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  • UNIVERSITY OF

    SCOUTING

    LONGHORN COUNCIL

    2016 Course Catalog

    Saturday, November 19, 2016

    Tarrant County College Trinity River Campus

    300 Trinity Campus Circle

    Fort Worth, Texas 76102

    Longhorn Council

    Boy Scouts of America

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    TABLE OF CONTENTS

    Our Mission and Vision .......................................................................................... 2

    Welcome to University of Scouting ........................................................................ 3

    Faculty ..................................................................................................................... 4

    Registering for University of Scouting ................................................................... 5

    Registration Fee ...................................................................................................... 5

    Additional Registration Fees ................................................................................... 5

    Lunch ....................................................................................................................... 5

    Basic Schedule ........................................................................................................ 6

    Location and Campus Map ..................................................................................... 6

    Attire ....................................................................................................................... 7

    Check-in .................................................................................................................. 7

    University Midway ................................................................................................. 7

    Guests and Children? .............................................................................................. 7

    Degree Programs ..................................................................................................... 8

    Class Codes ............................................................................................................. 9

    Developing Your Schedule ..................................................................................... 9

    Class Offerings and Time Grids ........................................................................ 9-10

    College of Cub Scouting Course Descriptions ..................................................... 11

    College of Boy Scouting Course Descriptions ................................................ 12-13

    College of Venturing and Varsity Course Descriptions ....................................... 13

    College of Outdoor Ethics Course Descriptions ................................................... 14

    College of General Studies Course Descriptions ............................................. 15-16

    College of Youth Development ............................................................................ __

    Our Mission

    Longhorn Council University of Scouting is deeply committed to advancing

    educational excellence and preparing participants to become well rounded,

    knowledgeable, leaders in all aspects of Scouting.

    Our Vision

    To be the largest annual training event providing comprehensive top quality

    education to Scouters in and around the Longhorn Council to help deliver the

    Promise of Scouting. LHC UofS will be a diverse and inclusive institution creating

    knowledge and innovations, while cultivating excellence in the next generation of

    Scouts and Scouters.

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    Welcome to University of Scouting

    The Latin phrase ESTOTE PARATI found on our shield means Be Prepared.

    University of Scouting is designed to help you Be Prepared, further your

    knowledge, enhance your skills, and grow your network so you can better

    delivery of the Promise of Scouting.

    To all of those who attended prior years University of Scouting, we say

    Welcome Back. To those who are attending for the first time, we welcome you

    and hope you find your time well spent. We know your time is valuable; we

    appreciate your willingness to spend it here. We have a dedicated staff that is

    ready to share experience, knowledge, and ideas to help you deliver a fun and exciting program.

    This is our first year at Tarrant County College Trinity River Campus and

    we anticipate many more years at this wonderful facility. Located at

    300 Trinity Campus Circle, Fort Worth, Texas 76102 this campus is centrally

    located in historic downtown Fort Worth. You will discover the campus to

    be beautifully designed and full of amenities.

    Inside this Course Catalog you will find registration information, course fees, and information on

    the degree program. You will also find the course offerings for each of the Colleges: Cub Scouting,

    Boy Scouting, Varsity/Venturing, Outdoor Ethics, General Studies, and Youth Development.

    This is the Councils largest single day training event for adult and youth in Longhorn Council.

    You will have the opportunity to meet and share ideas with other like-minded individuals in the

    area. We encourage you to use your time between classes for networking meet up with old

    friends and make new friends. The University Midway is a great place for you to learn more about

    Council programs, training event, Scouting ideas, community partners, and maybe win a prize.

    Of course, this event would not happen without the exceptional dedication and support of many

    volunteers; instructors, administrative staff, and Council Staff. Their efforts to make this a

    mountain top experience are appreciated.

    Participant check-in and walk-up registration begins at 8:00AM. As you might imagine, lines can

    become quite long. Please dont wait until the last minute to register!

    On behalf of the youth in Longhorn Council a sincere THANK YOU for attending the Longhorn

    Council 2016 University of Scouting.

    Should you have any questions please feel free to contact me.

