University of Scouting 2014 Registration Coming Soon!
Date: January 25, 2014
Location: Thomas S. Hart Middle School
What is UoS and what do we offer?
There are a wide variety of courses from basic training for the new volunteer leader, to supplemental "how to" courses in both unit planning and management, and scout skills, to getting off the worn and beaten path for an outdoor adventure and relaxation. These courses are not limited to the leaders, but are offered to any adult (associated with scouts) interested in spicing up their outdoor experience.
Who should attend University of Scouting?
EVERY Scout Leader: Den Leader, Tiger Cub Den Leader, Cubmasters, Pack Committee Leader, Troop Committee Leader, Scoutmaster, Venture Crew Leader, Commissioners, Assistant Leader, Youth Leader, EVERY Parent supporting a scout and/or a unit, Venturing Youth, Boy Scout (First class, age 12 and up) . . . . . . YOU!!
What's a University of Scouting Degree?
It's the progressive patch recognition program for the SFBAC UoS. We encourage you to attend more than once by offering new courses each year. Complete the required classes and turn in your form before 1pm on Saturday or fill out the online application to speed up the process:
UoS Degree online application
UoS Degree paper application
For other questions contact Michelle Rodriguez for more information. 510-577-9214
The online, pre-registration period for University of Scouting is coming soon.
You can also sign up for classes at the University of Scouting - in person.
HOW TO SIGN UP FOR CLASSES at the University of Scouting:
Step 1: Read Class Schedule and Descriptions.
Step 2: Download and print our Walk-In Registration Form.
Step 3: Complete the Walk-In Registration form with your selected Course ID # and Course Names.
Step 4: Bring the completed form and payment to the Walk-In Registration table in the Multi-Purpose Room at the University, and a staff member will confirm your selections, accept your payment, and generate a schedule for you.
Remember.....BE PREPARED. It's not just the Scout Motto, but an excellent way to ensure a smooth registration at the University of Scouting.