Beyond the Official Boy Scouts of America website at www.Scouting.org,
these are additional helpful scouting websites to help
you support your pack,
these sites are "unofficial", they have become a standard
in providing Leaders with invaluable information.
Start your online
Scouting Adventure with the U.S. Scouting Service Project,
the Scouting Web Portal!
The MacScouter website is dedicated to providing a wide variety of resources
to support youth group programs throughout the world.
This website is dedicated to the thousands of dedicated Scouters who
call themselves Commissioners and give of their time and talents to help
Scout Leaders deliver the best possible Scouting Program to youth members
and to the Scout leaders they serve.
This website is dedicated to Scoutmasters and Scout Leaders everywhere.
This website is dedicated to Cubmasters and Cub Leaders everywhere.
Camping is what makes scouting great! This website is dedicated to helping
you and your unit enjoy the best outdoor program possible.
The Virtual Cub Leaders Handbook
This site is dedicated to everything "Cub Scout!"
Welcome to MeritBadge.com! This site is devoted to Scouting advancement.
You'll find lots of information and resource links to help you work on
your advancement requirements ... OVER 500 PAGES ... Even though the
focus is on the Boy Scouts of America, many merit badge subjects are
similar to the skill awards offered by other youth organizations. MeritBadge.com
can be helpful to boys and girls from many different youth programs.
Site for various merit badge events as well as adult
training. Use this site for registration for Advance-A-Rama.
The Boy Scouts of AmericaŽ official online
source for uniforms, outdoor gear, handbooks, Pinewood DerbyŽ supplies,
crafts and other Scouting essentials. All products sold by Boy Scouts
of America carry a 100-percent guarantee.
Programs of Religious Activities with Youth (P.R.A.Y.)
is a not-for-profit organization whose national board of directors includes
representatives from Protestant and Independent Christian Churches and the
national youth agencies.