Held Saturday, October 22, 2016 – NY Life, Sleepy Hollow, NY
Please feel free to download and share the materials listed below from this event.
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Does Scouting Work?
Working with the Cradle of Liberty Council and funded by the John Templeton Foundation, Dr. Richard M. Lerner and his team at Tufts University surveyed nearly 1,800 Cub Scouts and nearly 400 non-Scouts to better understand character development of Scouts. After a two-and-a-half-year period, the study proved Scouting builds positive character and prepares young people for life.
Tufts University CAMP Study Website
website for the Tufts Character and Merit Project, or the CAMP study. In collaboration with the Cradle of Liberty Council and funded through a grant from the John Templeton Foundation, Tufts University is conducting a study to gauge the impact of the Boy Scouts of America programs on the academic and personal development of male students.CLICK HERE to view the site.
Alumni Relations – PDF
Commissioner Recognition – PDF
Commissioner Resources – PDF
Council Governance – PDF
Exploring Explosion – PDF
General Session – PDF
Major Gifts – PDF
Recruiting Camp Assessors – PDF
Recruiting Commissioners – PDF
Shared Services – PDF
Telling Our Story – PDF
Youth Protection – PDF
On Saturday, October 22, 2016 Area 2 held its annual Fall Area 2 Key Leader conference at New York Life in Sleepy Hollow, NY. (Thank you NY Life for your gracious hospitality and continued support of Scouting!). This jam packed event has become more and more popular in the Area each year and continues to grow and gain momentum. In attendance at this years event were over 130 people (Scouting Professionals and Volunteers) with representation from all 11 Area 2 member councils. This was the largest Fall Key Leader Conference Area 2 has ever had.
The event kicked off with a 2 hour general session followed by 3 breakout sessions. We were honored to have Eric Schultz, Northeast Region President address the group and open the session up to for Q&A on all Scouting topics.
The Area 2 Committee would like to thank all of those in attendance for taking time to travel and attend the event. Special thanks also goes the event committee and all event trainers and presenters. Thank you to all in attendance for the leadership and time you provide throughout Area 2. See you in the Spring of 2016 for our next Area 2 Key Leader Conference. Area 2 also wishes to thank the National and Region representatives in attendance for your amazing support and helping to make our training event spectacular!
CLICK HERE to download training materials and resources from the event