BSA-CAC College of Commissioner Science (long)
Nathan Brindle (NATHAN@LSOFT.COM)
Mon, 5 Dec 1994 17:39:01 EST
To all interested Scouters:
Crossroads of America Council will hold its 1995 College of Commissioner
Science on Saturday, February 25, 1995 at the Fall Creek Valley Middle
School in Indianapolis, Indiana. The 1995 College will provide training
for all positions of Council and District Commissioner service, and
District and Council functions related to Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts and
There will be training courses for <all> adult Scouters. The courses
offered meet the training requirements for the Commissioner s Arrowhead
and Scouter s Key awards. All sessions may not be offered every year.
The courses offered will address National Program, Regional/Area
emphasis, local Council concerns and other topics pertinent to the
Food service for lunch will be provided by the college and will be
served in the cafeteria of the school. It will be served from noon
until 1 P.M. Dinner will be a sit down dinner at 6 P.M at the Castleton
United Methodist Church located about two miles from the school.
$26 EARLY BIRD (received before Feb. 15 or postmarked by Feb. 10
$32 REGULAR FEES (after above dates or at the door)
You can request a course brochure by calling the Crossroads of America
Council at +1 (317) 925-1900 or by writing to the council at 1900 N.
Meridian Street, Indianapolis, IN 46202.
The function of the College of Commissioner Science is to provide basic
and supplemental training for all positions of the council and district
commissioner service. Courses offered each year depend on many factors,
including our Council s present areas of emphasis, and the interest in
specific subjects expressed by previous participants. Unless otherwise
stated, each course is worth one credit toward degree completion. The
College of Commissioner Science offeres a Doctoral degree to
participants who have a Master of Commissioner Science and have
completed advanced studies including a Doctoral Project.
Degree and Certificate Requirements
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