    H. Clyde Gormley, Jr., Chancellor

    UniversityofScouting@longhorn.org

    2016 University of Scouting

    Longhorn Council | Boy Scouts of America

    mailto:UniversityofScouting@longhorn.org

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    Faculty

    Chancellor

    Clyde Gormley .................... (214) 926-5846 ...... UniversityofScouting@longhorn.org

    Vice Chancellor Admissions

    Julie Briscoe ....................... (817) 522-6060 ................ briscoeja@sbcglobal.net

    Vice Chancellor Facilities

    Jack Harper ........................ (210) 414-0052 .................... n7080f@sbcglobal.net

    Vice Chancellor Midway

    Richard Kincaid .................. (972) 953-5896 ......... kincaidrichard@hotmail.com

    Chancellor Emeritus

    Dianne Babcock .................. (817) 937-4753 ..... scoutmom.babcock@gmail.com

    Deans College of Cub Scouting

    GW Bell ............................... (817) 703-3577 .......................... mobeans@me.com

    Dean College of Boy Scouting

    Ken Gordon ........................ (214) 505-5880 ................ kenscouting@verizon.net

    Dean College of Venturing and Varsity

    Dean College of Outdoor Ethics

    Tim Rogers .......................... (817) 602-6765 .......................... tirogers00@att.net

    Dean College of General Studies

    Rich Doarn ......................... (817) 350-3526 .................... dcddad@sbcglobal.net

    Longhorn Training Chair

    Diane Morrison .................. (817) 233-3580 ..................... demrn80@verizon.net

    Professional Advisor

    Ron Frederich ..................... (214) 335-5212 ........... ron.frederich@scouting.org

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    Registering for the University of Scouting

    Class sizes are limited; please register early to ensure you may attend the courses you desire.

    Although we do our best to accommodate all registrations, due to instructor availability, class

    limitations, and circumstances beyond our control we may find it necessary to reschedule or cancel

    classes. If that happens you will be able to switch classes.

    Registration will be available online from Thursday, September 1, 2016 through Sunday,

    November 13, 2016. Walk-in registration will be available the day of the event. Walk-ins will

    receive course assignments based on availability of classroom space, instructors and time. Lunch

    and the degree patches cannot be guaranteed for Walk-in attendees.

    http://www.longhorncouncil.org/training-2/university-of-scouting/ >>> Online Registration closes Sunday, November 13, 2016

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    Location and Campus Map

    Longhorn Council University of Scouting is honored to have Tarrant County College District as

    our education partner. Trinity River Campus is located at 300 Trinity Campus Circle, Fort Worth,

    Texas 76102. Free parking is available in the Parking Garage. Follow the signs when you arrive.

    Trinity River Campus

    https://www.google.com/maps/place/300+Trinity+Campus+Cir,+Fort+Worth,+TX+76102/@32.7569925,-97.3401858,17z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m5!3m4!1s0x864e7143c05d45a5:0xcac5013ed3afc893!8m2!3d32.7569925!4d-97.3379971https://www.google.com/maps/place/300+Trinity+Campus+Cir,+Fort+Worth,+TX+76102/@32.7569925,-97.3401858,17z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m5!3m4!1s0x864e7143c05d45a5:0xcac5013ed3afc893!8m2!3d32.7569925!4d-97.3379971

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    Attire

    The University of Scouting encourages all participants to wear the complete and proper uniform

    of the Boy Scouts of America. Due to physical activity and/or possible messiness, some classes

    may suggest you remove your scout shirt and wear your activity shirt. All clothing should be scout

    appropriate.

    Check-in

    All participants and staff must check in with the Vice Chancellor-Administrations at the

    Registration Desk. You may not attend a class without registering. The Registration Desk will

    have staff on hand throughout the day to assist you with any questions or schedule changes.

    University Midway

    Longhorn Council recognizes there are a number of companies in North Texas who work hand-

    in-hand with the Boy Scouts of America. We have invited a number of these companies to attend

    and will provide an opportunity for you to visit, learn about their mission, and have an opportunity

    to learn about special product promotions. Community-based and service organizations will be on

    hand so you may learn how you or your scouts may partner with them to serve the needs of the

    communities.

    The BSA Scout Shop and other venders will have products available for purchase. They can sell

    out fast so make sure you visit all the venders.

    Our Midway does feature prizes and drawings. Make sure you learn the rules and participate.

    Guests and Children?

