Civil Air Patrol provides nearly $300,000.00 in scholarship opportunities for itscadet and senior members each year. Money is available to help students attenda college or vocational school. Cadets can even earn a pilot’s license through aCAP scholarship. Too many of the scholarships often go unused, so apply today!
Eligibility & Application Requirements:
Scholarships are generally advertised each fall for the academic year that begins the following fall.Deadlines vary depending on the scholarship program. All scholarships are available only to current CAPcadet officers and senior members. Other pre-requisites also apply. For complete and current details,visit the CAP scholarship home page, your one-stop source for official CAP scholarship news andinformation:
cap.gov > cadet programs > scholarships
An oath is only as good as the individual ready to abide by his or her word.
Rank & Name:
C/CMSgt. Lorenzo Enriquez
Evangel Family Christian Academy/9th grade
my dad, Lou; my mom, Deborah; my sister, Ariel; my two dogs and cat
karate, band/music, volunteering, reading,chess
Why did you join CAP?
I joined because I wanted to experience what it is likein the military. The most important reason is I foundout that you will be given an opportunity to fly and Ialways wanted to fly.
What do you enjoy most about CAP?
I most enjoy flying, which is one of the reasons why I joined. I also enjoyed being part of the Color Guardteam and the competitions. One of my many greathighlights that I have enjoyed in CAP was havinglunch with an Air Force Colonel. I also have met somegreat people.
What do you want to be/do when you grow up?
What I want to be when I grow up is an Air Forcefighter pilot or an Army tank commander.
How do you think CAP can help you in yourfuture career choice?
CAP has taught me the importance of good leadershipand how important it is to have good strong values.
Why would you recommend CAP to a friend?
I would recommend CAP to a friend because it offersa lot of fun and great knowledge in aerospace and agreat opportunity to help others.
THE CADET OATH
in the Civil Air Patrol Cadet Program, that I willattend meetings regularly, participate activelyin unit activities, obey my officers, wear myuniform properly, and advance my educationand training rapidly to prepare myself to be of service to my community, state, and nation.