The Cultural Awareness and Diversity Expansion Team (C.A.D.E.T.) will be hosting their 3rd Annual Banquet on April 29th! It will be held in the Great Hall of the Corps Center and will begin at 1800 hours. Attire for this event is Midnights or Class A uniform for males and a nice dress for females. This program is open to ALL cadets. Free food from Buppy's will be provided, so bring your appetites. We look forward to seeing you all there!
|Alternate Restricted Weekend|
If you have a class 2 or a class 3 RW then you may sign up for any of the following RWs. Please sign up via the link associated with each shift.
Thursday morning and afternoon at the grees – 15 personnel Shift 2
Friday morning and afternoon at the green – 20 personnel, 3 flatbed trucks Shift 3
All personnel will meet in the morning at Lounge B 0900.
Other wise you will have to call LCDR Hassman on his Cell Phone at 832.887.1734
Uniform is Corps C's & T's
Upperclassmen who have missed their week for uniform issue may come to the MPW next week for their uniforms. This week is for the class of '17 only. Gold hat cords and braids have arrived at the MPW and will also be ready for pick up. Seniors are reminded to turn in any boot pants they have that are no longer needed.
|Telling Aggieland Performances|
The TAMU Veteran
Resource & Support Center will be hosting 3 performances of “Telling
Aggieland.” These performances will be the 15th production
of a larger effort called “The Telling Project.” The Telling Project works with communities and organizations to produce
“Telling,” an innovative performance for military veterans and their family
members to share their stories. Attached are the short bios of our performers.
The Telling Project
provides a forum in which veterans and their family members can speak directly
to their own communities concerning their experiences, humanizing and making
immediate what are otherwise abstract and polarizing ideas and issues.
Telling Aggieland features the stories of ten Aggie veterans
and family members. Performances run April 29, 30,
and May 1, 2014 at 7pm in the Rudder Theater. Tickets are free and will be available at the MSC Box
Office beginning March 17, 2014.
Call 979-845-1234 for
tickets and more information. At the final performance on May 1st, the Texas A&M
Student Veteran of the Year Award will be presented to one of our very
deserving student veterans just prior to the show at 7pm. A reception
will follow the performances on April 29th and May 1st. JOIN US FOR A UNIQUE EVENT!
|Internship in College Station! |
Aggieland Carpet One is looking for an intern this summer! Carpet One designs, markets, sales, and installs all types of flooring, tiles, carpet, rugs and hardwood for residential properties. The intern will be exposed to multiple aspects of sales and residential and/or commercial installation/construction. Additionally, the intern will gain experience with how sales partners with purchasing, marketing, and installation departments. Intern duties will include the following: 1) review and analyze contracts and deadlines on commercial and residential projects. 2) estimate and build bids for flooring materials and installation. This process will entail going over blue prints and also visiting the jobsite when applicable. 3) determine the correct product for each project by interviewing the customer or general contractor. The internships is best suited for construction science, marketing, purchasing, logistics, supply chain, merchandising, accounting, or business majors.
|Summer Recruiting Company|
Attention: SRC Application 14.docxThe updated SRC application is attached to this announcement.
The Corps Recruiting Office is now accepting applications for the Summer Recruiting Company. If you want to participate in any Corps recruiting activities on campus this summer you must be an approved member of the Summer Recruiting Company. You can live on or off campus. The location of on campus housing will be the commons. If you live on campus you must take at least one hour in either session at Texas A&M (or Blinn only if you are a Blinn TEAM). If you live on campus I can offer you a 25% discount (currently estimated $229.50 for summer I and $235.25 for summer II) on your summer housing credited toward your university account in the fall. In exchange for this discount you must sign up for and support one of the Corps recruiting events listed on the attached SRC application. The number of discounts is limited so apply early. Complete the attached application and turn into Lt Col Matte in the Corps Center and apply for corps summer housing on-line with ResLife.
|Corps Clerk Application|
All rising sophomores, attached is an application to be a
Corps Clerk. A Corps Clerk is a sophomore that helps Corps Staff and the Corps Operations chain in daily procedures and other organized events. In this
position you will work heavily with Corps Operations Officer and Sergeant in helping complete Corps wide events, such as the
paintball tournament, O-course challenge and Bloody cross, as well as smaller
tasks that are given to you by the Operations Officer and Sergeant. The position
usually takes about 1-2 hours per week during the year, if you are interested
in the position please fill out the attached application. The completed application
and an updated resume are due to Jesse Hughes in Dorm 1 Room 121 NLT 1630 Monday
28 April, any question, comments, or concerns please Contact Jesse Hughes at
(972)-922-5150 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Corps Clerk Application.docx
If you have been issued a Restricted Weekend, you can sign up
for the RW taking place this weekend, 25 April– 27 April via Google Spreadsheet. Sign up NLT 1800
on Thursday, 24 April. All sign-in times and other information can be found in
the attached document. CADETS WITH CLASS 1 RWs MUST SERVE MARCHING
TOURS. If you need to be excused from any sign-ins, please SUBMIT A
MILITARY LETTER USING THE PROVIDED TEMPLATE by 1800, 24 April or
they will not be given.
RW CStaff on Duty.docx
|2014-2015 GM Team|
Attention cadets. Corps Staff is looking for motivated volunteers
to serve as GM Inspectors for the 2014-2015 school year. All interested cadets
will need to be available for 5 out of the 9 formations/activities a week for
the first month and a half of school each semester, as well as 30 minute
meetings at the end of the first month and at the end of the second month, and
be available for training on the standard, dates to follow. If interested,
please follow the link and fill out the google doc.
|WEARING GERMAN PROFICIENCY BADGES|
The German Proficiency
Badge is awarded to Cadets who meet the requirements and are recommended
for it by the Trigon. The appropriate badge (Bronze, Silver, or Gold) is worn 1/8” above and centered on the right breast pocket of the Bravo, Alpha, or
Midnight uniform. If the German Proficiency Badge is worn no other badge will
be worn on the right side above the pocket. The Academic Star may be worn with
the German Proficiency Badge; the star is to be ½” inch above and centerd on