Presentation on theme: "New Venturing Awards and Recognition"— Presentation transcript:
1 New Venturing Awards and Recognition Prepared by Lizzie Schneider
2 Order of Awards Venturing Award Discovery Award Pathfinder Award Summit Award
3 Breakdown of each award AdventureLeadershipPersonal GrowthService
4 The first step: making a commitment The Venturing Award Award focus: JoiningRequirements:Participate in a crew activityInterview with the crew president and AdvisorComplete Personal Safety Awareness trainingState intention to join during an induction ceremonyIf registered Venturer prior to June 1, a Venturer has earned this award.
5 The next step: exploring boundaries The Discovery Award Award focus: ParticipationRequirements include:Two Tier II or Tier III adventuresIntroduction to Leadership Skills Course (ILSC)Goal Setting and Time Management TrainingCrew Officer OrientationOne Personal Growth reflection24 Service HoursRequirements 1-3, 5-6 can be past credited (if registered Venturer while completed)
6 Moving on: expanding opportunities The Pathfinder Award Award focus: LeadershipRequirements include:2 more adventures! Lead one of themProject Management TrainingServe in an officer position for at least 6 months or staff a national leadership course; set and achieve performance goals2 more personal growth reflectionsEthical controversy and conflict resolution36 additional service hoursPlan one crew service projectRequirements 1, 3-6, 8
7 The final step: achieving your vision The Summit Award Award focus: MentoringRequirements include:Mentoring Training3 additional adventuresMentor a youth in planning one, and provide feedback6 more months of leadership positionsLead ILSCCreate a personal code of conductLead a service projectRequirements 1, 4, 8
8 What the Summit Award means A Venturer who earns the Summit Award has earned the equivalent of the Eagle Scout Rank or Quartermaster Award.They have learned and grown, but also given back to the program and are held accountable to continue to embody the program.
9 Tying it all togetherThe awards are all attainable if a crew is functioning.It encourages participation in activities.Each award has a different focus, but includes aspects of Adventure, Leadership, Personal Growth, and Service.
10 Existing AwardsSome of the existing awards are staying. These include:Ranger AwardQuest AwardTrust AwardSea Scout rank system
11 Outdoor Skills: The Ranger Award Complete all 8 of the Core Requirement sectionsComplete 4 of 18 electivesBackpacking, Cave Exploring, Cycling/Mountain Biking, Ecology, Equestrian, First Aid, Fishing, Hunting, Life Saving, Mountaineering, Outdoor Living History, Physical Fitness, Plants & Wildlife, COPE, Scuba, Shooting Sports, Watercraft, Winter SportsFirst AidLand NavigationCommunicationsLeave No TraceCookingWilderness SurvivalEmergency PreparednessConservation
12 Sports and adventures: The Quest Award Explore the world of fitness, training, and sports managementComplete an American Red Cross Sport Safety Training CourseFitness for Life ProgramFitness assessmentsSports disciplines1 of 5 electives:History and heritage of sports, sports nutrition, drug-free sports, communications, history and heritage of the Disabled Sports movement
13 Religion and beliefs: The TRUST Award Trending beliefsRespecting the beliefs of othersUnderstanding other culturesServing the communityTransforming societyEach of the 5 sections have individual requirements
14 More information www.scouting.org/programupdates Venturing Awards and Requirements handbook and Advisor’s handbookFAQ sheet released monthlyDirect questions to