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Nonprofit Overview

Causes: Children & Youth, Military & Veterans Organizations, Veterans, Youth Development - Citizenship

Mission: We provide compelling, life-changing programs for America’s youth that teach them the values of teamwork, discipline, service, and ethical leadership through our passionate all-volunteer force and our partnerships with the Navy and Coast Guard.

Target demographics: We are creating our nation's next generation of leaders.

Direct beneficiaries per year: In 2015, we provided leadership and training experience to more than 9,500 cadets, age 10 through the completion of high school.

Geographic areas served: We have more than 380 units in 46 states, as well as in Guam and Puerto Rico

Community Stories

44 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

4

Volunteer

Rating: 5

My son has been a part of the program for 7 years. In that time he has developed a healthy sense of responsibility, citizenship, leadership and character. He has grown into a man that knows no limits to what he can accomplish. There are several things I as a parent, love about this program. The experiences he has had are beyond belief. Everything from volunteering in the community to cruising on a front line aircraft carrier in the Pacific to training with some of the military's finest special operations personnel on an active military base and the list goes on. In addition he has been exposed to other young adults with very high aspirations as well as a group of great adult volunteers that serve as mentors constantly guiding, pushing and motivating him. All in all I can't imagine a better youth program to get your child a head start in life.

3 Porsh C.

General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

If you have time to watch their video, you will get to see what my son has been doing, and will get to do someday in this program. It's amazing how this Sea Cadet turned my son into a great individual! My shy and introverted son has finally came out of his shell. He learned how to make a right decision, becoming a responsible person and he is now becoming more independent. Still making sure that his academic grades is the top priority. But then, seeing him enjoying time in Sea Cadet is priceless! Getting into Color Guard is the greatest experience for him. Thanks you Naval Sea Cadet. I'm a proud parent of this awesome kid!

2

Volunteer

Rating: 5

I worked with the Sea Cadets for 3 years, as Administration Officer. The volunteer work of keeping track of all papers for each cadet was a challenge, but working with the cadets was fun. Teaching them the responsibility of paper work being completed properly and neatly was interesting. The cadets were always willing to do what they were told to do. This is the best offer for children to learn responsibility and pride.

2 Beverly33

Volunteer

Rating: 5

USNSCC/USNLCC is an amazing youth program. I have two sons in the program who started out as Leaguers. I have seen them grow in confidence and self reliance. It has helped shape their characters with a sense of purpose, commitment, honor and integrity. The training opportunities that are offered are incredible. I am also serving in the unit as an auxiliary instructor and I have valued the opportunity to work with all of these young people and amazing adults. It's an amazing program all around!

2 Margaret85

Client Served

Rating: 5

The USNSCC changed my life. My teenage years were filled with purpose and personal growth as a result of this program. I met and worked with incredible mentors who helped me to aspire to a career in nursing and to a fulfilling life as an adult. When I have kids, I truly hope they will participate in the USNSCC. It is truly one of a kind!

3 Mike191

Client Served

Rating: 5

Best youth program in the nation! It provides incredible opportunities for teens, and experiences that last a lifetime.

2

General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

My 12 year old son joined the USNSCC this past summer and it has been the best experience for him. I am so impressed with the program and the dedicated people who run it who make this opportunity possible for our youth. My son has found his path.

2 Laura322

Professional with expertise in this field

Rating: 5

I came into the program when I was 16 years old. By the time I turned 18, I had expanded my knowledge to be great leader to the youth and to this country. I only made it to E-3 Seamen but with thst rank, now I can get automatic advancement in the military if I choose to join. Learning not just leadership, but learming how be strong and brave and courageous.
With 4 training under my belt, I am ready what the military has to offer, and even the world if I choose civilian life instead.
This is an excellent program fkr both males and females. Oorah to the Sea Cadets!

2

General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

Best program for the next generation of leaders and decision makers. Watched my son progress and grow with a deeper understanding of Honor, Courage, and Commitment. Go Sea Cadets.

1 Emily151

Volunteer

Rating: 5

My son has been a cadet for almost a year now and he is loving it!! I was just recently cleared to be an Adult Leader and I'll be attending my second drill this weekend!! Great leaders & a great group of kids with a TON of potential!! It's going to be AWESOME to watch them grow & see all the things they'll be able to accomplish because of what is offered by the USNSCC/USNLCC!! BRAVO ZULU COAST GUARD GROUP PORTLAND DIVISION (Portland, ME)

1 Blaine2

Professional with expertise in this field

Rating: 5

I have been a Cadet since I was 10 years old, now approaching 18. I am a Chief Petty Officer responsible for approximately 50 Cadets ranging in age from 10-17. My job in short is to help each of them exceed their "limits" while helping them reach their potential as future leaders.

As I prepare to graduate the program, I can't help but be completely amazed at the opportunities I've been given as a result of the effort I put in. I've lived a lifetime in just 8 years and the only thing I would trade it for would be the opportunity to do it again!

The education, the friendships, and the experiences have prepared me for the next chapter of my life as I move on. And I can not wait to go after my future goals!

If you are considering a youth leadership development program, I guarantee you that you will not find a better one than the United States Naval Sea Cadet Corps.

Expand Your Limits!

Chief Petty Officer Blaine Bradley