Volunteering for the Cultural Support Program
· Volunteers who meet the prerequisites will attend training at the U.S. Army John F. Kennedy Special Warfare Center and School at Fort Bragg, N.C.
· To volunteer: Scan the signed volunteer statement, attach it to an e-mail along with a small paragraph of any additional knowledge, skills and abilities (KSA) that you may possess; send the e-mail to email@example.com. KSA examples include: foreign-language proficiency (institutional, cultural and/or Army training), medical training (EMT, firefighter, combat lifesaver and/or Army training), advanced education (master's degree, IT certification, licensure, etc.), advanced, tactical military education (airborne, air assault, jumpmaster, pathfinder, military police, CID, civil affairs, range or weapons instructor, etc.)
· Eligible volunteers will be placed on 10-day TDY-and-return orders for CS Assessment and Selection. Volunteers who do not meet the standards will be released from the course and returned to home station.
· Volunteers who successfully complete CS Assessment and Selection will be returned to their unit pending further instructions.
· Select candidates will receive orders to attend the Cultural Support Training Course (approximately six weeks) and follow-on assignment instructions.
· If you are Airborne-qualified and on jump status, it is your responsibility to report for training in a current jump status. Students will not conduct proficiency pay jumps while in training.