Re: Pro Scouter degree fields?
Michael Kauffmann (optimist@MERITBADGE.COM)
Wed, 3 Dec 1997 09:26:17 -0500
Storms, Randy wrote:
> It is my understanding that all professional scouters must have at least
> a four-year college degree in *something*, be it business or education
> or underwater basketweaving. My question is this: What type of degree
> would be the most useful to someone pursuing a career as a pro scouter?
> What would be the most attractive to a council or district when
> selecting candidates?
While it's not necessary to go this route, there are two BSA
approved universities programs which teach you how to be a
professional Scouter. One is at Brigham Young University but
I forget where the other one is. The home page for BYU's
Department of Recreation Management and Youth Leadership is
Michael Kauffmann mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org
Merit Badge Research Center http://www.meritbadge.com/
Wood Badge 92-35 I used to be a Bobwhite...
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