Wood Badge For the 21st Century
September 14-16, 2012
September 29-30, 2012
(You must attend both weekends)
Camp Friedlander Loveland, OH
Wood Badge for the 21st Century is designed to provide you with twelve skills such as communication, decision making, team building, conflict management, self-assessment, and leveraging diversity. Each of these skills are designed to improve one’s success in delivering the values, vision, and mission of the scouting program to your unit.
Wood Badge for the 21st Century stands ready to provide leadership tools for scouting, personal and professional lives, and for America by building on the past, understanding the present, and looking toward the future.
Drawing from contemporary leadership models and a century of scouting experiences, Wood Badge for the 21st century is the premier leadership development course for the BSA. Wood Badge consists of two, 3-day weekends packed with fun, fellowship, and inspiration, along with top of the line training. The course is both multimedia presentations and practical applications, culminating in a challenging outdoor experience.
Everyone is welcome to attend Wood Badge. This course is designed to improve your leadership tools, whether you are a Cub Scout, Boy Scout, Varsity Scout, Venturing, District, or Council Leader.
Who May Attend Wood Badge?
•Be a registered Adult Leader in the Boy Scouts of America
•Have Completed the Basic Training for you Primary Scouting Position. That generally includes:
•New Leader Essentials
•Position Specific Training
•Outdoor Leadership Skills
(If Appropriate to your position)
•Fees for the course are $220 before September 7, and $300 after.
•The course fee includes all meals, materials and recognition items.
•Pre-registration is necessary. A $50 non-refundable deposit is required with the application.
•Financial help is available for those in need of assistance.
For additional information, please contact :
Fall Course Director