Scouting Wire Volunteer Newsletter
Check out these 5 can't-miss stories for September 9, 2015, and then share your favorites with your Scouting team!
Are you getting questions about what Scoutbook can offer parents, Scouts, and volunteers? Here's a chance to help your team understand what you gain with this revolutionary Scouting web application.
From the Chief: Twitter Tackles Building Confidence in YouthBuilding confidence in youth is no small feat. As an organization that works to empower young people, we at the BSA know this as well as anyone.
For more than a century the BSA has used the great outdoors as a classroom to teach character development, citizenship training, and personal fitness. And now families with Scouts in the fourth grade have a great opportunity to explore federally managed lands and waters for free.Read more
Women have a tremendous history in the Boy Scouts of America. Whether leading from the front or supporting the movement in less visible roles, the organization would not exist as we know it without the steadfast dedication of countless exceptional women.Read more
Tip of the Week!
Plenty of volunteers are first time Scout leaders so asking for help from seasoned professionals, volunteers, and community members should be no big deal, right? For many new leaders, it's not that simple. But the tips in this month's Cubcast can make your new role a whole lot easier. Check it out here.
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