relevant to success of student
          • List of Events – 2010-2011 SY, and Summer Camp
          • Personal Letter to Students
          • Take pictures and print on site. Provide to students
          • College scholarships and opportunities
        • Demonstration
          • Drill Team
          • Rifle Team
          • Small Group Breakout discussion with selected Cadets interacting with students
          • Conduct an unarmed female exhibition drill team demonstration (The ROTC program needs to provide a team that appeals to females)
execution cont
Execution (cont.)
  • Recruitment
    • Middle School
      • Sponsor a poster, essay, and speech contest at the middle school
        • Topic - “Raising Memorial Day Awareness”
        • Open to 6th, 7th, and 8th graders
        • Establish a Cadet Board to judge the poster, essay and speeches
        • Awards presented at the middle school (awards night?)
          • Overall Champion
          • Top Award for poster, essay, speech
          • 1st Place – 3rd Place award for each grade level
execution cont6
Execution (cont.)
  • Recruitment
    • Middle School
      • Recognition Ceremony at the middle school for those students who register for JROTC
        • Instructor and Cadets present, in class, a certificate of acceptance, camouflage binder, and set of dog tags to middle school student who enroll in ROTC
        • Picture taken of Instructor and student
        • Letter and picture mailed to parent
execution cont7
Execution (cont.)
  • Recruitment
    • Middle School
      • Leadership and Adventure Camp (LEAD)
        • Conducted in the Summer ( one week long)
        • Open to rising 7th – 9th Grade students
        • To develop individual and group character
        • To provide fun and exciting activities for youth
        • To inspire team work, patriotism, self confidence, and diversity for youth
        • Depending on numbers enrolled, may have two sessions
      • Tutoring opportunities at the middle school
      • Assistance for middle school events
execution cont8
Execution (cont.)
  • Recruitment
    • Parents
      • Must provide information to parents
        • Personal letter
        • Curriculum
        • List of events
        • Scholarship opportunities
        • Summer events opportunities
        • List of current cadet’s parents who they can contact for a different perspective
        • Community Service
        • Parent’s Night
execution cont9
Execution (cont.)
  • Recruitment
    • Current AHS students
      • Must not overlook the “pool” of current students within the high school
      • Provide information
        • Morning announcement
        • Curriculum
        • List of events
        • Scholarship opportunities
execution cont10
Execution (cont.)
  • Recruitment
    • Website
      • Must post information on current website
      • Use as a communication tool with prospective middle school students
      • Constantly updated
      • Post events, curriculum and opportunities
      • Cadet driven, instructor supervised
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Execution (cont.)
  • Timeline
    • March
      • JROTC Orientation at Middle Schools
      • Letter mailed to parents
        • All relevant information
        • Parents Night invite
        • Parent POCs of current students
      • Website updated
      • Follow up visit for interested students
        • Demonstrations
        • Static Hot Air Balloon ride
          • ENKA JROTC Instructor – has equipment and certification
      • Parents’ Night Conducted
      • Announce poster, essay, speech contest
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Execution (cont.)
  • Timeline
    • April
      • Assist visit
      • Picnic
      • Poster, essay, speech contest winners judged
    • May
      • Assist visit
      • Sports day
      • Poster, essay, speech contest winners awarded
      • Drill demonstration at middle schools
        • Female unarmed
        • Armed males
        • Exhibition drill members
        • Color Guard
administrative and logistics
Administrative and Logistics
  • Funding
    • Seek additional funding from the Marine Corps to cover the costs of the Summer Camp
      • Costs to participants – Free
    • Contest trophies and awards cost
      • Unit funding
      • Possible grant submission
    • Additional funding sources
      • Fundraising Events