Welcome to the JROTC Instructor Portal
More than 4,000 U.S. Army Soldiers compose one of the most talented cadre of Instructors in the world. They are Retired Soldiers in the grades of E6 – O6 who lead, teach, and mentor more than 310,000 high school youth who enroll annually in Junior ROTC programs around the world.
Among the challenges faced by our Instructors is the problem of communicating with USACC HQ and other key organizations. This is further compounded by the fact that JROTC has one of the most diverse student populations in any school system This demands that we continue to explore and enhance connectivity and information flow, and the media we use to navigate automated systems.
To assist the process, we have continued to enhance our JROTC Web Portal, and have reconfigured the appearance, design, and content in accordance with key topical areas to make it easier to find what you’re looking for. We invite you to take a look at the enhanced web portal and the newly configured Education & Curriculum Pages; Instructor Management Pages; Training & Operations Pages; Automation Pages; Chain of Command; Contacts Pages; and the Library, along with the drop-down pages for each.
Please let us know how we can continue to improve the web portal to make it more active and accessible for you.
Cadet News Submissions
Have a story about a JROTC Unit or Cadet who did something amazing? E-Mail the JROTC Web Administrator with submissions and we’ll help you tell that story on the JROTC website. The JROTC website is ALL ABOUT OUR CADETS and your submissions can make them shine!
Please Send Us:
- Point of Contact (SAI/AI Names)
- Cadet Names
- Brigade/Unit/School Name
- The Story – please provide as much detail as possible.
- Please send photos in high resolution (do not insert into MS Word)
- Captions (who/what/when/where?)
- Photo credit (who took the picture?)
- YouTube links are great and can be embedded on the website.
- Video description (who/what/when/where?)
- Video credit (who took the video?)
Please ensure your School District or JROTC unit has a release signed by the Cadet’s parents allowing you to publicize this story.