Marine Corps junior ROTC leadership education develops good citizenship, self-confidence and self-discipline. Leadership education classes introduce cadets to the elements of leadership, military costumes drill and ceremonies, uniform inspections, physical fitness training, marksmanship, and Marine Corps history. Cadets are required to participate in civic service, wear a uniform at least twice a month.
Exhibition drill is made for cadets who wish to take part on a drill team and perfect their skills in the exhibition drill. A typical week consists of three days a week of drill,
An inspection and physical training. Cadet drill with M-14 rifles and study general knowledge. The Marine Corps association is honored to be the professional associate for all marines. Each year thousands of dollars go through to membership, insurance programs, and sales.
The Marine Corps goal is to educate and perfect the cadets most of all to have a ton of fun.