Fort Lauderdale
Sea Cadets

Helpful Parents

Unit Headquarters:
300 SW 25th Street
P.O. Box 21101
Fort Lauderdale
Florida 33335-1101



United States Naval Sea Cadet Corps
Team Spruance

Helpful Parents

Team Spruance, and indeed the entire Sea Cadet and League Cadet programs, would not be able to function without the help of many, many wonderful people.  Most have or had children in the program, but some just want to use their military, maritime, boating or general community service experience to help one of the best youth programs in existence today.

There are many ways that adults can help.  Those who want to get more deeply and regularly involved can become Instructors and eventually, if they like, Officers.  Others can contribute as assistants to the Officers and Administrators of the program.  Parents of Cadets can participate in the Parents Committee.  Take a look at the information below and see if you'd like to help Team Spruance help some of the greatest kids in the world.

General & Administrative Volunteers

The type of help needed to keep the Unit and the base functioning reliably and efficiently is almost endless.  Added security requirements to keep the Cadets safe, considerable paperwork to ensure that Cadet's promotions are earned and credited and service records are accurate and up-to-date, building maintenance for the base...the list goes on and on.

But many wonderful volunteers with many different skills, talents, experience and resources make Team Spruance one the country's top Sea Cadet units year after year.  If you'd like to help us make an even better Unit for the cadets, please...

Click Here for Volunteer Information

Team Spruance Parents Committee

The Parents Committee is a group of involved parents that provide many services in many ways to the Unit.  They provide input and feedback on the programs, policies and personnel of the Unit so that we can always be refining the program to be the best it can be.

The Parents Committee also provides needed logistical support for many of the operations of the Unit; including activities ranging from help in transporting Cadets to Navy ships in port, parades, museums, and other off-base activities.  If you have or will have a Cadet in the Unit, please...

Click Here to go to the
Parent's Committee Page