Women in the '90s in BSA
Kathie Cerveny (kathie@DELTA.EECS.NWU.EDU)
Wed, 22 Dec 1993 09:21:39 -0600
Happy Holidays and the best of New Years to you all!
On to my newest assignment. Every year Area 3 here in Central Region has held a
joing Univ. of Commissioner Science and Dist. Committee training.
It is a weekend event at a college in WI, cost for the weekend, $75 includes
food, housing, materials.
I have just accepted the assignment of writing a course sylabus (what another
course?) for the new course offering entitled, "Women in the '90s." As
advertised in the the registration booklet (yes booklet, there are 87 different
course offerings, of which each participant gets to attend 8), this new course
"Have women been accepted into the Scouting program or does sexism run rampant?
Will the grizzled old Scoutmaster ever accept a female commissioner? Will he
ever acknowledge a female Scoutmaster as his equal? This course will bring
everything out into the open."
If you have any information, resources, or indeed opinions on this topic, I ask
your help. The more input, the better the course.
Terry Howerton Sakima Group, Inc. SCOUTER Magazine Kansas City