Program

New Program Satisfies Scouts’ Need for Speed
Even as the BSA celebrated its 100th anniversary in 2010, the organization was already charting the course for its second century. The 2010–2015 National Strategic Plan outlined dozens of goals designed to strengthen Scouting for the decades to come. Among the most important of those goals: ensuring that the BSA’s programs remain relevant to and engaging for all youth.

Survey Program Gives Voice to Scouts
Anyone who’s ever heard Cub Scouts cheering during a pinewood derby race or Boy Scouts talking in their tents long after lights out knows that Scouts have voices. Since 2012, the BSA has been letting Scouts—and their parents—use their voices to improve the Scouting experience. Through online surveys, the Voice of the Scout program gauges member satisfaction and zeroes in on areas of potential concern.

Planned Changes Will Increase Boy Scouting’s Relevance
Even as the BSA celebrated its 100th anniversary in 2010, the organization was already charting the course for its second century. The 2010–2015 National Strategic Plan outlined dozens of goals designed to strengthen Scouting for the decades to come. Among the most important of those goals: ensuring that the BSA’s programs remain relevant to and engaging for all youth.

 

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