Elizabeth Ramirez-Washka, the former senior vice president, deputy general counsel and chief diversity officer, reflects on her efforts to develop a culture in which every youth, volunteer and employee feels included and welcomed.
The first new merit badge for youth in the Scouts BSA program since 2017 officially launches today. Called Citizenship in Society, it provides Scouts with opportunities to learn more about our world by encouraging them
Who’s going backpacking this summer? (Yep, I’ve got my hand raised, too!) After you’ve collected the essentials—like a great stove, sturdy boots, a lightweight tent—did you remember the most important item for a long-distance trek?
When our gear guru Stephen Regenold (founder of thegearjunkie.com) selects items for Scouting magazine’s “Great Gear” column, he uses two important criteria when making his final selections: style and function. Buff headwear—featured in our May-June
Your local council’s goal of achieving diversity just got way easier. Two new BSA partnerships with the United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (USHCC) and the Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities (HACU) aim to