    Guests are not allowed. All who attend the University of Scouting must register. There are no

    accommodations for babysitting, daycare or other means of looking after children. As a courtesy

    to other attendees and to prevent any disruptions, children are not permitted to attend the event

    even if accompanied by a parent or guardian. The only exception to this rule are those youth (13

    years or older) who have registered as participants.

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    Degree Program Longhorn Council is offering a degree

    program from University of Scouting to

    earn your Associate, Bachelor, Master and

    Doctorate degrees. In order to earn your

    patch you must complete the requirements

    set forth in the current Degree Program.

    ASSOCIATE DEGREE REQUIREMENTS:

    1. Complete five (5) credits from the 2015 or later LHC University of Scouting as a participant or instructor.

    2. Visit three (3) Midway booths.

    BACHELOR DEGREE REQUIREMENTS: 1. Receive Associate Degree from LHC University of Scouting. 2. Be a registered Scouter with current Youth Protection Training. 3. Earn the BSA TRAINED patch for your current registered position. 4. Visit three (3) Midway booths in the year earning the Bachelor Degree. 5. Complete an additional five (5) University of Scouting credits for a total of ten (10) credits as a

    participant or instructor.

    MASTER DEGREE REQUIREMENTS: 1. Receive Bachelor Degree from LHC University of Scouting. 2. Visit three (3) Midway booths in the year earning the Master Degree. 3. Bring one (1) new person to LHC University of Scouting to earn their Associate Degree. 4. Complete six (6) additional University of Scouting credits as a participant or instructor for a total

    of sixteen (16) credits.

    5. Complete three position-related supplemental training courses. Examples include: a. Cubs: BALOO, Shooting Sports, Hazardous Weather, Outdoor Leader Skills for Webelos

    Leaders (OWL), District Committee Training Workshop, Safe Swim Defense, Certified

    CPR/First Aid course, Trainers EDGE, and any American Red Cross health and safety

    course.

    b. Boy Scout / Varsity / Venturing: Safe Swim Defense, Safety Afloat, Trek Safely, Climb on Safely, Merit Badge Counselor Orientation, Health and Safety Course, LNT Master Trainer,

    Climbing Instructor, BSA Lifeguard, Trainers EDGE, District Committee Training

    Workshop, certified CPR/First Aid course, and any American Red Cross Health and Safety

    course.

    6. Show you have completed at least one (1) of the following: a. 21st Century Wood Badge Training c. NYLT Training e. Leave No Trace

    b. Powder Horn d. Hornaday Weekend Master Trainer

    DOCTORATE DEGREE REQUIREMENTS:

    1. Receive Master Degree from the LHC University of Scouting.

    2. Complete four (4) additional course credits as a participant for a total of twenty (20) credits.

    3. Serve as an instructor, faculty or support staff in the current years LHC University of Scouting. 4. Bring one (1) participant to University of Scouting that is working on their Associate Degree. 5. Show you have completed one (1) of the following:

    a. 21st Century Wood Badge Staff

    b. Powder Horn Staff c. NYLT Staff d. Leave No Trace Master

    Trainer

    e. LNT Master Trainer Staff f. Staff Jamboree g. National Camp School h. Philmont Training Center

    i. Council Camporee Staff j. Key Three Training k. Master Degree at College of

    Commissioner Science

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    Class Codes

    Each College is identified by the first three letters:

    Cub Scouts CUB

    Boy Scouts BOY

    Varsity/Venturing V&V

    Outdoor Ethics ODE

    General Studies GEN

    Youth Development YTH

    Developing Your Schedule

    You may use the table below to denote which classes you wish to attend. This will assist you as

    you register online. Be sure to review classes in ALL COLLEGES!

    Class Offerings and Time Grids

    Each class is hosted by a University of Scouting College. However, you do not have to be involved

    in that program to attend the course.

    REGARDLESS OF YOUR UNIT ROLE OR REGISTRATION,

    YOU MAY TAKE ANY COURSE AT

    UNIVERSITY OF SCOUTING.

