Council Calendar

National Youth Leadership Training (NYLT) 14-3 and 14-4

Monday, June 16, 2014 All Day - Saturday, June 21, 2014
Camp Strake

National Youth Leadership Training (NYLT) is an exciting, action-packed six-day council-level program designed to provide Boy Scouts and Venturers who are 13 years and older with leadership skills and experience they can use in their home units and in other situations demanding leadership of self and others.

The first step in the BSA Youth Leadership Training continuum is conducted in the home unit. Boy Scouts, Varsity Scouts and Venturers who have 1) completed this training and 2) reached the age of thirteen but are not yet eighteen, (for Venturers not yet twenty one) may participate in the next step by accepting the challenge of the council level NYLT.

Unit leaders have the primary responsibility for training their youth leaders. The purpose of NYLT is not to assume that role, but rather support it. The NYLT week is filled with activities, presentations, challenges, discussions, and camping in a team and model unit environment. Participants learn and practice skills that are valuable at home, church, school, work and the Scouting unit.

The course is designed for youth members 14 years of age. However, at a unit leader's discretion, they may approve a Scout at 13 years of age to attend NYLTSince a Scout only takes this course once, we want them to get the maximum benefit from this experience; therefore, it is essential that they be able to handle the demands of this advanced course, which requires maturity, experience, and proficiency in basic camping skills.

Requirements and Expectations:

  1. Be at least 13 years of age, but not yet 18 by Day One of the course. For Ventures, be at least 13, but not yet 21 by the end of the course)
  2. Live by the Scout Oath and the Scout Law at all times.
  3. Be able to attend the entire course:  Day One begins at 1:00 PM (check-in starts at noon) and Day Six ends around 4:00 PM
  4. Attend the mandatory orientation meeting.

 



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