Merit badges don’t teach themselves.
And with the 2013 National Scout Jamboree just 14 months away, the BSA’s looking for a few good men and women to demonstrate their skills.
Janice Downey and the Innovation team are looking for six volunteers to help with each of those merit badges. Thirty-six people in all.
If you have professional or recreational expertise in any of those fields, send Janice an e-mail and let her know. Contact email@example.com, and be sure to include your Scouting experience and area of expertise.
She’s looking for people already committed to attend the jamboree either full or half-time.
If you’re not yet registered, that’s OK. You can apply now. If you’re already registered and haven’t committed to a specific position, let Janice know and she’ll take a look at your staff application.
Are you in? You’ll help share your passion for Inventing, Robotics, Chess, Welding, Search & Rescue, and Game Design while experiencing the first jamboree held at the BSA’s new high-adventure home. What’s the downside of that?
Photo by Flickr user photologue_np.
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