A young person’s window to an exciting career just got a lot more awesome.
Yes, it’s time to take a new look at Exploring, the career exploration Scouting program for young people ages 14 to 20.
Exploring, an affiliate of the Boy Scouts of America, lets teens get a taste of a career that interests them through exciting, hands-on exposure they can’t get in school — or anywhere else, really.
And with a new tagline — “Discover Your Future” — a phenomenal new website, and teen-targeted imagery, Exploring is ready to reintroduce itself to the world.
I mean, just watch this terrific video to get a sense of the you-can’t-do-this-elsewhere experiences awaiting Explorers.
Read more about this big relauch on Scouting Wire. There you’ll find ideas for sharing this news with members of your Scouting and non-Scouting circles, including images you can use to help spread the word.
Chief Scout Executive Michael Surbaugh, in writing about Exploring on Scouting Wire, sees a great future for this great program.
“I feel we have only scratched the surface of all this wonderful program has to offer,” he writes. “In fact, I believe Exploring has the potential to help reverse the decline in Scouting membership, which is why we’re investing our efforts in helping youth discover this program and the important role it can play in helping to shape their future.”
Twelve career fields. Endless possibilities.
The best way to learn more about this program is to spend some time exploring Exploring’s website.
There you’ll learn how Explorers can get involved in one of 12 different career fields:
- Arts and Humanities
- Engineering and Technology
- Fire and Emergency
- Law and Government
- Law Enforcement
- Skilled Trades
- Social Services
Young people love Exploring because it gives them real-world experience that could help them land a job.
Business leaders love Exploring because it provides a pipeline of talented, motivated young people that can help grow their business.
It’s an exciting time to get involved with Exploring. “Discover Your Future” today.