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December 1, 2017

Sum-sum-sum-sum-sum-sum-summertime! Apply for a National Cadet Special Activity (NCSA) and add fun to your sun this year! NCSAs are another way to explore aviation careers, get flying experience, enhance and use your leadership training, or build your emergency services skills. To be considered "on-time," apply by 15 January. Details on...

September 22, 2017

 For those looking to register for Winter National Cadet Special Activities, the site will open 15 October and remain open until 15 November for priority placement consideration.  Check NCSAS.com for winter offerings and the link to eServices application.  Again the registration site will not open until 15 October.

July 31, 2013

To apply for activities managed by CAP Cadet Programs you must be able to log into “e-Services” to access and complete the on-line Special Activities application.  This means you must have a CAPID and a password.  Do not wait until the last minute to establish a password and confirm that...

July 29, 2013

If your encampment (which you need in order to apply for NCSAs) does not show in your member record, scan your certificate and attach it to an email to Sharon Jackson, be sure to include your CAPID to save time. If you attended Winter Encampment to meet the encampment requirement and...

July 28, 2013

You do not have to send in a paper application when you apply. If you are approved and selected to attend an activity (see Understanding the Slotting Process) the director will contact you with specific instructions on your signed application. Sign the “Release Agreement” and have your parent or guardian...

March 11, 2013

You may pay for your NCSA online in eServices or by mailing a payment. To make an online payment: Login to eservices (capnhq.gov)  Select "Registration and Payment System" on the left hand side Select Payment and follow the instructions. Use the payment form if you would rather send us your payment in the...

 

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