    Start End

    Check In 8:00 am 8:50 am 1st Choice 2nd Choice

    Period 1 9:00 am 9:50 am

    Period 2 10:00 am 10:50 am

    Period 3 11:00 am 11:50 pm

    Period 4 (Lunch) 12:00 pm 12:50 pm LUNCH

    Period 5 1:00 pm 1:50 pm

    Period 6 2:00 pm 2:50 pm

    Period 7 3:00 pm 3:50 pm

    Checkout 4:00 pm 4:30 pm At Registration Table

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    College of Cub Scouting

    CUB111 Dos and Donts of Cub Camping: Feel overwhelmed about

    planning a campout for a whole pack? We will make it easy,

    and break it down into steps for you to follow. Your campout

    may just be your dens or Packs favorite part of Cub

    Scouting!

    CUB112 Cubmaster Pizazz: Tips and Tricks for Cubmaster to bring

    excitement to the program.

    CUB121 Planning the Pack Calendar: Resources and guides on how to plan an annual calendar

    that is productive and fun.

    CUB131 Using Den Chiefs: What is the role of a Den Chief? How do you find one and what

    can they do to improve your program?

    CUB132 Cub Scout Outdoor Program: A discussion on where to go, who should go, and what

    to do once you are there.

    CUB251 Marketing your Pack: Tips and Tricks on bring in the new boys and keeping the ones

    you already have.

    CUB252 WEBELOS/Arrow of Light Transition: Discuss what is involved with graduating

    WEBELOS into the Boy Scout program. Whether you are a Cub Scout, Boy Scout

    leader or a member of a committee, you need to know your role in this transition.

    CUB261 Flag Etiquette for Cubs and Packs: How to instill respect for the flag in your Cubs.

    CUB262 Teaching Cub Scouts Knife Safety: (2 PERIODS) Be Whittlin Chip trained so you

    can teach Cub Scouts and Webelos Scouts how to use and care for their pocket knives.

    You will need to bring your own pocket knife to this course.

    CUB271 How to Build a better Pinewood Deby Car: Plan em, build em, run em, score em

    and make em a super addition to your Cub Scout program.

    College of Boy Scouting

    BOY111 Crossing over New Boy Scout Parents: Your first year parents

    are either very new to scouting or bringing their expectations

    from Cub Scouts. Setting the tone and getting them engaged will

    help both the Scouts and Troop.

    BOY112 Merit Badge Counselor Training: Your service as a Merit Badge

    Counselor is integral to the goals of the BSA advancement and

    other methods of Scouting. This session will present an overview

    of the procedure and methods for applying for Council Approval, methods and

    requirements for counseling, and conferring merit badges.

    BOY113 Real World Solutions to Troop Issues: Frank and open conversation about how to

    deal with the difficult problems.

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    BOY122 Cooking: Real Outdoor Cooking: (3 PERIODS, Additional Fee) Feeding a group of

    hungry Scouts and leaders requires some basic cooking and planning skills. Learn

    the basics of Dutch oven, grill, one pot, and backpacking cooking at the University

    of Scouting cooking class. During the class, participants will make appetizers,

    entrees, side dishes and desserts. We will also have an overview of several different

    camping stoves. The highlight of the day will be sampling all of the dishes for our

    lunch. Class is limited to 25 participants, and all must pre-register.

    BOY124 Planning High Adventure off BSA Bases: Gain knowledge on how to effectively plan

    a high adventure using proven tools and skills while also making the youth

    responsible for the activities.

    BOY132 411 for Troops: Boy Scout Advancement 411 or "What's Happening!" An interactive

    discussion on the changes and challenges to the Boy Scout Advancement program

    and the role the advancement program. The recent changes to the program will be

    the predominant discussion. Other areas of scout troop advancement issues covered

    may include: mentoring youth through rank advancement - when and how to

    encourage; The Guide to Advancement, Troop program planning as it relates to

    advancement, Journey to Excellence reporting, troop only merit-badge counselors

    and internet advancement.

    BOY251 Dealing with Eagle Issues Proactively: Do you have a crisis brewing? Are your Eagle

    Candidates waiting until the last minute to finish the requirements for the Eagle Scout

    Rank? Are Eagle Scout candidates trying to cut corners or circumvent the process?

    Are your Scouts getting sloppy and you find yourself not wanting to advance them?

    Although technically you should??? This session will present real life situations

    and how they could have been avoided. Find out how to use the Guide to

    Advancement policies so that your Scouts stay on track and achieve the Mission and

    Aims of Scouting.

