The Specific Training portion addresses the needs of adults who have recently accepted the responsibility of delivering the Scouting program to youth by serving as Scoutmasters and Assistant Scoutmasters. The Outdoor Weekend is a fun-filled program of hands-on skills training in the outdoors. It's designed to help you master the basic camp skills required for Tenderfoot to First Class. Both, along with This is Scouting, are required to be considered TRAINED and are a prerequisite for attendance at WOOD BADGE.
This training is ideal for older Scouts who would like to add excitement and diversity to their Scouting activities, or for adults interested in serving our Scouting youth in a very exciting and rewarding way. These skills will be valuable as you grow as a leader in school, the workplace, or your Scout unit.
It is a unique opportunity to learn how to develop effective teams and understand group dynamics as well as facilitate the COPE program at Goose Pond. If you love high adventure and challenge, we want you!
Great Medicine, the National Youth Leadership Training Conference, is a two-weekend training for youth leaders developed by the Boy Scouts of America and offered by the Northeastern Pennsylvania Council. The conference is an exciting, action-packed program designed to provide youth with 21st century leadership skills and experiences they can use in their home troops, crews and in other situations demanding leadership of self and others. Scoutmasters and Crew Advisers are encouraged to provide opportunities within their units for application and use of the leadership training learned at the conference so that the Scout applies the skills he or she learns during the conference. Great Medicine is conducted by a staff of top-level, Scouts and Leaders selected by the Council Training Committee. Due to course dynamics, full attendance at both weekends is required for course completion.
August 28 –30, 2015
September 12 – 14, 2015
(Both weekends are required)
In 1911, Baden-Powell took the first steps in training Scouting’s adult leaders by organizing a series of lectures for Scouters. He made great strides in the years that followed, culminating in 1919 with the establishment of Wood Badge training. Wood Badge recipients now number more than 100,000 and can be found all over the world!
DB - District Committee Training
DB - Cub Scout/Boy Scout Roundtable
02/04/2015 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm
Finance Committee Meeting
02/04/2015 6:45 pm - 8:30 pm
TM - Cub Scout Roundtable
6:00 pm 02/06/2015 - 11:00 am 02/08/2015
TM - Polar Bear
DB - Klondike Derby
02/08/2015 - 02/14/2015
Scout Anniversary Week
Camp Card Sale Begins