We bet you know that the BSA launched Venturing in 1998 to help older youths, 14- to 20-year-olds, advance their skills and knowledge. But do you know whom the organization recruited to make it happen?
Here’s a stat that will blow your mind: If Scouts worldwide formed their own country, they would comprise Earth’s 45th-largest nation—ahead of Saudi Arabia, Australia, and the Netherlands. That’s 28 million Scouts in 160 countries!
One of the coolest parts of Scouting is that every volunteer across the country shares similar values and experiences. It doesn’t matter if you talk to a Scouter from Montana or Maine—the way volunteers talk
With great Scouting stories from across the country, just waiting to be told, newspapers and other media outlets are catching on. Here are some recent highlights: So much for resting on his laurels. Instead of
The weekend’s almost here. That means that you can start daydreaming about another great trip with your Scouting unit. If you close your eyes, your office transforms… That’s not microwave popcorn you hear down the
It doesn’t matter whether you’ve been a Scouting volunteer for five months or 50 years—your role in the lives of youth has equal importance. Still, you’ve got to be inspired by volunteers who have given