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The SandraFoundation Cadet Scholarship Drill Competition and Career Fair!
Date: Saturday, April 21, 2018
Location: Jonesboro High School in Jonesboro, Georgia.
The SandraFoundation is pleased to collaborate with the Clayton County Board of Education as we present the Cadet Scholarship Drill Competition and Career Fair!
About the Cadet Scholarship Drill Competition
On April 21, 2018, more than 500 cadets will accept the Cadet Scholarship Drill Competition invitation! Each individual school will compete in individual knockouts (each winner will secure a minimum of $500) followed by a county-wide mega individual knockout!
Winners will earn up to $10,000 in Cadet Scholarship Funds! This scholarship-based concept is an innovation of the Sandra Blake Memorial Scholarship Foundation!
About the Career Fair
On April 21, 2018, up to 800 specially-selected high school students will bring their resumes to meet-and-greet opportunities with 50 companies interested in developing the next generation of leaders! The participating companies will be interested in any of the following:
Hiring the most prepared students in either full-time, part-time, or seasonal jobs!
Inspiring students into specific industry and professions!
Mentoring students as career coaches by providing career-pathway recommendations!
Educating students via vocational and/or higher education!
Interning students by inviting them to learn your business!
The 4.21.18 ATL cadet drill competition and career fair is a private event, and an invitation-only based event. Email us at Info@SandraFoundation.org with specific questions and requests.
Exhibitor Registration for the 4.21.18 career fair is available now through December 31, 2017.
Student registration for the 4.21.18 career fair begins January 1, 2018.
Cadet registration for the 4.21.18 cadet scholarship drill competition begins January 1, 2018.
Email us at Info@sandrafoundation.org for more details.
The Cadet Scholarship Application Criteria
To be an eligible candidate for this scholarship, you must meet the following:
1. Be an active cadet: You must be enrolled in any participating Junior ROTC or Civil Air Patrol unit.
2. Academic Criteria: Must meet the age and academic criteria of your participating Cadet Unit.
Your unit instructor will provide you the official scholarship application with more details.
3. Participate in a SandraFoundation Cadet Scholarship Drill Competition: Active JROTC or Civil Air Patrol cadets must first meet the academic and entry criteria to compete in our scholarship drill competitions. The academic criteria will be determined by your unit leadership team. The entry criteria will be specified on the Cadet Scholarship application. Winners of the drill competition will become recipients of the SandraFoundation Cadet Scholarship!
4. Application: The Cadet Scholarship Application will be provided by the Aerospace Science Instructors (Unit commanders, instructors, teachers, recruiters, etc.) of the participating cadet programs.
Understanding our Cadet Scholarship Drill Competitions, Career Fairs, Mentoring Programs
The SandraFoundation Cadet Scholarship Drill Competition and Career Fairs are scholarship events devoted solely for the SandraFoundation Cadet Scholarship. Our goal is to raise Cadet Scholarship funds and distribute these funds to the winners of the associated drill competition. Cadets who participate in the SandraFoundation Cadet Scholarship Drill Competitions must first satisfy the entry criteria as well as the academic criteria.
The cadet scholarship drill competition will conclude with a career fair or recommendation to join a specific career development mentoring program. The career fair or mentoring program will promote various professions supported by industry professionals and their associated employers. The SandraFoundation aspires to establish networking opportunities for the students and cadets supporting the scholarship drill competition.
About the Sandra Blake Memorial Scholarship Foundation, Inc.
The Sandra Blake Memorial Scholarship Foundation is a 501(c)3, non-profit organization recognized by the New York Department of State and the New York Department of Education. The Sandra Blake Memorial Scholarship Foundation, also known as The SandraFoundation, is a scholarship foundation which is authorized to raise scholarship funds for students demonstrating financial need. In memory of Sandra Blake, the family of Sandra Blake strives to empower deserving students who need college scholarships to pursue higher education. The Cadet Scholarship is one of five active SandraFoundation scholarships. The SandraFoundation Scholarships are: The Professional Pilot Scholarship, The Community Servant Scholarship, The Road to Recovery Scholarship, and the Naomi Blake Family Legacy Scholarship. Further details can be found on the company website, www.sandrafoundation.org.
For more information, email us at TheCadet@SandraFoundation.org
Interested in becoming a participating JROTC or Civil Air Patrol Unit?
The SandraFoundation is looking to create Cadet Scholarship Drill Competitions throughout the United States. Participating JROTC units and Civil Air Patrol units are invited to join our SandraFoundation Cadet Scholarship Drill Competition Coalitions. The Cadet Scholarship Drill Competition Coalitions will be determined geographically and in accordance with standard JROTC and/or Civil Air Patrol policies. The coalition will consist of an organized committee of chosen cadet leaders serving as ambassadors for their respective unit. The cadet ambassadors will organize and plan the respective SandraFoundation Cadet Scholarship Drill Competition. For more information, please fill out the contact form and the SandraFoundation will contact you.