The Southeast Region Cadet Advisory Council provides the Region Commander and the Cadet Programs Section with insight in program matters from the cadet's perspective. The Council represents the body of cadets from across the region by communicating between Cadet Advisory Councils at all echelons.
Cadet Advisory Councils Have Three Main Purposes:
To provide an organization where cadets gain leadership experience at higher levels;
Aid the commanders in monitoring and implementing the Cadet Program;
Make recommendations for improving and running the Cadet Program.
Do You Have An Idea For Bettering The Cadet Program?
If so, get involved! Bring up your idea your Wing's Cadet Advisory Council representative. Many of the changes to the cadet program over the years came from cadets just like you who thought of a great idea that no else did, so speak up! If your squadron doesn't have a representative, ask your unit leadership if you can become one.
Contact The Cadet Advisory Council
The Region Cadet Advisory Council thrives on the feedback and involvement of the Cadet Community both through their squadron, group, wing, and region representatives and through direct input via technologies such as Facebook and this website.
Cadet Advisory Council representatives develop their leadership skills while advising their commanders on ways to improve the cadet program at the group, wing, region, or national echelon. “Leadership by committee” is often intended as a derogatory term, but in truth, committees and teams are responsible for running the modern world through project teams, corporate boards of directors, democratic bodies, nonprofit community groups, and more. The CAC is the cadet’s opportunity to influence senior CAP leaders, improve cadet life, and increase their leadership effectiveness.