As a youngster the more you can gain at an early stage is a great springboard for the future!
Stewart Bryant from Hastings was a Royal Marine & Police Cadet in his earlier years.
Stewart is currently a Senior Environmental Health Officer and has recently volunteered with the Royal Marine Cadets.
He enjoys working and supervising young people seeing them achieve their goals and reaching their full potential.
Stewart gets a sense of fulfilment out of the Cadets and thoroughly enjoys delivering the Cadet experience.
I recommend the Cadets to anyone who wants to see young people develop and improve their futures!
Andy Gooch from Hastings is an Adult Volunteer with the Royal Marine Cadets.
He decided to volunteer because his son was in the Cadets and of course Andy was driving him to and from events and drill nights. On hearing that the unit was looking for volunteers he thought as he was there anyway he would give it a go and since volunteering has never looked back.
Andy who is a police officer in Sussex found that he had additional skills that he could bring to the Cadet Experience.
Not only has my time with the Cadets been an addition to my CV but those core values and life skills has opened all sorts of doors and opportunities!
Callum Evans from Brighton was a Sea Cadet for 8 years until he decided to progress onwards and become an Adult Volunteer. Callum enjoys sport, video gaming and has become a box set fanatic. Callum is currently a chef but finds time to volunteer at weekends.
He has been an Adult Volunter for two years. He made this decision because he thoroughly enjoyed the Cadet Experience. He would encourage anyone to join the Cadet world, not only is he making new friends but he’s having loads of fun in the process.