Nobody likes fundraising. But with the right online tools, you can make your next fundraising effort painless, efficient and — dare I say it? — fun.
Registration is live for a pair of 2018 national Wood Badge Pilot Courses that precede a 2019 update to the BSA’s premier leadership training program.
Here are some of the tips that can help Scout leaders, parents and “upstanders” respond quickly and effectively to bullying.
The Chicago native, who celebrated his 96th birthday last week, is one of the oldest Scouters in the nation to have ever received the OA Vigil Honor.
Venturing turns 20 in 2018, and to celebrate, the BSA’s program for older youth is asking for Venturing stories and photos from current and past members.
Through its new grant programs, Scouting Alumni & Friends is offering free money to help councils boost their engagement with alumni.
So you’ve got your kiddo in a uniform and found a local troop. Here’s a sneak peek of one troop’s weekly meeting, from one parent to another.
The historic move means boys and girls will soon experience the values-based, life-changing, Instagram-worthy moments offered in all of Scouting’s programs.
For National Bullying Prevention Month and beyond, let’s encourage our Scouts to do something. Let’s encourage them to be upstanders — not bystanders.
A sharp blade can be a useful tool when setting up camp, fishing or cooking. It can also be dangerous when used carelessly.
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Bryan Wendell, an Eagle Scout, is senior editor of Boys’ Life, Scouting and Eagles’ Call magazines.
Michael Freeman, an Eagle Scout, is associate editor of Boys’ Life, Scouting and Eagles’ Call magazines.
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