Activities

July 31, 2013

To apply for activities managed by CAP Cadet Programs you must be able to log into “e-Services” to access and complete the on-line Special Activities application.  This means you must have a CAPID and a password.  Do not wait until the last minute to establish a password and confirm that...

July 29, 2013

You may apply for any activity that you're interested in but if you are slotted for an activity that is not your first choice there are some things to be aware of: the slotting system has a lockout feature so that when you're slotted for an activity, it removes you from...

July 28, 2013

You do not have to send in a paper application when you apply. If you are approved and selected to attend an activity (see Understanding the Slotting Process) the director will contact you with specific instructions on your signed application. Sign the “Release Agreement” and have your parent or guardian...

July 27, 2013

Yes, you can edit your preferences or make changes to any part of your application at any time and simply resubmit but TAKE NOTE: Once you have your Commander Approvals, any changes to the preferences in your application will reset the approvals and your commanders will need to repeat this process!!

July 27, 2013

"My application was complete when I submitted it but I was not selected for an activity and when I looked, eServices said my application was incomplete or Pending Approval; WHAT HAPPENED?!" If you changed your preferenced after the commander approvals, it resets the approvals which means you're not available for...

July 26, 2013

NCSA applications may be submitted in e-services from 1 December to 15 January. Most NCSAs are slotted through an automated process based on point values.  Activities that require a supplemental (CLA, COS, IACE and NCLS), such as an essay or a questionnarrie, will be slotted manually.  A committee will grade...

March 14, 2013

If you are selected as a primary for one activity, the system will remove you from other activities during that same time-frame, since you can't be at two places at once. For instance, say you are slotted to National Blue Beret ( 23 July - 4 Aug)  If you had...

March 13, 2013

Applicants are arranged in two (2) groups:  Primaries and Alternates Primaries are those whose applications are complete, on time, approved by the unit and wing, and slotted to attend an activity.  An invoice will be in eservices for you to pay for the event. Alternates means the application is complete and has...

March 11, 2013

You may pay for your NCSA online in eServices or by mailing a payment. To make an online payment: Login to eservices (capnhq.gov)  Select "Registration and Payment System" on the left hand side Select Payment and follow the instructions. Use the payment form if you would rather send us your payment in the...

March 6, 2013

Alternate positions are not numbered.  Each member has an objective score that can be calculated at any time (see Understanding the Slotting Process). The objective score is used by the computer during initial slotting for most activities. Currently the computer does not slot or notify: Staff Activities Hawk Mountain Activities...

December 31, 2011

You can read the policy about the NCSA ribbon and the activities that qualify for it by clicking on the NCSA Ribbon button at the top of the page.

December 14, 2011

Commander approvals for NCSA applications are done online in eServices. Once an application is complete unit commanders will see a notification in their Commander's Corner. They can access the approvals in the NCSA Main Menu on the eServices homescreen.   Once applications have been approved at the unit level they...

December 1, 2011

Many wings ask two questions in this regard:   "Should we green light senior members? and "Should we green light IACE?" In both instances we would say No:  Senior member applications contribute to the overall number of greenlights available to a wing (10% of total applications rounded up to the...

 

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