BSA Registration - Young Adult
BAKER THOMAS RAY (tbaker@FALCON.CC.UKANS.EDU)
Tue, 22 Nov 1994 20:52:50 -0600
It seems to me that many of the possible solutions have been
given, yet there are a few others that might be applicable to this
particular situation. As nearly, as I can tell the "young adult" has four
1. He could register in the college scouter reserves
2. He could register (if the troop allowed) as an ASM, and do nothing.
3. He could register in an Explorer post (until he is 21)
4. If the situation is appropriate (and if it's available in the
council) he could register as a "staff" member of the local summer
Beyond these four positions, I believe that an individual is
required to be 21 years of age. I myself am 20 and at college and
am facing a similar situation at the moment.
Terry Howerton Sakima Group, Inc. SCOUTER Magazine Kansas City