The 2023-2024 Cadet Co-Op Program is now open!
Do you want to earn some high-school credits?
Cadets can earn up to 4 credits through the training year version of cadet co-op. It takes 90 hours of cadet activities (Training, team practices, uniform prep, lesson prep, etc) to earn a credit, complete the pre-placement assignments, track their hours on a log sheet, and participate in your ACR. Why not earn some high school credits for what you are already doing?
- Cadets are highly encouraged to speak with their school guidance counsellor to ensure participation in the cadet co-op program is a right fit for them and their pathway
- There is no cost to cadets, parents, school boards, or the corps/squadron
- Although the program has “UCDSB” logos on the forms, the program is open to all cadets in Ontario regardless of which school board they are a student with, as long as they are a resident of Ontario, and have a minimum of 1 high school credit already obtained, or will obtain a minimum of 1 credit by June 2024. UCDSB simply runs the program for the ministry.
Let It Go Towards:
- SHSM Programs
- As A French Credit
- Potentially more spare periods in senior grades
- Potentially increase average
- Potentially graduate early
- Extra credit attainment
To be eligible a cadet must:
– Attend High School in Ontario
– Reside in Ontario
– Be a current cadet
I want to sign up!
- Fill out the application, Section C is the following:
- Once the application is complete,
- Email it for section G to be completed. Please email it to the TrgO to have it forwarded to the CO.
- Once the form is returned, email it to: [email protected]
- Bring a blank application on a training night if you need assistance.
If you require any assistance in filling out this application or don’t have access to a scanner/printer feel free to contact any officer at our unit who will be able to assist you further.
If you have any questions regarding the co-op program please contact: [email protected]
- Your Student Ontario Education Number (OEN) can be found on your High School Transcripts or ask your guidance counsellor at your school.
- Use Adobe PDF to fill it in so you don’t have to write it out.
Click the below links for all forms required.