Journey to Excellence, or JTE, is a self-evaluation tool that lets unit leaders see, quantitatively how well their unit is meeting the goals of Scouting.
Bringing together 82 Sea Scouts from five different continents, the 2016 William I. Koch International Sea Scout Cup is one of Sea Scouting's signature events.
June is Internet Safety Month, so now's the time to get up to speed on online safety with the help of the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children.
Now that Sea Scouting is its own program, a new Sea Scout Leadership Award will debut in 2017 to recognize outstanding service to Sea Scouting in 2016.
The 2016 National Flagship Award goes to Ship 100, nicknamed the "Viking," which is part of the San Francisco Bay Area Council.
Sea Scouting has become its own separate program with the BSA, and the move has generated some questions among current (and future!) Sea Scouts.
The National Venturing President and National Sea Scout Boatswain for the 2016-2017 Scouting year have been named. Please congratulate these young people.
Sea Scouting, the 104-year-old nautical arm of the Boy Scouts of America, will become its own independent program within the BSA, effective immediately.
The Boy Scouts of America’s National Executive Board ratified a resolution that removes the national restriction on openly gay adult leaders and employees.
The National Sea Scout Support Committee selected Edward Campbell of Albion, Ind., to be the 2015-2016 National Sea Scout Boatswain.