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Please join us in congratulating the winners of the 15th Annual National President’s Awards for Marketing Excellence! These awards recognize councils that are doing outstanding work in the areas of Best Positive Public Relations, Best Website, Best Marketing Campaign, Best Finance
A new template is available for planning and implementing board diversity: Click here for the template or go to our website at www.scouting.org/jte and scroll to the Council Tools section.
The May 15 issue of the Finance Impact Department’s e-Letter has been published and is available online. In this issue, you can read about how one of our local councils, the Capitol Area Council in Austin, Texas, is using Blackbaud
The Summit and the 2013 National Scout Jamboree are all about high adventure and fun. Visitors will see firsthand what that means at the Summit Center, where they can sample activities ranging from zip lines and BMX to rock climbing
The dates and locations for this year’s NextConnect National Marketing Summits have been chosen: NextConnect Oakland—Aug. 12–13 NextConnect Washington, D.C.—Aug. 15–16 Looking to make that next connection with Scouting’s target audiences? Join us for NextConnect ’13, where you’ll hear from industry
It is that time of year again, and we are excited to highlight one of our most visible months in Scouting—Indy 500 month. Three years ago, BSA Racing made a huge impact on the national stage during one of the
The 2013 edition of the Environmental Scan is now available. This tool—which includes an indexed summary of social trends and facts affecting the BSA—is designed to assist councils with the development of strategic plans, marketing, fundraising, recruitment, and presentations.
(Story adapted from Scouting magazine’s “Bryan on Scouting” blog) Version 1.0 of the Jamboree Summit App is now available on Apple and Android devices. The Android app clocks in at just over 10 MB and costs 99 cents in the Google Play
A certificate of insurance is a document that gives evidence of insurance coverage for official Scouting activities. Each council has the ability to issue certificates of insurance of up to $1 million as evidence of general liability coverage to those