In Scouting, as in life, change is inevitable. You’ve got new merit badges, new locations for campouts, new roles in your unit, new health and safety regulations, and more. That makes change the only fact
I’ve been involved in Scouting for more than 20 years, and I love trivia. At Wood Badge, those two forces collided, resulting in one giant, flaming ball of disappointment and public shame. I don’t want
Kids spend more than 7.5 hours a day using some kind of electronic device, according to a 2010 Kaiser Family Foundation study. In other words, if they’re awake and not at school, they’re probably online.
You don’t tell young people why they should join Scouting. You show them. That’s the thinking behind the BSA’s new Visual Storytelling Workshops, happening this summer. Here’s a chance to spend several days learning the secrets of
You can’t ignore the numbers. According to the 2010 Census, 16.3 percent of U.S. citizens are of Hispanic or Latino origin. In the BSA, the proportion is much lower. Hispanic youth account for just 6.8 percent of all