U.S. Army Cadets Visit Tanzania in CULP Program

Cadet Dustin Stephans of Loyal University Chicago instructs on the components of computer systems at Kilimanjaro Information Technology in Moshi, Tanzania on 25 May 2016 in order to familiarize students with the capabilities and purpose of each component.
Cadet Dustin Stephans of Loyal University Chicago instructs on the components of computer systems at Kilimanjaro Information Technology in Moshi, Tanzania on 25 May 2016 in order to familiarize students with the capabilities and purpose of each component.
Cadet Dustin Stephans of Loyal University Chicago instructs on the components of computer systems at Kilimanjaro Information Technology in Moshi, Tanzania on 25 May 2016 in order to familiarize students with the capabilities and purpose of each component.

U.S. Army Cadets this month are participating in the Cultural Understanding and Language Proficiency (CULP) program in Tanzania. The Army Cadets are demonstrating various activities to Tanzanian youth.

The CULP program provides the Cadets with real-world missions where they can practice leadership. They immerse in learning languages, cultures and socio-economic situations so they can learn through personal experience that cultures are different and building relationships is important.

 

 

 

 

Cadet Michael Schulte of Florida A&M University instructs on world history at Kilimanjaro Information Technology in Moshi, Tanzania on 24 May 2016 in order to familiarize students on the impact history has on culture.
Cadet Michael Schulte of Florida A&M University instructs on world history at Kilimanjaro Information Technology in Moshi, Tanzania on 24 May 2016 in order to familiarize students on the impact history has on culture.