Jose Bareng » Jose Bareng

Jose Bareng


Jose Bareng is an experienced educator who has been a junior ROTC instructor since 2012.  In addition, he also has three years of experience teaching college-level ROTC.  He is a retired military service member, having served for a total of 23 years.  He has industry experience in software systems design and analysis through the Air Force.


He possesses a California Designated Subjects Special Subjects Teaching Credential in ROTC.  He has a bachelor’s of science degree in computer science and a master’s of science degree in software systems engineering.


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(661) 294-1188 x113

Air Force Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (AFJROTC) is a program designed to develop citizens of character dedicated to serving their nation and community. To support this mission, the Academic Affairs Directorate of the Jeanne M. Holm Center for Officer Accessions and Citizen Development (Holm Center) produces “world-class” academic materials for AFJROTC units worldwide.
Each AFJROTC class consists of three components—aerospace science (AS), leadership education (LE), and wellness. Citizenship and character education, the heart of the curriculum program, is primarily embedded in the leadership education series of courses, while sense of service and education in science and technology related aerospace science is primarily found in the aerospace science series of courses.

To reinforce what is taught in the classroom, instructors and cadets participate in Curriculum-In-Action (CIA) trips to military bases, aerospace facilities and industries, museums, civilian airports and other areas related to aerospace and leadership education. AFJROTC units also offer the opportunity to participate in co-curricular activities to include in drill and ceremonies, cadet leadership course, and honorary academic groups. Additionally, community service projects are a major part of the AFJROTC experience and helps instill a sense of civic pride and citizenship.