In March 2011, three Camel Company commissioned officers, Bryan Kirk, Brett McCreight, and Christopher Samples brainstormed ways to assist and encourage current ROTC students at Campbell to excel in their academics and ROTC.
They did this because they believe that Campbell University is the best ROTC program in the country – always has been, always will be.
They believe that reducing financial obstacles to cadet’s achieving their full academic and leadership potential will help make them better leaders for the Army and our communities and CU ROTC will remain a national leader.
That desire lead them to create the Camel Company Alumni Scholarship Fund (CCASF).
To date, they have provided over $4,000 in scholarship money to seven non-scholarship cadets.
Left, the founders at Fort Fisher, North Carolina, March 2011.
A scholarship program funded and actively administered by Camel Company ROTC Alumni that rewards the non-scholarship cadets of the Camel Company ROTC department, provides mentorship opportunities between donors and active cadets, and capitalizes on the esprit de corps and generosity of the Camel Company alumni to fund additional scholarship opportunities.