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    Not only have I attended a leadership and scout skills development camp for four years, but I served on the climbing tower staff in the summer of 2015 as a merit instructor, a first-aid demonstrator/administrator, and as a meal entertainment leader for a total of seventy days. Before I left for Boy Scout camp for my fourth year, I attended a weeklong leadership training program called the National Youth Leadership Training. This course is taught by adults, but is executed and operated by the youth. During this program, I learned valuable lessons on not only how to be the leader of a troop, but also how to be successful as a leader in school, career, and…

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    I directly contributed to the Boy Scouts of America making national and international headlines deciding girls can participate in Boy Scout troops and achieve their highest rank, Eagle Scout, and the Palm Order. Spring of 2017 I had completed my Eagle Scout requirements. Firmly believing in the Boy Scout programs for what it has and does for young men, I reflected on why is it that only men have been able to reap its’ programs’ awards. Realizing the Boy Scouts continued success depends upon…

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    Case Study- boy Scouts of America Name Institutional affiliation Professor’s Name Course Title Date Introduction Historical background In 1992, James Dale who was an assistant scoutmaster of Eagle Scout was suspended following allegations of being homosexual and an activist championing for the rights of the gay people. Later on, James, filed a case against his dismissal, claiming that, the Boy Scouts of America Association was violating The New Jersey law is in place against biasness…

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    I have done several things in order to contribute to my community through volunteerism. One of the biggest things that I was a part of was the Boy Scouts of America, which has a huge foundation on volunteerism. In my troop, I have earned the rank of Eagle Scout, which requires an extensive service project. What I did for my project, was restore an old monkey bar set, and a bleacher, along with building new teeter-tooters for Hasbrouck Park in Hydetown. My Scout troop also was involved in a…

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    What would America be like if every young boy was enrolled in Boy Scouts? The Boy Scouts started in America in 1910, after Lord Baden Powell traveled to England. He was trying to find a business building, and being a foreigner, a young boy could tell that he was clearly lost. The boy asked him where he was going, and after Lord Powell told him, the boy didn’t know either. Powell and the boy were wondering around London trying to find the building, and as soon as they came upon it, Baden Powell…

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    Road to Eagle The Boy Scouts of America is an association that was founded in 1910 with the goal of helping and serving communities all across America to make them a better place. Boy Scouts are highly looked upon for their good deeds and willingness to help, especially those who have reached the highest rank, Eagle Scout. As a proud Eagle Scout I can say that the journey to eagle is definitely a long and hard journey but one filled with adventure, great friends and completely worth wile in the…

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    Since the first grade, scouting inspired me to become the person that I am today. In February of 2010, after graduating from cub scouts, I joined The Boy Scouts of America. I started out as a timid young boy, who did not have many skills, but throughout the many years, it had a major impact on my life and taught me many things about myself. Boy Scouts truly impacted my life. One way scouting has impacted me is by teaching me morals and values. In Boy Scouts there is a “Scout’s Law,” which…

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    thousands of Boy Scouts across America vow to keep themselves “morally straight” as they recite the final line of the Boy Scout Oath: “[I promise] to keep myself physically strong, mentally awake, and morally straight.” Unfortunately, many of the Boy Scouts of America’s critics claim Scouting has lost its moral standard. When the Boy Scout National Council decided to remove its ban on homosexual boys and adults, Christians began to ponder the ethics of supporting Scouting. While some Christians…

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    One leadership role I have assumed since entering high school is the Senior Patrol Leader of the Oak Grove Boy Scout Troop 266. The objective of the Boy Scouts of America, as an organization, is to develop the future leaders of the United States through an inexpensive, boy-lead program, available to all boys in the United states, under the age of eighteen. When coming up through the ranks of Boy Scouts, a young man will receive leadership and guidance from his more seasoned scouters. After…

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    various roles in the Boy Scouts of America are based on leadership. You have a Senior Patrol leader, Assistant Senior Patrol Leader, Patrol Leader, Assistant Patrol leader, Quartermaster, Scribe, Historian, Librarian, Instructor, Chaplain Aid, Bugler. The Senior Patrol Leader is elected by the Scouts to represent them as the top youth leader. He runs all troop meetings, events, activities. He appoints other troop youth leaders with the advice and counsel of the Scoutmaster. The Assistant…

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