- Cadet Leaders Course (CLC/Advanced Camp) – The Cadet Leaders Course is the U.S. Army Cadet Command’s capstone event. All Cadets attend this 29-day event at Ft. Knox, KY the summer after their MSIII year. Each year thousands of Cadets from all over the country attend CLC. The training incorporates tactical scenarios that require Cadets to draw on the basic military skills taught at their host school. CLC culminates in a regimental graduation ceremony. It emphasizes team-building and leadership skill development. Cadre provide guidance and training and assess cadets on their ability to lead others under stressful circumstances.
- Cadet Initial Entry Training (CIET/Basic Camp) – The Cadet Initial Entry Training Camp is a four-week course located in Ft. Knox, KY that introduces Cadets to Army life and the leadership training of the Reserve Officer Training Corps. CIET is typically attended between the MSII and MSIII year, instilling the confidence and decision making abilities necessary to become a leader, both in the Army and in all aspects of life.
- Additional Training Opportunities - Along with the designated curriculum taught at their school, Cadets may have the opportunity to attend additional Army training during the summer. These courses include Airborne, Air Assault, Cultural Understanding and Language Proficiency, and Mountain Warfare School, amongst others.