The Community Organization Award square knot might not be easy to earn, but it’s now easier to get. You can buy the knot, recognizing Scouters’ volunteer achievements in
Millions of Americans—including several of your coworkers, friends, and family members—were involved in Scouting at one point in their lives. The trick is tracking
After a nine-month hiatus, we’re bringing back our Knot of the Week feature for a special look at the Silver Buffalo Award, just in time for the BSA National Annual
When walking along a trail at your favorite national park, brown trail signs mark your progress every few miles. These signs serve as a helpful reminder that you’re on the
No matter which faith you choose, being Reverent is Law in Scouting. Leaders who practice what their religion preaches are eligible to earn the silver-and-purple adult
The Venturing program gives young women and men new opportunities they can’t find in other programs. And with those new opportunities comes a new set of awards they can
When the number of recipients of a particular square knot is so small that the BSA can publish the list in its entirety, you know you’re dealing with a prestigious award.
Scouting’s diversity helps boys learn what it means to be an American. And the BSA embraces that fact by encouraging the growth of the program in underserved communities.
When representatives from the vast network of chartered Scouting organizations speak, the BSA listens. Want proof? Look no further than the Community Organization Award. It
Sorry to tell you this, but you probably can’t earn this week’s Knot of the Week. That’s because the Silver World Award is only available to Scouters who are not