OCS of Palm Beach County

About This Chapter

Our Community Salutes of Palm Beach County recognizes and honors high school students (and their families) for their decision to enlist in the Armed Services after their high school graduations. Join us, and your community, as we say ‘Thank You.’

Volunteers

Want to participate in a OCS community?

Individual, groups, organizations and businesses alike can demonstrate their commitment by volunteering to help with a local OCS chapter.

From banquets to auditorium events, we have something that will fit your interests and let you join in the spirit of camaraderie.

Please contact us to learn about volunteer opportunities and we’ll help you get started.

Sponsors

We’re proud to provide support from our sponsors who have an interest in serving the needs of your our military community. Contact us to see how you can help the enlistees and families of our communities.
Become a Sponsor

Contact Information

2017 Recognition Ceremony

The 2017 Our Community Salutes of Palm Beach County, proudly presented by the Department of Choice and Career Options and Bank of America, will take place on May 1, 2017 at Olympic Heights Community High school in Boca Raton. 

Thank you to Shannon Cake, Bank of America, Office Depot-Office Max, Keiser University and Duffy’s Corporate and Restaurants for helping make this event special for the Enlistees and their families, and most of all, for your unwavering support of the School District of Palm Beach County. 

Stay tuned for updated information on our Guest Speaker! 

2016 Recognition Ceremony

OCS Palm BeachThe 2016 OCS of Palm Beach Recognition Event will be held on Tuesday May 3, 2016 at the Atlantic Community High School in Delray Beach, Florida at 5:00pm.

2015 Recognition Ceremony

The OCS of Palm Beach Recognition Event was held on May, 5 2015 at the Forest Hill Community High School in West Palm Beach.

Recent News and Information

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Palm Beach County Students Saluted for Enlisting in the Military

May 5th, 2015|0 Comments

“The decision to join the U.S. military is one that usually goes unheralded. “Only one percent of this nation serves in the military, says retired Command Sgt. Major Michele Jones. “Ninety-nine percent reaps the benefits […]