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The BSA Alumni Association offers many opportunities to support Scouting, enjoy Scouting adventures and help boys and girls grow into their very best future selves. Get involved today to help make sure Scouting is strong for generations to come.
BSA Alumni Reception
Whether you’re an active Scouter or considering coming back to the campfire, you’re invited! Join your fellow BSA Alumni as we explore the critical role you play in moving Scouting Forward. You don’t have to be a NAM registrant to attend!
How to Create Strong Scouting Alumni Support for your Council
When you attend this session, you’ll return to your council with knowledge, tools, tips and techniques. You’ll bring home a customized annual plan for creating and implementing your council’s comprehensive BSA alumni relations program. Discover more details about the program by clicking below.
2023 National Jamboree
IT’S MORE THAN A DESTINATION | The BSA National Jamboree is 360 degrees of fun, friends, and fellowship with hands-on adventure. And there is simply nothing else like it on the planet. Learn how to be a part of this incredible experience by clicking below.
Plan to attend BSA National Jamboree!
July 19 – 28, 2023 | Summit Bechtel Reserve
Did you miss the opportunity to attend a BSA Jamboree as a youth? Want to relive those special Jamboree memories?
Day visitors are always welcome. This is a great way to take your entire family and experience the thrills and adventure of Jamboree together. Click here to find out more.
If you are a registered BSA member, or would be by July 19, 2023, you may sign up as a service team member today!
Scout Troop Saves Hiker’s Life
This “Aaron on Scouting” post describes the efforts undertaken by Scout troop to help save the life of a hiker and former scoutmaster
Get to know Brad Tilden, the new BSA National Chair
Check out this “Aaron on Scouting” article introducing Brad Tilden, the new BSA National Chair.
DC’s Youngest Elected Official Colón Roosevelt : Great-Great-Great Grandson of Teddy Roosevelt
Despite his young age, he has already achieved remarkable milestones, proving that leadership knows no boundaries. Learn how he’s breaking barriers, creating positive change, and
Featured Alumni Communities
The American Wood Badge Alumni group connects and unites volunteers who have completed the Wood Badge training.
Philmont Staff Association
Originally formed to bring fellowship even beyond the gates of Philmont Scout Ranch, the Philmont Staff Association has ensured that there is always opportunity to reconnect with friends from long ago.
More than 145,000 NESA members are thriving in countries around the world. Join this powerful network today to stay connected with fellow Eagle Scouts through this exclusive and revered organization.
Philmont Staff Association
Originally formed to bring fellowship even beyond the gates of Philmont Scout Ranch, the Philmont Staff Association has ensured that there is always opportunity to reconnect with friends from long ago.er the possibilities of your future, philstaff is a great place to start.
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