In a groundbreaking 2.5-year study, Dr. Richard M. Lerner and his team at Tufts University figured out whether Scouting does, indeed, build character.
#SummerofVenturing Day, a chance for Venturers from across the country to share photos, videos and stories from their summer adventures, is Aug. 31.
This summer, Lydia Grande spent six-and-a-half weeks as a counselor at Camp T. Brady Saunders in Virginia. She shares her "Lessons from Scout Camp" with us.
The Boy Scouts of America’s National Executive Board ratified a resolution that removes the national restriction on openly gay adult leaders and employees.
Katie Hancock, a Venturer from Lubbock, Texas, will move to Colorado to attend school and train and compete to be a world-class snowboarder.
Troop and Crew 140 of Buffalo Grove, Ill., spent 12 days in Alaska cruising through scenic fjords, ice-climbing and hiking through Denali National Park.
Few universities support Scouting the way Waynesburg University does. At this rural campus in Pennsylvania, the BSA connections are all around you.
National President Dr. Robert M. Gates encouraged the Scouting family to reflect in the days and months ahead on the challenges facing the BSA.
The BSA today named Michael Surbaugh its 13th Chief Scout Executive. He'll serve as the BSA’s top professional during an exciting time for Scouting.
The 2015 Guide to Advancement, your official source for administering advancement in all Boy Scouts of America programs, is now available.