Scouting provides youth with an opportunity to try new things, provide service to others, build self-confidence, and reinforce ethical standards. These opportunities not only help them when they are young, but carry forward into their adult lives. The skills they learn in Scouting help them overcome obstacles and challenges with courage and character throughout their lives.
Cub Scouts Boys & Girls in 1st – 5th Grade or ages 7 – 10
Scouts BSA Boys & Girls in the 5th – 12th Grade or Ages 11-17
Venturing Young Men & Women Ages 14-20
Volunteers Men & Women Ages 18+
I’m Ready To Join
To join Scouting, contact your local unit or contact the Council Service Center to find out how to contact a Scout unit in your area. There are also Unit pages available in a list from each of our Council’s district pages.
Attend a Recruitment Event
Recruitment events are a great way for you to meet the leaders of Cub Scout Packs and Boy Scouts Troops serving your area and to learn about what Scouting can offer. Scout units typically host recruitment events at your local school, church, or civic center in the fall and in the spring.
Come join the fun and see what it is all about!
Find Out More About Scouting
- Read about Scouting and how both youth and adults can become involved.
Check out BSA Websites where you can learn about the Scouting program.
- www.BeaScout.org – A site to learn more about Scouting’s programs (Cub Scouts; 1st-5th Grade, Boy Scouts; 6th – 12th Grade, Venturing; 13 – 20 years of age), and opportunities for adults to volunteer.
- www.Scouting.org – The National Boy Scouts of America website