March 27, 2021
Event Will Be Held Virtually
Registration Fee – $15.00Register Online
Venturing Advancement (1 hour) – Dannis Reese (11-11:50, 2-2:50)
This new class will teach you about the new Venturing Awards and how they are managed in ScoutBook. It will outline what requirements can be leveraged from Troop requirements. This will be a hands-on class, so feel free to have your laptop or mobile device.
What is Venturing (1 Hour) – Dannis Reese (10-10:50, 1-1:50)
Venturing is an inclusive program of the Boy Scouts of America for males and females ages 14 to 21. The Venturing program emphasizes Adventure, Leadership, Personal growth and Service. It will also describe how Venturing Crews are encouraged to count service hours helping other Scouting Units.
Goal Setting and Time Management for Venturers (3 hours) – Sophie Gaines & Emmeline Black (1-3:50)
This course introduces established methods for improving a Venturer’s ability to effectively manage events in their life with relation to time. Requirement for The Venturing Discovery Award. Adults are welcome to learn how the course can be run.
Project Management for Venturers (3 hours) – Mike Kirby (9-11:50)
In this course participants will learn project management terminology while being able to explain what a project is and how to organize one. Students will learn how to apply project management skills in a Scouting situation as while as interpret team dynamics to further the aims of the project. Students will also acquire the skills to design a budget and identify the goals of the project. This training is needed to complete the Pathfinder award and is highly recommended for any Life Scout planning their Eagle. Adults are welcome to learn how the course can be run.
Ethical Controversy Discussion (1 hours) – Beth Moss (11-11:50)
Used for the Venturing Pathfinder Requirement, this class will discuss ethical standards and dilemmas that apply to the interest area of your Venturing Crew. Ethical judgments are a part of every profession, vocation, hobby, and recreational activity, as well as every relationship. The ethics forum and the ethical controversies are program resources that assist you in encouraging thought and discussion about ethical questions relevant to relationships or interest areas.
Mentoring for Summit Award-Venturing (1 hour) – John Cederman (11-11:50)
Mentoring is a form of leadership and can be performed in a variety of circumstances throughout the Venturing program. This training is designed to help Venturers understand how to mentor other members of the crew and appreciate the role mentoring plays in personal growth and leadership for both the mentee and mentor. Adults are welcome to learn how the course can be run.