Motivating young people to be better citizens

Report
U.S. Army Cadet Command
“Motivating young people to be better citizens”
Army JROTC
Program Overview to
“Motivating young people to be better citizens”
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Agenda
“Motivating young people to be better citizens”
 Organization Charts
 Regional JCLCs
 Army Drill Nationals
 JROTC Designated SROTC Scholarships
 ASU Fielding Plan
 JROTC Support for PASS
 CyberPatriot
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Organization
“Motivating young people to be better citizens”
Deputy Director
Leon McMullen
502-624-7333
DIRECTOR
COL Bagley
502-624-7329
Admin Assistant
William Baraby
502-624-1819
Chief, Instructor MGMT
Loretta Owens
502-624-1575
Chief, Tng & Ops
Bo Svoboda, Ph.D.
502-624-2075
Chief, Education
Pamela Raymer, Ed.D
502-624-1793
Instructor
Management
Operations
Curriculum
Development
Mil Pay
Training
Education
Initiatives
Financial
Analyst
Data &
Knowledge
Management
HRA
Budget
Security
LOG
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Organization
“Motivating young people to be better citizens”
Instructor Management
Lead HR Specialist
VACANT
Div Chief, IMD
Ms. Loretta Owens
502-624-5365
Financial Analyst
Dawn Hamblen
502-624-5193
Lead Pay Tech
VACANT
Regulation and Policy
Maintain OML
- Qualified
instructors
Maintain OML
- Additional
Instructors
Quality Control
Reports/Briefings
Pay Reports
Quality Control
Instructor Payroll
Instructor Payroll
Quality Control
Briefings
Debt Collections
Official MIPS
Disbursement
JROTCPay - E-mail
JROTCPay - E-mail
Check the 1-800#
Check the 1-800#
Marketing/
Recruiting
Recommend
exceptions to
CCR145-2
Coordinate
Instructor Interview
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Organization
“Motivating young people to be better citizens”
Mil Pay Techs
Jody Anderson
Lindsay Daley
Marisol Santiago
Angela Sanford
502-624-1918
VACANT (1)
Pay Estimates
Entitlement
Computation
Annual Certification
Official MIP
Furloughs
HRA
Marlene Allen
502-624-2422
Darrell Carter
757-788-4657
VACANT(2)
Security
Catina David
502-624-4251
Qualifying Potential
Instructors
Hire/Transfer
Letters
Resignations
Terminations
Contract Extension
Background
Investigations
Adjudications
Serious Incidents
Reports - Tracking
Vacancy/Interviewers
List
Decertification
Verification Letters
Probation
Pay Increases
Scanning
JROTCPay E-mail
Check the 1-800#
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Organization
“Motivating young people to be better citizens”
Div Chief, Tng/Ops
Dr Bo Svoboda
502-624-2075
Operations
HS Programs
Billy Smith
Marsha Bradley
Vacant
502-624-1669
Data and Knowledge
Management
Cynthia Fields
Calvin Gager
Budget
Tia Doyle
Albert Tartaglia
502-624-1305/1261
502-624-1574
Regulation and Policy
Reports
Budget Guidance
Maintain OML
OIP/SAV
Process New Program
Applications
Web Portal
Data System
Managements
Tier 2 Customer
support
Process MIPRS and
Contract LOA requests
Develop HQ Jr; BDE;
and School budget
ITC Instruction
Budget Reports
JCLC
ITC Instruction
Share Point
ITC Instruction
Marksmanship, Raider
Challenge and Drill
Marksmanship, Raider
Challenge and Drill
Events
Develop and monitor
Spend Plan
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Organization
“Motivating young people to be better citizens”
Division Chief, Tng/Ops
Dr Bo Svoboda
502-624-2075
Training
Jim Wood
757-788-4365
502-624-2075
ITC Courses
LOG
Herb Frazier
Eli Murrell
502-624-1227/1256
DODACS and UIC
Distance Learning
Courses
CTA and TDA
Training Guidance
HQ Contracts, GPC
Property Book and
Supply
BDE Workshop TNG
GPC and Tokens tier 2
support
Schedules
ITC Instruction
Student Transportation
and Billets
ITASS
JCLC
Log Course
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Publications
Organization
“Motivating young people to be better citizens”
Div Chief, Education
Dr. Pam Raymer
502-624-1793
Curriculum
Development
Athlynne Tyler
502-624-1330
Curriculum
Management/POI
Contractor Ed
Development/
Education Initiatives
and Partnerships
Bryon Hand
502-624-1170
Training Guidance
Accreditation
Games/Simulations
State Standards
JLAB Coordination
Lessons/Textbooks
Curriculum
Partnerships
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Regional JCLCs
“Motivating young people to be better citizens”
Goals
 Reorganize existing JCLCs into fewer facilities
 Improve Cadet Command oversight and control
 Standardize the JCLC experience
 Cadets nationwide receive similar experience
 Set number of days for training
 Standardized LOIs for similar activities
 Greater reporting and accountability (i.e.
“JCLC Online”)
 Phase In Concept
 Pilot – 2nd Brigade, Summer 2012
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Army Drill Nationals
“Motivating young people to be better citizens”
 Objective – Move from two-event regional
(East/West) championships to single location
championship
 2012 Location set for Louisville, KY
 Resulting Improvements
 Superior competition
 Increased branding
 Increase interest of programs
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JROTC - SROTC Scholarships
“Motivating young people to be better citizens”
 3 Year SROTC Scholarships
 Use SROTC Online Application Process,
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Timelines and Screening Criteria
SROTC Sets Aside # of Scholarships for JROTC
Equitable distribution of scholarships to Brigades
Brigade Scholarship Boards result in
nominations to Cadet Command, Dir JROTC
Dir, JROTC Serves as Approving Authority
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ASU Fielding Plan
“Motivating young people to be better citizens”
Army stops
procurement of
Army green
uniform
Recommendation:
Request remaining Army Green Uniform
inventory for JROTC in conjunction
with end of procurement
Begin bulk issue of
Black Berets
(13K)
Begin issue of
ASU 29K
Black Berets
(16K)
Transition Army Green
Uniform to JROTC
SROTC
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JROTC
FY10
New contract
for Gray
Beret/Shirt
FY11
FY12
FY13
Pending approval of
CG, USACC
Begin to
issue Gray
Beret
Begin
partial/full
issue of ASU
shirt/trousers
FY14
Begin to
issue full
ASU
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JROTC & Partnerships for All Students’
Success(PASS)
“Motivating young people to be better citizens”
States/Schools/Students
STRATEGY
•Brigades provide oversight of available assets in support of PASS sites in
their footprint
•JROTC Units provide direct mentorship, support, and oversight their
assigned middle school Junior Leadership Corps (JLC) units
•DAIs provide coordination of available assets to support the program
•SROTC Battalions can also provide various types of support
•Maximize use of local Community Organizations for support (i.e. Rotary
Clubs, American Legion, etc)
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High School Cyber Defense Need?
“Motivating young people to be better citizens”
CyberPatriot is the premiere national high
school cyber defense competition created to
inspire high school students toward careers
in cybersecurity or other science, technology,
engineering, and mathematics (STEM)
disciplines critical to our nation’s future.
America's economic prosperity in the 21st
century will depend on cyber security …
this is also a matter of public safety and national
security.
… we will begin a national campaign to promote
cyber security awareness and digital literacy
from our boardrooms to our classrooms, and to
build a digital workforce for the 21st century. 14 14
 President Barack Obama, 29 May 2009

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