Template:BSA Program Info

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One of the best and most unique parts of the BSA Advancement Program are the [[Merit Badge]]s. Check out the requirements and links at the [[Merit Badge Worksheets]]. To learn more, check out [[Merit Badge Counseling]], [[Recommending Merit Badge Counselors]], and [[Merit Badge Counselor Orientation]].
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MeritBadge.Org provides BSA Program resources for:
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In addition to requirements for [[Ranks]] and [[Merit Badges]], there are also general [[Advancement|Advancement Policies]]. Additional resources are available for [[Youth Members With Special Needs]].
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Check out the worksheets the [[WW||Webelos Activity Badges]] and [[CSW|Cub Scout Belt Loops and Pins]]. In additional, see the
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program materials from [[Tiger]], [[Wolf]], [[Bear]], and [[Webelos]] Scouts. Don't miss the materials on [[Denner]]s and [[Den Chief]]s.
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There are also many resources for [[Merit Badge Counseling]]. If you have an idea for a new merit badge or would like to suggest changes, take a look at [[Submitting New Merit Badge Ideas]].
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Boy Scout [[Advancement]] reources include [[Rank]] and [[Merit Badge]] info. [[Advancement in Summer Camp]] provides many opportunities. [[Summer Camp]]s are required to offer a first year camper program and and older Scout programs in addition to a range of [[merit badge]]s. Additional topics include: [[Youth Members With Special Needs]], [[Board of Review]], [[Courts of Honor]], and [[Scoutmaster Conference]].
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The Scouting program it is constantly being updated. Paul Wolf at usscouts maintains a [http://usscouts.org/advance/changes/advchanges.asp listing of rank and merit badge changes] dating back over decade. Also check out [http://www.scouters.us/mb.html Steve Henning's Merit Badge List] dating back to 1911.
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As our name would imply, MeritBadge.Org has a wealth of [[merit badge]] resources. Check out the worksheets and links on the [[Merit Badge Worksheets]] page. Did you ever wonder how many Scouts have earned First Aid Merit Badge? How about Leatherwork? Or Beekeeping? The answers to this and other questions are available on the [[Merit Badges Earned]] pages.
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[[Advancement in Summer Camp]] provides many opportunities. A letter on [[Advancement for First Year Campers]] was written based on a request. If you have young Scouts, you may find it helpful. Also, check out the information we have on [[Merit Badge Pamphlet Libraries]]. It may surprise you.
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Varsity Scout resources include [[Varsity Rank]]s, [[Varsity Letter]], and [[Denali Award]]
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The [[Aims and Methods of Scouting]] are the core of the Scouting program. Included are the Scout Oath, Law, Motto, Slogan, and the Outdoor Code.
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Venturing information includes [[Bronze Award]]s, [[Gold Award]], [[Silver Award]], [[Quest Award]], [[TRUST Award]], [[Ranger Award]], and [[Sea Scouting]].
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Did you ever wonder how many Scouts have earned First Aid Merit Badge? How about Leatherwork? Or Beekeeping? The answers to this and other questions are available on the [[Merit Badges Earned]] pages.
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The Scouting program it is constantly being updated. Paul Wolf at usscouts maintains a [http://usscouts.org/advance/changes/advchanges.asp listing of rank and merit badge changes] dating back over decade. Also check out [http://www.scouters.us/mb.html Steve Henning's Merit Badge List] dating back to 1911.
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The [[Aims and Methods of Scouting]] are the core of the Boy Scouting. Included are the Scout Oath, Law, Motto, Slogan, and the Outdoor Code.
See the [[Bookshelf]] for books and downloadable materials.
See the [[Bookshelf]] for books and downloadable materials.
== External links ==
== External links ==
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* http://olc.scouting.org/ - The BSA Online Training Center (an official BSA web site). This provides a variety of materials, from quick references to complete courses, all designed to help Scouting members improve leadership skills and deliver a quality program.
* http://olc.scouting.org/ - The BSA Online Training Center (an official BSA web site). This provides a variety of materials, from quick references to complete courses, all designed to help Scouting members improve leadership skills and deliver a quality program.
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* http://www.scouting.org/boyscouts/supplemental/18-625/index.html - Board of Review Training
* http://www.scouting.org/boyscouts/supplemental/18-625/index.html - Board of Review Training
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Revision as of 18:12, October 12, 2008

MeritBadge.Org provides BSA Program resources for:

Cub Scouts

Check out the worksheets the |Webelos Activity Badges and Cub Scout Belt Loops and Pins. In additional, see the program materials from Tiger, Wolf, Bear, and Webelos Scouts. Don't miss the materials on Denners and Den Chiefs.

Boy Scouts

Boy Scout Advancement reources include Rank and Merit Badge info. Advancement in Summer Camp provides many opportunities. Summer Camps are required to offer a first year camper program and and older Scout programs in addition to a range of merit badges. Additional topics include: Youth Members With Special Needs, Board of Review, Courts of Honor, and Scoutmaster Conference.

Merit Badges

As our name would imply, MeritBadge.Org has a wealth of merit badge resources. Check out the worksheets and links on the Merit Badge Worksheets page. Did you ever wonder how many Scouts have earned First Aid Merit Badge? How about Leatherwork? Or Beekeeping? The answers to this and other questions are available on the Merit Badges Earned pages.

Varsity Scouts

Varsity Scout resources include Varsity Ranks, Varsity Letter, and Denali Award

Venturing

Venturing information includes Bronze Awards, Gold Award, Silver Award, Quest Award, TRUST Award, Ranger Award, and Sea Scouting.

The Scouting program it is constantly being updated. Paul Wolf at usscouts maintains a listing of rank and merit badge changes dating back over decade. Also check out Steve Henning's Merit Badge List dating back to 1911.

The Aims and Methods of Scouting are the core of the Boy Scouting. Included are the Scout Oath, Law, Motto, Slogan, and the Outdoor Code.

See the Bookshelf for books and downloadable materials.

External links

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