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CIIA Life Skills Training

(MOTTO)

R.I.D.D.

RESPECT: I am a C-II-A Cadet. I will always keep my head held high. I will always respect myself, my teachers and my instructors. I will never forget to give respect and honor, to my parents and my fellow cadets.

INTEGRITY: I am a C-II-A Cadet. I am unique. I am trust worthy. I will never look down upon myself or anyone else. My integrity and self- worth has no boundaries. I always walk in wisdom understanding and peace. There is no one like me.

DISCIPLINE: I am a C-II-A Cadet. Being misunderstood does not mean I’m a failure. It is a communication gap that I need to close. I know if I fall, I will always get back up. I understand sometimes I have to lose before I learn how to win. C-II-A is my hard lesson, may this program help build discipline in me.

DEDICATION: I am a C-II-A Cadet. I am committed to a better way of living. I am a leader, student, C-II-A Cadet. I will always remain loyal to my parents and myself. I will not listen to or follow trouble makers. I will graduate this program and receive my high school diploma. I will never falter, and I will not fail. I am a C-II-A Cadet.

EXPLORER POST 1959 (Boy Scouts of America)

The Learning for Life Corporation offers eight programs designed to support schools and community-based organizations in their efforts to prepare youth to successfully handle the complexities of contemporary society and to enhance their self-confidence, motivation, and self-esteem. The eight programs focus on character education and career education. Learning for Life programs help youth develop social and life skills, assist in character development, and help youth formulate positive personal values. It prepares youth to make ethical decisions that will help them achieve their full potential. There are two program methods.