Wood Badge: An Experience Benefiting All Leaders
AN EXPERIENCE BENEFITING ALL LEADERS
Northern Star Council
September 15-17, 2017 and
October 13-15, 2017
Stearns Scout Camp
Wood Badge is premier training for adult leaders in all Scouting programs. The six day experience of team development and leadership provides tools for leaders to use in their professional, personal, and volunteer lives. Training is done through classroom instruction, but is primarily activity-based. Activities include patrol and troop games, problem-solving challenges, and lots of fun!
The course provides opportunities for participants to "walk a mile in a Scout's shoes" by following a typical path from Cub Scouting to Boy Scouting and Venturing. Participants utilize the patrol method in small group learning, cooking, camping, and working together. Other benefits of attends of attending include: renewed enthusiasm, strengthened knowledge of Scouting, generation of new ideas, and new friendships throughout the council.
Participants will create and work a "ticket" as part of the Wood Badge program. This provides the opportunity to practice service to self and to others. Tickets are developed with the support of the course staff and are to be complete within 198 months. Recognition for this accomplishment includes the Wood Badge neckerchief, woggle and beads.
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Stearns Scout Camp, Friday - Sunday, September 15 - 17, 2017 and October 13-15, 2017. Sleeping accommodations will be indoors for the first weekend and participants will camp as patrols outdoors during the second weekend. Register early, as the fall 2016 course filled in record time!
Cost & Registration
The cost to participate in Wood Badge is $240. Many Scouting units or employers will cover part or all of the cost. As with all Council Scouting events, there are funds available for individuals who may need assistance.
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