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Cub Scouting (first through fifth grade boys)cub scout logo

Cub Scouting provides boys with a program of communication, education, achievement, and fun that involves the parent and family. The program also gives the boy weekly involvement with the small peer-group led by an adult. Find out out more about joining Cub Scouts.

The Tiger Cub program for first graders provides structured opportunity for a boy and his parent or other adult to spend quality time together learning more about the world, the community, and themselves. In turn, they enjoy projects, activities, and fellowship in a group of other boys and adults.

The Webelos program is designed for fourth and fifth graders. It is a continuation of Cub Scouting that involves the boy more in the dynamics of the small peer-group, the impact of the adult role-model becomes strong, and the program includes overnight camping.

Boy Scouting (11 through 17 year-old boys) Boy Scout logo

The Boy Scout program involves the boy more heavily in small peer group dynamics with the adult-role model becoming more significant. The program revolves around leadership opportunity; decision-making; hiking; camping; and personal achievement. The boy is exposed to over 120 hobby and career choices, frequently resulting in life-long involvement. Find out more about Boy Scouts.

Venturing (14 through 20 year-old men and women) venturing

The Venturing program provides young men and women with positive experiences so that they may become responsible and caring adults. Features exciting and meaningful activities including high-adventure programs, that allow youth to pursue special interests while developing leadership skills.

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Learning for Life Programs

Exploring (14 through 20 year-old men and women) Exploring is part of Learning for Life’s career education program for young men and women. It provides opportunities for young adults to explore career and hobby interests. The program is structured around the interest area of the youth, supported by the expertise and resources of the chartering organization. Traditional Exploring includes a variety of service, outdoor, fitness, and social activity. Career Awareness Exploring helps to expose high school students to the vast opportunities available, and assists them in making informed occupational choices. Learning for Life’s career education program for young men and women. It provides opportunities for young adults to explore career and hobby interests. The program is structured around the interest area of the youth, supported by the expertise and resources of the chartering organization. Traditional Exploring includes a variety of service, outdoor, fitness, and social activity. Career Awareness Exploring helps to expose high school students to the vast opportunities available, and assists them in making informed occupational choices.

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