Space Force Cadet Corps
The Space Force Cadet Corps (SFCC) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit for cadets ages 11 through 18.
The U.S. Space Force was established by recruiting talented individuals from all branches of the military. As above, so below: The Space Force Cadet Corps also looks to recruit talented individuals from existing cadet branches, requiring them to be a member of both programs. Furthermore, we are guided by the Space Force doctrine outlined in the Space Capstone Publication (SCP) and have divided our curriculum into the areas of cyber and space education, with a focus on developing proficiency in artificial intelligence (AI).
The Polaris star is a symbol that the U.S. Space Force uses to represent its "guiding light." It is understood that this guiding light can only be as bright as the leaders who wield it. For this reason, the Space Force Cadet Corps has adopted the Polaris star as a symbol of our commitment to nurturing the next generation of leaders who will uphold this guiding light into the future. Therefore, our cadets are like our Polaris star - always ascending.
At present, SFCC has established partnerships with various external organizations in order to provide cadets with access to a range of services. These services are subject to availability and may be subject to change. In addition to leveraging these external partnerships, we are also in the process of developing our own proprietary curriculum, which will be made available to our cadets in the near future.