National Capital Area Council - National William T. Hornaday Adviser Training 2018

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National William T. Hornaday Adviser Training 2018

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William T Hornaday Award

National Adviser Training Course!!!

The National Capital Area Council Hornaday Committee is hosting the BSA National William T Hornaday Adviser Course at Camp William B. Snyder on May 5 and 6, 2018.  The course will begin at 8:00 a.m. with check in available at 7:30 on May 5th. The class will last until 6pm on May 6th.  A camping site is available (at no additional cost) for those who want to bring their tent for Friday and Saturday nights!  The course fee also includes Saturday lunch & dinner and Sunday breakfast and lunch.  For those camping, Friday arrival time is 6 PM.

This course is for any Scouter, Parent, Unit Leader, District or Council Volunteer who has an interest in the Hornaday Awards and wants to foster a conservation ethic in youth, or who is involved in the application and endorsement process for the Hornaday Application and Nomination forms. 

Upon completion of this course, participants will understand each award’s requirements, appropriate project scope, and the documentation criteria for the awards.  Participants will be able to assist Hornaday Award Candidates during the planning, execution, and review of their Award Application.  Participants will also be prepared to promote the Hornaday Program through presentations at units, District Round Tables, and training events.  Participants will be recognized as a National Hornaday Adviser.

Class size is limited, please join us and help create success stories for our youth! 

When & Where
National William T. Hornaday Adviser Training
Camp William B. Snyder
Saturday 05-05-2018 8:00 AM ET to
Sunday 05-06-2018 6:00 PM ET Past
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