For 25 years the Texas Aggie Corps of Cadets Association has taken care of Cadets. As we celebrate our silver anniversary, please take a look at some of the ways that we impact the Cadets with your help. What we do matters and it always has!
"Promote, preserve, and perpetuate the Texas Aggie Corps of Cadets by supporting former, current, and future Cadets"
The Corps of Cadets bid farewell to President George H.W. Bush
2018 Guardian of the Human Spirit Award
The Texas A&M University Corps of Cadets was recognized as the 2018 recipient of the Guardian of the Human Spirit Award a few weeks ago. This prestigious honor remembers the Aggie Liberators during World War II and exemplifies the Aggie spirit and values that live on in our cadets and at our university today.
The Corps Experience 2018
Credit: Texas A&M Corps of Cadets
Help the Horses get to the Roses!
The Parsons Mounted Cavalry (PMC) will ride in the 130th Rose Parade, presented by Honda, on January 1, 2019, in Pasadena, CA. With 50 cadets and 40 horses and mules, PMC will travel three days by truck and trailer to California to participate in the Rose Parade. They will ride along the five-and-a-half-mile parade route. Parsons Mounted Cavalry has been in existence at Texas A&M University for 44 years and is the first special unit in Corps of Cadets history to be invited to the Rose Parade.
The 10th Annual Rally to the Guidons!
Rally to the Guidons, sometimes referred to as the Corps Reunion Weekend, helps build esprit de corps between former and current Cadets. Former Cadets return to Aggieland, form up on the Quad and march in to Kyle Field with the Corps. All CCA members that are former Cadets are welcome to participate!
Former Cadets in Service & in Business!
We need your submissions! We are looking for Former Cadets in Service and Former Cadets in Business to feature in the Guidon magazine. Please click on the appropriate link or send to someone you know and submit today!
Lt. Col. Aaron Cavazos ‘05
Mr. Ray Duerer ‘95
Hire a Cadet
The CCA is partnering with the Hollingsworth Center for Ethical Leadership (HCEL) on a pilot program, called 'Hire a Cadet' in order to help Cadets obtain internships and jobs. Cadets can have their resumes posted in twelve career areas on the CCA website to be viewed by potential employers. The goal is 100% of Cadets who want an internship or full-time job will be able to obtain one. Hire a Cadet is a pilot program so we will start with a limited capability, and continue to grow the program as we get feedback.
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Thank you to our Corporate Sponsors!
If you are interested in becoming a corporate sponsor of the CCA, please contact Pam Brummett at email@example.com or call our office 877-892-4222. Thank you!