“Cadetiquette” The Class Behind The Uniform
West Point graduates carry themselves with an unmistakable poise and bearing. Some of that leadership presence is instilled at the Academy, where, along with academic, military, physical and character training, all cadets are trained in social development, etiquette and protocol.
“Cadetiquette: The Class Behind The Uniform" is our exclusive behind-the-scenes look at one of the most memorable classes that all Cadets at West Point must take.
In addition to our video, read more about how “Cadetiquette,” or West Point's Social Development Program, continues to evolve in the summer issue of West Point magazine. The program was established in 1931 and the Director of etiquette and protocol training at West Point has traditionally been known as the “Cadet Hostess.” Click on the link below to see a full list of Cadet Hostesses including the current program Director, Mrs.Cynthia Hunter, who reminds us that “respect and courtesy never go out of style!”
Read more here: https://bit.ly/cadetiquette