STEM Fun at the 2017 National Jamboree

From welding and decoding encrypted messages, to robots tying knots, this year's Jamboree offered some of the most intriguing STEM activities to thousands of...

Trading Cards: The Jamboree Craze that Sent Scouts on a Wild...

Scouts looked high and low, near and far across the Summit. They asked Scoutmasters, staff, and friends to help them on their journey. They...

3 Simple Tips for A Teenager to Balance A Crazy Schedule

Young adults (aged 18-33) used to be the most stressed age range in America. After all, they dealt with the pressures of college classes,...
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How to Keep Your Kids Safe Online

In the past, a child was safe from most of the world’s dangers if he was home at night. However, in today’s connected world,...
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Eagle Scout’s Video Combats Cyber Bullying

Nick Hiratsuka, an 18-year-old from Mountain View High School in Tucson, Arizona, completed his outstanding Eagle Project in November of 2016 for the United...

“Don’t DIS my ABILITY”

Imagine yourself as a young teenage boy at the 2017 National Jamboree. It's just after dinner, and everyone lounges around the sub-camp, resting from...

International Youth Protection Symposium

On the 17th and 18th of October the Boy Scouts of America and Kiwanis International will host the fourth International Youth Protection Symposium in...

Changing Boys Into Men: A Response to Hardy’s 10 Habits

I recently read Benjamin Hardy’s post suggesting 10 habits to change boys into men. While reading, I kept thinking, “This is why we need Scouting!” Before...
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Scouting Chaplain Saves the Day at Jamboree 2017

Imagine going to one of the nation’s top youth events with one your friends and then getting lost in the crowd. You’re by yourself...

How Realizing God on a Daily Basis Can Help You Find...

I had the amazing opportunity to help interview Eagle Scout, Richard K. of Charleston, South Carolina who was attending his first Jamboree at the...

An All-Girls Venturing Crew Hits the Sea and Shows the World...

“We want more young men and young women to become Scoutmasters,” Baden-Powell said in 1914. Although it may seem like a benign comment, it actually...