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Mar 9, 2013
Connecticut University of Scouting

2013 UNIVERSITY OF SCOUTING: MORE TRAINING, MORE CHOICES

More training... more choices... and more freedom for you, the student.

The 2013 University of Scouting offers over 100 classes but just one simple registration: 

  • CLICK HERE to register with one $30 fee (includes lunch)
  • Look at the class schedule HERE...

We've added dozens of new classes and instructors, including tracks for new leaders and experienced Scouters, plus two speakers from the National Council that can give you an advance view into what will be coming for Scouting in the next year.

Mar 9, 2013, Wilby High School Waterbury,
Register Now to ensure the best class availability. Class sizes are limited!

Sara Shepard

Sara will be providing the opening address: BSA Systems: A Roadmap to the Future. A view into the emergence of the new system tools, the expected timing of their development and how these tools will support tomorrow’s volunteers.

Her other two classes are:

TECHNOLOGY TIPS FOR INDIVIDUAL SCOUTERS, IT09 - Period 2

Sara Shepard will discuss and focus on tips for the individual Scouter working with these existing BSA systems including what browser to use, or not use, how to make training records stick, and My Scouting program.

TECHNOLOGY TIPS FOR UNIT REPRESENTATIVES, IT10 - Period 6

Sara will discuss the best way to work with and maximize the utilization of MyScouting.org, Internet Advancement and Internet Charter Renewal.

Don Shepard

Don will be providing the closing address: The 21st Century: Advancement, Training & Youth Development which will give CUS students a glimpse into where Scouting is heading.

His other two classes are:

STEM & SCOUTING, BS22 – Period 1

Discover new ways to engage Scouts in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) topics throughout the advancement program and new opportunities for all levels of Scouts using the Nova Award

PROGRAM PLANNING TOOLS, BS23 – Period 5

Don will discuss a brand new tool to assist units in planning their program. This new tool has recently been developed by the Boy Scouts of America.

Come to the University for this once in a lifetime view into the future of Scouting!

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