JOIN - FAQ
Frequently asked questions
Who can join?
-acceptable to the Commanding Officer (CO) of the cadet corps or squadron.
NOTE: A legal resident of Canada is a Canadian citizen, a landed immigrant, or, the dependant of a person who is lawfully resident in Canada on a temporary basis for the purpose of education or employment.
When & where do you parade?
We parade on Wednesday night from 18h15 to 2100 at the Cornwall Armoury at 505 Fourth St East.
Can I really get school credits for cadets?
YES IT'S TRUE!
Do I have to join the military?
Can I really obtain my private pilot license?
How much does it cost?
Air Cadets is free of charge! However, as an air cadet, you’ll be expected to participate in occasional fundraising activities which directly affect the quality and types of extra-curricular activities that will be possible for you to enjoy. Cadets have enjoyed fully funded activities such as Zip Lining, Amusement Parks, Water Parks and a whole host of other interesting, fun and sometimes challenging activities.
the civilian Navy League, Army Cadet League and Air Cadet League of Canada. The civilian sponsor requires local community support to meet its obligations that include accommodations, training aids and equipment, and program enhancements not otherwise provided.
Can I get my Pilot's license for free?
Yes. Flying scholarships are awarded to the most deserving cadets. With a limited number of flying scholarships available every year, cadets who are interested in obtaining their pilots licence compete for flying scholarships. Cadets are scored on various criteria which includes, and is not limited to, their involvement and contribution to the Air Cadet program.
Anything else I should know?
HOW TO JOIN
Follow these simple steps to become a 325 Cornwall Kiwanis Air Cadet
STOP IN FOR A VISIT
Come check out what we're all about! Join us Wednesday nights between 1815 & 2100 at the Cornwall Armoury to find out what 325 Air Cadet Squadron is all about!
Check our CALENDAR to find our next training night
FILL OUT AN APPLICATION
What are you waiting for! Complete the application packages below and bring them with you, along with your government ID and health card, to our squadron on a Wednesday night. Soon enough you'll be on your way to enrolling in Canada's BEST youth organization!
To help facilitate processing, please bring with you, either the originals or photocopies of your government ID (i.e. birth certificate, passport, permanent residence, etc.) Please note: while it states under the section Documents to Provide, that provincial health insurance is not accepted as valid ID. The health card is still required for membership and cadets must have it on their person at all times.
YOU'RE ONE OF US!
Step three would be return to
the office, with your paperwork (Wednesdays at 6:30 pm) and join
in on the fun.