Seascout-Net Mail Archive for August of 1999: Fwd: SEAL
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I am a 1999 Miami, Florida SEAL graduate. I heard about your desire
for input on SEAL, and so I decided to write to you. Well first of all,
I want to tell you that SEAL is the best LEADERSHIP program I have ever
been to, and I have been to many of them. Nothing comes close to SEAL!
The experience was one I will never forget.
I learned so much about time management, leadership, and motivation in
those 7 days than I would have learned in a year. SEAL also forced me
to learn a lot of information that I normally wouldn't learn on my own
time, but is essential for me to learn for advancement in Sea Scouts. I
am now on my way to earning Quartermaster.
Also, my Sea Scout Ship, Ship 1, has greatly benefited from the SEAL
program. I came back with a new attitude! I am the boatswain of Ship 1
in Slidell, Louisisana, and I got the scouts really excited about
scouting and advancement. It was a win-win situation! And not only did
I learn, but I had so much fun in the process. I hope this helps, and
if you have any further questions, please feel free to e-mail me.
Boatswain, Ship 1
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