ROTC and Jr. ROTC Programs
Chair: Patrick Clark, CW4, USA
Phone: (831) 402-8548
The Chapter has year around
contact with the cadres of two universities and eight high schools and
their military science programs.
Chapter support is through
personal contact with program cadre, presentation of awards and certificates
and monetary donations for program needs.
Typically, March through June
are the busiest months working with the ROTC and JrROTC cadres and cadets.
Schools are visited, a MOAA ROTC Medal is left with the Cadre for Cadet
viewing and coordination is made for future presentation. Each school
has a presentation ceremony in which a Chapter representative makes the
presentation of the MOAA Medal and Certificate.
The School's ceremony varies
in pomp. They vary from; serving refreshments, having dinners or military
balls, in conjunction with award presentations. The Chapter representative
is invited and encouraged to attend.
MOAA Medal with a Certificate will be awarded to an outstanding cadet
in each of the university and high school programs anually.
Congratulations to those very deserving cadets!
San Jose State University, San Jose, CA has an Air Force ROTC Program.
Santa Clara University,
Santa Clara, CA has an Army ROTC Program.
High School JrROTC Programs:
Andrew P. Hill High School, San Jose, CA has an Army JrROTC Program.
Campbell Unified High School
District, Campbell, CA (a consolidation of cadets from five area high
schools) has a Marine Corps JrROTC Program.
Milpitas High School,
Milpitas, CA has a Navy JrROTC Program.
Mt Pleasant High School,
San Jose, CA has a Marine Corps JrROTC Program.
Oak Grove High School,
San Jose, CA has an Air Force JrROTC Program.
Silver Creek High School,
San Jose, CA has a Navy JrROTC Program.
William C. Overfelt High
School, San Jose, CA has an Army JrROTC Program.
Yerba Buena High School,
San Jose, CA has an Army JrROTC Program.
It is a pleasure to be associated
with cadets who are highly dedicated to the ROTC and JrROTC programs.
They are young students who give their own time and strive to be the best
military cadets. The cadet leaders are the outstanding leaders, a tribute
to the very strong cadre staff and their teachings! Parents are also
an important factor in the success and discipline of their sons