Boy Scouts

MINISTRY NAME: BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA

WHO DOES MINISTRY SERVE: Boys ranging in age from 11-18

WHAT DOES MINISTRY DO: The Boy Scouts of America is one of the nation's largest and most prominent values-based youth development organizations. The BSA provides a program for young people that builds character, trains them in the responsibilities of participating citizenship and develops personal fitness

THE PRIMARY GOALS THE MINISTRY SEEKS TO ACHIEVE:

1. Prepare young people to make ethical and moral choices over their lifetimes

2. Prepare the youth to become a responsible, participating citizen and leader

3. Teach the boys about God and their Country

HOW DOES MINISTRY SEEK TO ACHIEVE THESE GOALS: Weekly meetings and service projects to give back to the community while earning merit badges and obtaining different ranks and ultimately acquiring the Eagle rank.

RESPONSIBILITIES OF MINISTRY MEMBERS: Be trained as a assistant scoutmaster, and take the necessary training to be a adult leader

GIFTS/QUALIFICATIONS/SKILLS NEEDED BY MEMBERS TO SERVE IN MINISTRY: Training

TIME COMMITMENT REQUIRED BY MEMBER TO SERVE: Depends on the time you have

WHEN DOES MINISTRY MEET: Every Thursday evening at 7pm

WHERE DOES MINISTRY MEET: At the South Campus 18455 Franjo Road

TRAINING OR OTHER SUPPORT PROVIDED TO MEMBERS: Yes through the boy scouts of American In addition to Virtus Training and other requirements of Archdiocese of Miami pertaining to ministry to youth, all leaders are required to complete Boy Scout Youth Protection training. There are other training sessions covering specific areas offered (camping safety, for example).

FACILITATORS OR LEADERS:
Christiana Carroii-Becerra- Charter Organization Rep/Asst Scoutmaster- cbcharon@aol.com 305-505-1467
Mark Treco- Scoutmaster- email scoutmastermark@att.net 305-989-9031
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