The days leading up to the Thursday & Friday of grad week are busy ones.
Families of grads are appearing almost every day, last minute events, dress rehearsals etc. are happening all over the place.
Following is just a glimpse of some of these happenings for 2017:
Cadets help to psych kids up early!
Eight Officer Cadets helped during the past eight months preparing a booth for Science Rendez-Vous this year (the first time for the MPL department
The booth was a popular one; it was designed to help children with various activities and explain some basic psychological principles.
Article by / par – NCdt (lll) Kassandra Byrne
Cadets in the Military Psychology and Leadership programme (pictured: Alexandra Horeczy, Carson MacNeil, Clare Choi, Chelsea St-Amand, Kassandra Byrne, Justin Kellermann-Thompson; absent: Eliza Bruce, Hugh Murray), under the guidance of Chelsea St-Amand (student co-ordinator) and Dr. Adelheid Nicol, volunteered to put together a booth for Science Rendez-Vous at the K-Rock arena in Kingston Ontario May 13, 2017. This was to promote RMCC and get children interested in the field of psychology!
Les élofs qui suivent le programme offert par le Département de Psychologie militaire et Leadership (photo: Alexandra Horeczy, Carson MacNeil, Clare Choi, Chelsea St-Amand, Kassandra Byrne, Justin Kellermann-Thompson; absent: Eliza Bruce, Hugh Murray), sous la supervision d’Élof Chelsea St-Amand (coordinatrice étudiante) et Mme Adelheid Nicol, se sont portés volontaires pour créer des activités dans le domaine de la psychologie pour Science Rendez-Vous à l’arène de K-Rock à Kingston Ontario, le 13 mai, 2017. L’objectif était de promouvoir CMRC et de stimuler l’intérêt en psychologie chez les enfants!
Another week on the roads: Nijmegen Training with the official team
OCdt Eliza Bruce, IV (27472), E-veritas correspondent
The RMCC Nijmegen Team completed its first week of training as an official team this past week, adjusting to the marches and workouts with a much smaller and more compact group than during tryouts. With two marches just shy of 30km, one recovery march after Grad Parade, another workout day, and a kit distribution at the Base QM followed by filling sandbags for our small packs to meet the minimum weight requirement, the team is pulling through with a strong start to its training summer, with humour, endurance, and comradery.
Below is a picture taken by workers from one of the team’s rest stops along Highway 2 that was posted to the business’ Facebook page for Heritage Living Woodworking:
Proud moment for Heritage Living today! A group of soldiers were out for training today, and as they were walking by our yard they asked if they could stop for lunch. Eternally grateful for our Canadian Army. Facebook article