As well as enjoying plenty of action and adventure, how about inspiring and leading young people to achieve things they never thought possible?
With over 40,000 cadets (aged 12-18) in over 1,600 locations in communities all around the UK, the Army Cadet Force (ACF) is one of the country's largest voluntary youth organisations. We have thousands of enthusiastic and committed adult volunteers - and we are currently on the hunt for more to help out at our cadet units across the North West.
As an adult volunteer you will be helping young people to develop their independence, confidence and the ability to step up to any challenge. You'll get involved in a wide range of exciting activities from abseiling to shooting and get the opportunity to gain new skills and qualifications that will also benefit you outside of Cadets.
No particular experience is required and we provide all neccessary training. So if you can give up one or two evenings a week and the occasional weekend, and you're ready for the adventure of a lifetime, this could be exactly what you're looking for.
For more information about becoming a volunteer with the Army Cadets visit the volunteer section of the website or register your interest today:
For fun, friendship, action and adventure, join the Army Cadet Force
If you're over 12 (and in year eight at school) and under 18, you can join the Army Cadet Force.
Being over 18 doesn't mean missing out on all the excitement. Join as an adult volunteer and you can enjoy all the same activities while also picking up exactly the kind of teamwork and leadership skills that employers look for.
Just select a location from our interactive map opposite or enter your postcode or the name of your nearest town in the search box above to locate detachments in your area.