Cadet Summer Training

CULP Cadets in Vietnam—our CELTT experience in photos.

 

Army ROTC Cadets are in Vietnam teaching conversational English to members of its military, at the request of the host country. As part of their jobs– Vietnam search and rescue—these officers will need to be able to communicate in English.

Cadet Juvie Varela, from the University of Hawaii, teaches English to Vietnamese officers who are part of Vietnam search and rescue (VINASARCOM) in Hanoi Vietnam. As part of their jobs they will need to know English. Varela is in Vietnam as part of ROTCs Cultural Understanding Language Proficiency program. The program takes Cadets to one of 40 countries on missions like, teaching English at the request of the host nation, and in turn the Cadets learn a new language and learn about the culture and the country.

Cadet Juvie Varela, from the University of Hawaii, teaches English to Vietnamese officers who are part of Vietnam search and rescue (VINASARCOM) in Hanoi Vietnam. As part of their jobs they will need to know English. Varela is in Vietnam as part of ROTCs Cultural Understanding Language Proficiency program. The program takes Cadets to one of 40 countries on missions like, teaching English at the request of the host nation, and in turn the Cadets learn a new language and learn about the culture and the country.

Cadet David DiPasquale,  from Slippery Rock University Pennsylvania, teaches English to Vietnamese officers who are part of Vietnam search and rescue (VINASARCOM) in Hanoi Vietnam. As part of their jobs they will need to know English. DiPasquale is in Vietnam as part of ROTCs Cultural Understanding Language Proficiency program. The program takes Cadets to one of 40 countries on missions like, teaching English at the request of the host nation, and in turn the Cadets learn a new language and learn about the culture and the country.

Cadet David DiPasquale, from Slippery Rock University Pennsylvania, teaches English to Vietnamese officers who are part of Vietnam search and rescue (VINASARCOM) in Hanoi Vietnam. As part of their jobs they will need to know English. DiPasquale is in Vietnam as part of ROTCs Cultural Understanding Language Proficiency program. The program takes Cadets to one of 40 countries on missions like, teaching English at the request of the host nation, and in turn the Cadets learn a new language and learn about the culture and the country.

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