Advancement and Recognition
Advancement is one of the eight methods used by Scout leaders to help boys fulfill the aims of the BSA.
The Aims of Scouting: Every Scouting activity moves boys toward three basic aims: character development, citizenship training, and mental and physical fitness.
Advancement Is Based on Experience
Scouts learn and develop in Scouting through new experiences. This is the case from the time a Scout joins and moves through the various Scouting programs. Exciting and meaningful activities provide opportunites for growth and developement. Advancement is a natural outcome of a well-rounded program and practice with what a young man has learned.
For more specific information, please check out the program specific information on the right.
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|Advancement & Recoginition Chair (Jamboree)||Christopher Brooks|
|Advancement & Recognition Chair (Frontier)||Paul Fuschich|
|Advancement & Recognition Chair (High Plains)||Robin Arends|
|Advancement & Recognition Chair (ScoutReach)||TBD|
|Advancement & Recognition Chair (Ute)||TBD|
|Council Advancement Chair||Adam Weitzel|