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 to your position, very experienced or somewhere in between – there is something for everyone.
Commissioner Colleges in 2017
The first opportunity of the year is next weekend in American Fork. It’s not too late to register online. Walk-in registrations are welcome also. Find out where to go from the above registration link.
Download the Commissioner Colleges 2017 flyer here to share with others.
If you are brand new to your role, or even if you are not, please take the time to go through the new LDS Commissioner Orientation training. This article includes a direct link or you can find it at www.ldsbsa.org as well. It is really well done and helps clearly explain how each stake leader fits into the big picture of Scouting and what your responsibilities are.
And, if you would like to know more about Commissioner College in general, you can read this article.
Interested in learning more about the degree program? You can read more about it in this article.
You have probably heard the saying…
“Every boy deserves a well-trained leader.”
Here in the Utah National Parks Council we also believe that…
“And every leader deserves a well-trained commissioner”
Be that well-trained commissioner your leaders deserve! Attend Commissioner College!
Annaleis Smith – Is a “stay-at-home” mom and dedicated Cub Scout leader. She has filled many positions over the years including Cub Scout Roundtable Commissioner, Assistant District Commissioner over Roundtable, Assitant Council Commissioner for Cub Scouting and is currently a Unit Commissioner and a member of the UNPC Commissioner College Cabinet.