TRAINING REF'S PLEASE
Don Izard (IZARD@UBVM.BITNET)
Tue, 11 Aug 1992 16:22:30 EDT
OOP's correction to original posting
Would you have some references to the training for the 19-21
group that you mentioned in you previous post? My 19 year
old Eagle scout son, would like to find something within BSA
other than Scout Master Fundamentals that he can attend.
There is NO Explorer unit left near our area, he is registered
as a TROOP ASM, and Assistant on the Venture Crew charter.
He has been on summer camp staff, Jambo Staff, attended
A world Jamboree, NOAC and OA office. He has recently been
active with the ROVER program in Fort Erie, Ontario, CANADA, since
they have a real program for youth in the 19-21 age range.
However, perhaps I am again not UP on current BSA training
and programs that you have posted about, so could you please
forward me a list of any references to BSA programs or training
for YOUTH 18-21 without access to an Explorer POST. The nearest
posts are for Security/Police careers and Firematics/EMT training.
Both are at least 15 miles away, and he has no interrest in
Police or Fire rescue training. He also has BSA lifeguard,
and a Junior support volunteer at the neighborhood fire company.
He will probably lose interrest in scouting with nothing to do.
He read with great interrest your note on SOCIAL skills training,
since that is one area he likes with the ROVERS. He is studying
in the area of PUBLIC Relations in college, with minors in
broadcasting, journalism and global theologies.
thanks again for all your help with current and up to date
and accurate information.
Terry Howerton Sakima Group, Inc. SCOUTER Magazine Kansas City