Category Archives: Cub Scouting

All about Cub Scouting.

By Annaleis Smith
Feb 06, 2017

Upcoming Commissioner Training

Even Commissioners need training. Whether you are a District Commissioner, ADC, Unit Commissioner or Roundtable Commissioner, training exists for you.   This training is for stake leaders asked to help in the Scouting program–High Council members over YM and Primary, Stake YM Presidencies, Stake Primary Presidencies and others. It doesn’t matter if you are brand new […]

LDS/BSA Relationship
By Utah National Parks Council
Jan 31, 2017

LDS Church Responds to New Scout Policy on Transgender Youth

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints responded today to BSA’s new policy allowing transgender boys to participate in the program. The church said the following regarding the policy change: “The Church is studying the announcement made yesterday by Boy Scouts of America. Boy Scouts has assured its religious chartering organizations that, as in […]

By Kent Hansen
Jan 27, 2017

Tired of Looking for Help?

If you are tired of trying to figure out Scout solutions on your own, the University of Scouting is the place to get help.This year’s event will take place on February 18th from 8 am to 4 pm with Hyrum Smith as the keynote speaker. The faculty, staff and administration have assembled an amazing program year with […]

By Arturo Malpica
Jan 14, 2017

Y-Serve Scouting Outreach: Liderazgo para adultos

Como parte del Servicio de Escultismo en Scouting Y-serve, Empezando en enero de 2017, BYU Scouting está en la búsqueda de ubicar a voluntarios para las unidades de habla-hispana y otras que tengan una necesidad de líderes adultos. Los voluntarios son estudiantes de BYU e incluye a varios con experiencia en el Movimiento Scout y […]

By Arturo Malpica
Jan 14, 2017

Y-Serve Scouting Outreach: Adult Leadership

As part of Y-serve’s Scouting Outreach, starting in January 2017 BYU Scouting is looking to place eager volunteers in Spanish-speaking and other units that have a need for adult leaders. Student volunteers include several with experience in Scouting and have a Spanish-speaking background. Goals of this program are to help Scouting units in the Utah […]

By Debany Henriksen
Jan 03, 2017

#ChampCamp January 14th

It’s time roll up your sleeves, and get to work on this year’s pinewood derby. With the help of our #ChampCamp on January 14th from 10 am to 3 pm, you’ll be ready to go. Oh, and if you have two left thumbs like me, this is the time and place to get an award winning Cub […]

By Utah National Parks Council
Jan 01, 2017

2020 Strategic Issues (updated for 2017)

Top Ten Concerns for 2020 Vision Better service to our key sponsor, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Their leadership expects trained leaders, understanding of Scouting’s value proposition, and better communication  Adapt Scouting for LDS purposes, including: Church leaders will, as always, select their own Scout leaders based on church standards. BSA employees and volunteers are […]

By Darryl Alder
Jan 01, 2017

2017 Internal/External Analysis

Utah National Parks SWOT Analysis STRENGTHS Scouting programs helps leaders “Be With Them“—our outdoor programs concentrate the quality of that time. A Scout’s duty to God “Connects Them With Heaven.” We help youth become spiritually prepared by developing testimonies of Christ and the gospel by their duty to God. Scouting prepares boys to lead; the patrol method “Lets Them Lead” […]

By Utah National Parks Council
Jan 01, 2017

Council Customer Segments

LDS Leadership:  Area Seventies, Stake Presidents and Bishops are proven leaders that have a history of contributing their time, talents, and resources to promoting the mission of Scouting.  They provide Council leadership and are capable of representing the Council in their LDS Coordinating Council.   They need clear and concise communication and parallel and consistent support […]

By Utah National Parks Council
Jan 01, 2017

Messages for use with LDS Leaders

Two studies, by RED Research, over two years has yielded these “Six Pillars of Being Prepared” for Communication with LDS Leaders 1-   Testimony Be prepared by developing a testimony of Christ and of the gospel while doing our duty to God and our country.  In the survey one stake leader described it this way:  […]

By Darryl Alder
Jan 01, 2017

Theme: “Becoming Men Like These”

“Becoming men like these” is the theme for our 2020 vision. It and the “Six Pillars of Scouting” have been developed through extensive research from RED. In this undertaking, researchers have interviewed hundreds of LDS Stake and Ward leaders and recorded their responses. The findings were sometimes hard to take, but in the end this message […]

By Utah National Parks Council
Jan 01, 2017

Council Committees Roles

Unit Service:  Provide the level of coaching and mentoring required to integrate Journey to Excellence throughout the council. Be prepared to assist with bringing about a robust, activity-based Roundtable experience in all districts. Finance:  Build a proven financial process that results in the needed operating and capital funds. Membership:  Teach district volunteers to present Scouting’s […]

By Utah National Parks Council
Jan 01, 2017

Core Values of Council Committees

The promise of Scouting is to instill in all youth the values of the Scout Oath and the Scout Law, to prepare them for life’s challenges, and to develop the leadership potential each one possesses. To this end, our vision is one of delivering the program of Scouting through our districts to units, meeting the […]