Transcript: The Boy Scouts of America will prepare every eligible youth in America to become a responsible, participating citizen and leader who is guided by the Scout Oath and Law. Vision 5. Plan, develop and lead a community service project 6. Take part in a unit leader conference 7. Complete the Eagle Scout board of review Scout Law A Scout is: Trustworthy Loyal Helpful Friendly Courteous Kind Eagle Scout Rank Requirements Obedient Cheerful Thrifty Brave Clean Reverent On my honor I will do my best To do my duty to God and my country and to obey the Scout Law; To help other people at all times; To keep myself physically strong, mentally awake, and morally straight. 1. Serve your troop as a Life Scout for six months 2. Provide the names of five people who are willing to attest that you have lived the Scout Oath and Law 3. Earn a total of 21 merit badges, including 10 specifically required ones 4. Serve your troop/crew/team in a position of responsibility Mission Statement Scout Oath The mission of the Boy Scouts of America is to prepare young people to make ethical and moral choices over their lifetimes by instilling in them the values of the Scout Oath and Law.
Transcript: History The Boy Scouts is an organization that is used to instill leadership into young men.As a Scout you are taught the principles of leadership.Through a wide range of outdoor activities, and education programs, scouts are taught respect, and how to be self reliant Why they are important In 1910 the Boy Scouts of America was created as a leadership organization for young men between the ages of 10 and 18 in America. Since then the Boy Scouts has had about 4.5 million members. Benefits Their Importance In my Scout Troop, we adopted a highway that we cleaned often. Mentored young kids in the local area. Helped out those who could not help themselves. The Boy Scouts of America What do They do? As an Eagle Scout, I can give you first hand knowledge on the impact, that being a Scout has on a young man, and the Impact that it has on a community.
Transcript: Introduction Background Values BSA mission statement Schwartz Circumplex Espoused-enacted values congruence Teamwork communication interdependency team cohesion Management Style Decentralization Leading by example Balance and coordination Feedback Motivation Self-motivation "Expectancy theory of Motivation" Maslow's Needs Hierachy Theory Employees' inputs Recommendations Utilize teamwork Moving out of conservation quarter Improve communication -> better conflict resolution Small gestures of gratitude Conclusion
Transcript: Boy Scouts of America So why start Scouting (don't they just get made fun of?) You will get tangible results as well. -Recognition -Respect -Responsibilty Scouting allows you to learn valuable life skills. -Leadership -First Aid -How to be a model citizen Very few things look good on your resume as an adult that was accomplished in teenage years Becoming and Eagle Scout is one of those few things By: Taylor Willison Backround Information Tenderfoot You should look for a troop that is run in a fashion that caters to your intrests. Second Class Scouts are now familiar with the troop and play an active role in thier patrols. Some even hold leadership position. First Class Star Scout What is Venture Crew? Venture Crew, is a specail branch of scouting that is avainble to scouts that are 14 and older and are at least star scout. Activites include... Scouts will now be "running the show" you will be able to plan meetings and trips Scouts are now elligble to join the Venture Crew Merit badges become part of the scouts advancement requirements What is a Merit Badge? Merit Badges are awards your get for completeing requirements in a certain disipline that are outside of the general rank requirements. Life Scout Life Scout is the final step. You are expected to be a leader in your troop and a role model to younger scouts This is the final step. Most Scouts drop out here being known as "Life for Life" Eagle Scout You have now reached the highest rank in Boy Scouts You have 21 Merit Badges Over 30 Hours of service And Comleted your own service project Only 2/100 Scouts reach Eagle. Do you have what it takes? Eagle Scout Second Class Tenderfoot Star Scout Caving Backpacking SCUBA Canoe Trips White water rafting Life Scout Scouts now must have held leadership poisiton. They will have been on multiple camping trips and given at least 10 hours of community service First Class Your Fist steps of scouting require you to find a troop. Many troops focus on particular activites such as backpacking or camping. Rank
Transcript: Once a month the boy scouts will take a weekend a reserve a spot at a boy scout camp. Once there the older scouts will teach the younger scouts how to build a proper fire or how to build a cooking stove. By doing so they are passing their knowledge on to the next generation which will happen again when the younger scouts become older. History of the Scouts Boy Scouts of America During the year the boy scouts do what is called a service project. This is a community service project where the boy scouts for a day or two do something productive for their community such as building a shed for a school or fixing boat racks for a lake. Boy Scouts learn how to build types of fire, medical procedures for burns, snake and spider bites as well as how to cook food. They also learn how to track animals and how to properly care for an injury. Why they were founded What boy scouts actually learn Founded February 8, 1910 Founded by Colin H. Livingstone Created under the laws of the district of columbia History of the boy scouts Boy Scouts by Giovanni Mercado The boy scouts of America teaches boy scouts how to survive in the woods as well as showing them how to give back to their community with service projects. Created to teach boys about survival in the wilderness as well as about leadership and togetherness. Service Projects What they teach Boy scout trips
Transcript: Venturing Crew William D. Boyce The Great Outdoors Friendship Leadership opportunities Tools to: make the most of your family, community, & your nation Experiences Career exploration Boy Scouts of America OA Brotherhood Vigil Trusworthy, Loyal, Helpful, Friendly, Courteous, Kind, Obedient, Cheerful, Thrifty, Brave, Clean, Reverent A Glimpse into BSA History The most exciting youth-planned and youth-run organization around!!! Young adults ages 14-20 The Boy Scout Law A Scout is... Promises of Scouting Lord Baden-Powell Let the Adventure Begin...
Transcript: Oath On my honor i will do my best to do my duty to god in my country to obey the scout laws to help other people at all times to keep myself physically strong, mentally awake and morally straight. Law A scout is trustworthy, loyal, helpful, friendly, courteous, kind, obedient, cheerful, thrifty, brave, clean and reverent. Motto Be Prepared slogan Do a good turn daily! PLc Patrol Leaders Council Boy Scouts Of America eagle star scout tenderfoot first class Life what i am now second class Merit Badges
Transcript: ✳✱* What is the Charity's mission statement? - To prepare young people to make ethical and moral choices over their lifetimes by instilling in them the values of the Scout Oath and Law. How much money have they raised? - Varies per local troop, around 310 million dollars yearly. How many people have they helped? - More than 110 million people and their families. Conclusion I believe that my charity is a good choice because it strives for helping the youth prepare for the future ahead of them and have good morals. Traits that are very useful when someone is preparing for life outside of schooling. Purpose By: Alex Hill Specific Examples What are some significant events or milestones? - Over 2.7 million Cub Scouts have became Eagle Scouts. Over the years BSA has included large mandatory efforts to alert and help families with the threat of child abuse. Boy Scouts of America I am blessed by the help that Boy Scouts of America have given me and my family. Had it not been for them I fear that my boys would not have had very many friends or experiences growing up. I owe them the world. - Becky (Mother of Scouts) "Scouting helped me build upon my education. Without it I would have never strived for where I am now". - Chuck Smith (Awarded Eagle Scout Rank in 1959) When was it founded? - 1910 Who founded it? - Robert Baden-Powell, 1st Baron Baden-Powell, Ernest Thompson Seton, Daniel Carter Beard, William D. Boyce Where is it located? - 7125 Fall Creek Rd N, Indianapolis, IN 46256 History Section What are the general ways in which they help others? - They help children learn important life values and how to get far in life.
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