Tiger Cubs is a simple and fun program for boys entering first grade and their adult partners. The program stresses simplicity, shared leadership, learning about the community and family understanding. Each boy-adult team meets for family activities and Tiger Cub den activities.
Cub Scouting is a family and home-centered program for boys in the second through fifth grades (8, 9 and 10 years old.) Fourth and fifth grade (10 years old) boys are called Webelos Scouts and participate in more advanced activities that begin to prepare them to become Boy Scouts. Cub Scouts get to wear a cool uniform, go places like summer camp and day camp. They build racecars and birdhouses and learn all sorts of new and exciting things.
Boy Scouting is a program for boys 11 through 17, and is designed to achieve the aims of Scouting through a vigorous outdoor program and peer group leadership with the counsel of an adult Scoutmaster. Boy Scouts camp, hike and fish in the great outdoors. They get together in troops, and try out new and exciting experiences.
Venturing is a program for young men and women who are 14 through 20 years of age. Venturing provides positive experiences through exciting and meaningful activities that help youth pursue their special interest to grow to develop leadership skills and to become good citizens. Learn more about high adventure, sports, arts and hobbies, youth ministries and Sea Scouting crews.
Exploring is a young adult program of the Boy Scouts of America for men and women ages 14–20 (or have completed the 8th grade). The program is developed by local community organizations such as businesses, industries, professions, churches and civic groups to match the interest of young adults with the program resources of the organization. Explorers not only learn about their career interest, but also experience adventurous programs and activities offered through Scouting.
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Our middle school S.T.E.M. program, Young Innovators is designed for young men and women in middle school and gives them the opportunity to design a project or concept that will aid in solving a real world S.T.E.M. problem and then compete with other teams to take home the glory! Teams will work to solve S.T.E.M. problems in areas like clean water, world hunger, environmental clean-up, alternate energy, health sciences, and environmental policy. Innovation Teams will also get to learn from S.T.E.M. experts about how their project can relate to a real-world career.