shooting sports conferenceJoin us at the National Shooting Sports Conference to see and experience shooting sports programs first hand, plus learn how these programs can help you grow membership.
Shooting sports can attract and retain youth in our movement. Millions of young people participate in one or more of our shooting sports annually – archery, rifle shooting, shotgun activities, and more – guided by adults who have the skills and knowledge to provide quality programs in a safe and effective way.
 
This conference will be an investment in your program now and in the years to come.
 
WHO:
 
Shooting Sports Chair & Committee,
Director of Support Services,

Program Directors, Camping Directors and

Professionals with Venturing Goals,

Resident Camp Directors, and Program Directors.
 
   
WHEN:
 
September 28 – 30, 2018
 
   
WHERE:
 
Summit Bechtel Reserve, Glen Jean, WV
 
   
WHY:
 
1. Learn how to organize Venturing Crews in
youth council to participate in shooting sports programs.

2. Learn about the new programs added

to the Shooting Sports lineup.

3. Learn how to increase participation and quality

of your programs at all levels. Get Answers to training

and how it can help your programs.

4. Find new sources of revenue and learn

how to ask for donations.


View the brochure to learn more about the action-packed lineup
 
   
Space is limited, so don’t miss out on this incredible opportunity!
 

Register Now: Shooting Sports Conference Registration

 
Take advantage of this special offer:

If you send 3 or more council representatives to the 2018 Shooting Sports Conference, your council will receive $250.00 off the fee for one attendee of the 2019 Shooting Sports National Camping School!


If you have any questions, please contact 
shooting.sports@scouting.org.
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Madison Austin
studies Public Relations at Brigham Young University and is a marketing specialist at the Utah National Parks Council. She is an avid hiker and enjoys being outdoors. Growing up in the mountainous regions of Colorado and Virginia enabled her to follow these passions. After moving to Utah to attend college, she has spent her time fostering both a career in Communications and a love for Utah's National Parks.

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