It’s time to look back on how we’ve grown as an organization this year. In 2018, we saw a lot of changes, inspirational stories, and commitment to the Scouting program. We’d like to reflect on this year to share with the Scouting community things they may have missed or things they’d like to be reminded of. Here is the most creative, most inspirational, and most improved for the year.
Big Changes for The Boy Scouts of America
The Boy Scouts of America is going through many changes with the reintroduction of young women to the Scouting program and the recently launched ‘Scout Me In’ campaign. Keep up to date on these new changes and how they are affecting your unit.
Scouts That Inspire
Our Scouts have amazing stories to share. This year we’ve seen brave Scouts go above and beyond to help others. These Scouts exemplify the helpful, kind, and brave characteristics that Scouts are taught in our programs.
Commitment to Scouting
As the program continues to evolve and grow, we’ve seen several Scouts show how committed they are to being a Scout and sharing the Scouting ways. Once a Scout, always a Scout.
Creative Fun-Filled Activities Everybody Loves
These articles share popular ideas for everyone to get creative. Fostering creativity and building character through these activities are some of the best parts of our programs. If you haven’t had a chance, start creating crafts, wood carvings, or pinewood derby cars with your Scout. It’s a family-friendly activity that everyone can be a part of.
New and Improved Resources and Training
As an organization, change is necessary. That’s why we’ve introduced and improved several parts of our Scouting and training programs. The introduction of Scoutbook and the changes made to youth protection training are ensuring that the Scouting program is safer and more efficient than ever. Here are some of the most relevant and helpful resources you’ll want to know about.
Thanks for looking back with us on the best of 2018. We look forward to creating and sharing more with you in the future.