SER Cadet Leadership School - Hosted by PR WG
Tuesday, July 24, 2018

By Lt Col Ismael Rodriguez, Muniz ANG Base Cadet Sq.

Guaynabo, Puerto Rico -

Eleven cadets attended the 2018 Southeast Region Cadet Leadership School, hosted by the Puerto Rico Wing at the Liga Atletica Policiaca in Guaynabo on July 12-16. Lt. Col. Ivelisse Peña directed this year’s school assisted by eight instructors and seminar leaders. 

Students attended over 30 curriculum hours from Friday morning through Sunday afternoon and completed a variety of assignments like writing journals, presenting two different speeches, completion of one essay, and a group project. The leadership school’s curriculum included officership and character, communication skills, interpersonal relations, creative and critical thinking, and leadership theory.    

Peña said he was satisfied with the final results at the school. All 11 cadets successfully completed the school and graduated in a ceremony on the morning of July 16.     

Lt. Col. Margarita Mesones from the Southeast Region staff led the graduation ceremony by serving as the honored guest speaker of the event.

Region Cadet Leadership School hosted by Puerto Rico Wing and directed by Lt Col Ismael Rodriguez. (Photo by: C/Lt Col Ian Gonzalez)
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Photo Caption:  Region Cadet Leadership School hosted by Puerto Rico Wing and directed by Lt Col Ismael Rodriguez. (Photo by: C/Lt Col Ian Gonzalez)
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