Apply for CAC





How CAC Applications Work

  1. Cadets use the application form above to apply for any/all CAC roles during the application window.
    1. If the applications are closed and you're interested in an open CAC role, contact the appointing commander (see table below), who is able to appoint or remove cadets at any time.

  2. Commanders are sent their applicants to choose from at the beginning of their selection window.
    1. Applications may be received earlier or later depending on when the echelon commander above them makes their appointments.
    2. Commanders are encouraged, but not required, to select from the applicants sent to them.
    3. Commanders can add or remove appointments at any time, as situations change.

  3. Commanders enter their appointments in eServices before the end of their selection window.
    1. More information can be found in the CAC Appointment Instructions for Commanders.

Dual-Hatting

In WAWG, we avoid allowing cadets to serve on two echelons of CAC simultaneously (a GCAC Chair should not be their group's WCAC Representative, etc.). This process is designed to make that easy to accomplish.

Electing CAC Officers

CACs which hold elections to select the next term's officers (at the discretion of the echelon commander), should have nominees submit their applications through this page and hold elections in the window determined below, notifying the concerned commander of the results ASAP.

Timeline

 1   Jul Applications for all CAC Positions Open Applicants

 31 Jul Applications for all CAC Positions Close Applicants

 15 Aug Region CAC Representatives and Wing CAC Officers Selected WG/CC

 31 Aug Wing CAC Representatives and Group CAC Officers Selected GP/CCs

 15 Sep Group CAC Representatives Selected SQ/CCs

 1   Oct Beginning of CAC Term CACs

Requirements

  • Active Cadet Member

  • Able to participate for complete 12 month term

  • Cadets cannot serve more than 36 months at each CAC echelon

Best Practices

  • For competitive positions, prepare a resume that includes a statement of intent
    (describe why you want to serve on CAC and what you hope to accomplish in your desired role)

  • Aim High: There's no minimum grade requirement for GCAC and WCAC positions