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  • Roles In The Boy Scouts Leaders

    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 Senior Patrol Leader is the second Highest-ranking youth leader. He is appointed by the SPL with the approval of the Scoutmaster. He will provide leadership to other youth leaders as well. The Patrol Leader, is elected leader to his patrol. He represents…

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  • Eagle Scout Leadership Service Project

    350 word limits Essay Question - Other than your Eagle Scout leadership service project, what service have you provided to your community during your high school years? During my high school years, I have primarily provided service through my participation in the Christiana Care VolunTeen program and through the various clubs that I lead. The Christiana Care VolunTeen program allows young adults to help serve at the hospital in various areas, often exposing teenagers to how a hospital…

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  • Reflection On Field Site Experience

    The classroom was a haven for students to discuss practicum issues without feeling afraid to voice opinions and expect positive feedback/encouragements. During group supervision, the instructor gave information that would be useful in any setting and with any populations. She provided information about mental status exams, crisis plans, therapeutic group topics, goal setting, interviewing skills, assessment process, and counseling strategies/techniques. I feel that I learned more about…

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  • Sterotypes And Stereotypes Of A Boy Scout

    anyone to describe a Boy Scout and they will probably tell you that Boy Scouts are socially awkward kids who play with knifes, fire and guns. Stereotypes are oversimplifications about groups or individuals. What makes up a stereotype is that a bit of truth is blown completely out of proportion. When stereotyping, society will see a small section of a group, and assume that the entire group fits within what has been observed. There are many different stereotypes regarding members of the Boy…

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  • Essay On Why I Want To Be A Tutortor

    I am an Eagle Scout and an active Assistant Scoutmaster with the Boy Scouts of America, what I believe to be the best leadership training program in the US. One serves in several leadership roles to earn this rank. To meet these requirements, I was an Instructor for two years and a Troop Guide for three. Instructors are in charge of groups of one to three Scouts for skills tutoring. The Troop Guide leads the instructors and teaches large group lessons to first years. We had over 25 new Scouts…

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  • Reflection On The Ministry Of Business

    The Ministry of Business was an eye opener of how to integrate God based values and principles into business. We have to start with ourselves. Our personal life has to be to the standard that we can have personal revelation for ourselves and for our business. I am going to focus on 5 points that I thought were important in the book. First, Steven Hitz teaches us that there is no coincidences. Heavenly Father has a purpose in everything that happens to us. Hitz summarized, “Follow the prompting…

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  • Why Safety Is Important Essay

    Safety is very important in our facility. Therefore, since I have started I made sure we had a meeting during our lunch break discussing the safety protocols. The purpose of this was to inform everyone what to do and where to go if something dangerous ever occurs. With so many things that have happened lately in the world it was important for me to make sure everyone feels safe and secure working here. I do hope that we never get to actually do any of these things but if there is an accident at…

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  • Narrative: Is Everyone The Same?

    Is Everyone the Same? Narrative When I was 13 years old I went to a Boy Scout event with thousands of Scouts, that was 15 days long called National Jamboree, which was held out in West Virginia. It wasn’t going to be like any other normal scout trip I’ve been on where it’s just my friends and I that go on a weekend campout. This was going to be a fun and a very adventurous trip with people from all over the world in which I had no clue what I was going to expect. I’ve never been around other…

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  • After 12 Age Is Important Essay

    ”After Twelve, age isn’t important. Most of us even lose track of how old we are...What’s important is the preparation for adult life and the training you’ll receive.” This quote is from the book, The Giver, and even though it was said in a fictional world where everything is always perfect, it still can relate a great deal to reality. We might not lose track of how we are, or agree that age is not important after twelve, but it is important to be prepared for adulthood. Everyone needs good…

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  • Girl Scout Observation Report

    There isn’t one word, phrase or term that can define folklore, but one group that mirrors what a definition of folklore could look like is the adult Girl Scout “troop” that meets weekly in Bowling Green Kentucky. The group is made up of 12 members who were former Girl Scouts but paid their membership fee to become lifelong Girl Scout Members. I had the pleasure of interviewing the woman who created the group and has kept it going for several years. Her name is Elizabeth Brown and she was in Girl…

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