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Wood Badge N3-368-20+1

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Wood Badge N3-368-20+1

WHAT IS WOOD BADGE?: Reflecting the best of nearly a century of Scouting experience, Wood Badge draws upon the most current leadership models used by corporate America, academic circles and successful organizations through- out the country.

Wood Badge training was begun by Baden Powell in 1919 as a way to insure that the leaders of Scout troops were properly trained. Since then Wood Badge has been held world- wide, providing advanced leadership training to thousands of Scout leaders.

Wood Badge builds upon the best traditions and experiences of the Boy Scouts of America and also draws from a wide range of courses within and beyond the bounds of Scouting to present the latest in leadership theory and team development.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?: Wood Badge is designed to meet the advanced leadership needs of all Scouters, particularly unit level Scouters, such as Cub leaders, Scoutmasters and assistants, Venturing Crew Advisors, Committee Chairs and members. Additionally Scouters serving at the district and council levels can achieve greater effectiveness through Wood Badge. It has been updated and refreshed for 2021 and previous participates who have taken wood badge before can enjoy the experience again

WHY ATTEND?: By taking Wood Badge, Scouters will acquire valuable tools that will be useful not only in Scouts but in the workplace and at home.  Participants will better learn to understand and appreciate diversity and differences in our society. They will learn skills that will make them a better Scout leader. Units with trained leaders are able to deliver an improved program and a more meaningful experience for the youth Scouting serves. By attending Wood Badge, the participants will internalize the 5 themes of Wood Badge: Living the Values, Growing, Connecting, Guiding, Empowering.

QUALIFICATIONS: Each participant must be a registered adult leader and have completed Youth Protection Training and the Leader Specific Training appropriate to his/her position in Scouting. Attendance at all five course days is required. Because of the advanced nature of Wood Badge, these requirements WILL NOT be waived.


Wood Badge Part 1 Weekend: 8:00 a.m. Friday, August 20 through 5:00 p.m. Sunday, August 22, 2021 at Tuscarora Scout Reservation
Wood Badge Part 2 Weekend: 8:00 a.m. Saturday, September 11 through 5:00 p.m. Sunday, September 12, 2021 at Camp Barton

Both Weekends must be attended to complete course. When you sign up you are registering for both weekends.

UNIFORM: Field uniforms are worn at breakfast, dinner, flag ceremonies, & special events. Scouting activity shirts or Course t-shirts may be worn at other times.

COST: The course fee is $280.00, which covers the cost for training materials and all meals for both weekends. A non-refundable deposit of $50.00 is required to hold a place on the course. Your payment must be submitted with the completed application.

COURSE SIZE: Limited to the first 48 paid participants so early registration is recommended. Those registering after the course is full will be placed on a waiting list.

For more information Contact the Course Director Eileen Mulcahy at or 607-761-1714.


When & Where
Wood Badge Part 1 Weekend
Tuscarora Scout Reservation
Friday 08-20-2021 8:00 AM ET to
Sunday 08-22-2021 5:00 PM ET Past
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Wood Badge Part 2 Weekend
Camp Barton
Saturday 09-11-2021 8:00 AM ET to
Sunday 09-12-2021 5:00 PM ET Past
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