Tag Archives: Varsity Coach

By Andy Gibbons
Apr 28, 2016

Set Up a Regular Cycle of Mentoring Activities

This is part 8 of a 12-part blog series that explores mentoring skills and principles for adults serving teacher and priest-age boys (14-18): Principle #1: Know the youth and care about them Principle #2: Check your Ethics Principle #3: Prepare To Be A Mentor Principle #4: Provide a Model of Leadership Principle #5: Form A […]

By Andy Gibbons
Jul 30, 2014

Varsity Vision Leader–Specific Training

BSA National has officially approved the Varsity Vision Leader-Specific training course as fulfilling the requirements for Varsity leader-specific training. Leaders still have to attend Outdoor Skills training and Youth Protection to qualify for the “Trained” patch. There are a growing number of Varsity Vision training courses.  Our goal is for them to be held regularly in every district and at the Stake or […]

By Utah National Parks Council
Oct 23, 2013

Silver Beaver: Marshall Morrise

Marshall Morrise, Provo-UT Marshall has been active in Rotary Club as well as Scouting. He makes sure all are included. He is a Varsity Coach and a stake leader. Marshall’s imaginative ideas make Scouting fun and exciting for the boys. He is currently serving a mission in Korea Seoul South Mission so, his daughter, Jenny, […]

By Utah National Parks Council
Oct 17, 2013

Silver Beaver: Robert Hicken

Robert Hicken, Heber City-UT Robert taught youth at Timberline (NYLT) and adults at Wood Badge. He opens his heart, as well as his mountain property to the Scouts. As an extraordinary Varsity Coach and Crew Advisor, Robert demonstrated his ability to recognize potential and bring out the best in people of all ages. Congratulations to […]