Volunteer

Become a JRK Millen Navy League Cadet Volunteer & Make a Difference in a Childs Life.

In order to be a volunteer with the Navy League Cadet program you must be:

  • 18 or older,
  • in good health, and
  • a member of good standing in your community.

The application process includes a screening requirement that serves two main purposes; To create and maintain a safe environment for our Cadets and volunteers, and to ensure an appropriate match between each volunteer and their duties.

If you have a skill that you think would be an asset to our organization, please contact us regarding volunteer opportunities. There are many positions to be filled that involve being directly or indirectly involved with the Cadets. It is our priority that volunteers who work directly with the Cadets are properly screened and have current criminal record and child abuse registry checks.
If you are interested in volunteering and being screened, please complete the volunteer application form and submit it to us along with an original copy of your Canadian Police Records Check (PRC) with the Vulnerability Sector Screening (VSS), that was completed within the last 6 months. The cost of the PRC/VSS will be reimbursed to you once we receive the original copy and receipt of purchase.

To complete your application, we will require to take photocopies of two pieces of official identification, one of which must include a photo, we also will require one recent photograph (taken within the last 3 months) of yourself.

Effective immediately, we can no longer accept online criminal checks.
Prior to submitting your application, please review the NL 22 Harassment Prevention Policy Summaries

NEW VOLUNTEER REGISTRATION FORM

RETURNING VOLUNTEER RENEWAL FORM

The Navy League Cadet Corps is managed and supervised by adult volunteers who are enrolled as Navy League Cadet Officers or Cadet Instructors (CI). Officers are granted warrants by The League, wear naval pattern uniforms and use naval ranks followed by a Navy League (NL) designator (Lieutenant Commander (NL), for example). Officers and Instructors are unpaid. Although very much part of the larger “naval family”, NLC Officers are not members of the Canadian Forces.