    BOY252 Effective Scoutmaster (SM) Conferences: Learn what a Scoutmaster Conference is,

    is not, and who can do them. Discuss ideas for improvement and how they can vary

    between ranks

    BOY261 Life to Eagle: Help your Life Scouts with their project selection, their Eagle

    application and preparation for their Board of Review. Also, learn the dos and donts

    of Scoutmaster Conferences and Boards of Review.

    BOY262 Eagle Project Coach Training: Find out what it means to be a Project Coach and how

    you can enhance the Eagle Project experience for the Scout.

    BOY263 Backpacking: What to Bring and Where to Find It: and what NOT to bring. How

    to "be prepared" without trying to carry everything you own. This class will cover

    equipment, what works, what doesn't when backpacking. We will cover both short

    weekend trips and long treks. Lots of tips and tricks will be shared.

    BOY271 Fire Building: It sounds simple but teaching fire building is better and more fun with

    skill and practice. Come enhance your knowledge so you can train the youth.

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    College of Venturing and Varsity

    V&V111 Varsity Team: How it works: How the ideal Team operates and

    how you can get to that point.

    V&V112 High Adventure: Sea Base, Northern Tier, Philmont, Swamp

    Base, and Summit. Which one is right for you?: An open

    discussion on what would fit the needs of your unit.

    V&V131 Varsity Awards: Letters, Pins, Denali and More: How to build

    excitement for these awards and see them implemented in the unit.

    V&V132 Venturing Awards: What are they and how do you earn them.

    V&V251 411 for Teams: What new in the program.

    V&V252 Longhorn Council High Adventure Programs: Learn what the

    LHC can offer your older Youth.

    V&V261 Why a Troop Should Support a Venture Crew: Crews need feeder Troops. Why

    Troops should support youth moving to a Crew.

    V&V271 411 for Venturing: What new in the program.

    College of Outdoor Ethics

    ODE111 Outdoor Ethics Orientation: The course introduces the concepts of

    Leave No Trace, Tread Lightly!, and the Land Ethic, and directs

    towards resources to help units incorporate Outdoor Ethics into

    their Scouting programs. Youth participants will leave prepared

    to serve in the unit leadership role of Outdoor Ethics Guide. All

    participants will walk away with a basic understanding of the

    principles, some activities to reinforce learning points, and a list of related BSA

    awards.

    ODE122 Tread Lightly! Awareness: This class is designed to teach the basics about the

    organization Tread Lightly! and, more importantly, how to minimize your impacts

    in the outdoors.

    ODE132 LNT for Cub Leaders: We will cover how to teach Cub Scouts good LNT principles,

    what awards are available, and where you can go for more helps resources for more

    help.

    ODE251 Hornaday Project Categories: Conservation and the Boy Scouts of America have

    been partners for a long time. Come learn how you can guide the Youth towards the

    Hornaday Award and the definitions of the various conservation project categories.

    ODE252 Outdoor Ethics for Fishing: The youth love to fish; make sure you are following

    good LNT principles with when using our precious water resources such as our lakes

    and streams.

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    ODE261 411 for Outdoor Ethics: Whats new? Whats changed? How can you implement?

    In particular the Hornaday program has had many changes including Advisor

    recommendations to award requirements.

    ODE262 The National Outdoor Award: What is it and Reviews the requirements and potential

    activities that can help how the youth can earn the award.

    ODE271 Tread Lightly Off Road: How can you minimize your impact on the land while

    maximizing your fun with ATVs and mountain bikes.

    College of General Studies Schedule

    GEN111 FOS Presenter Training: Come get the training you need to be

    the best possible Friends of Scouting (FOS) Presenter.

    GEN112 CPR Certification (3 PERIODS, $25 additional fee): Become

    CPR Certified.

    GEN113 C.O.P.E.: What is C.O.P.E. and how it can help you develop strong unit leadership.

    GEN114 How Shooting Sports Can Enhance your Scouting Program: All levels of Scouting want

    to go shooting. How you can get involved.

    GEB121 Putting the FUN in FUNdraising: Financing your unit does not have to be a negative

    experience. Come learn how to make it fun for the youth and you.

    GEN123 Technology Tools (SCOUTBOOK): What is Scoutbook and how can it benefit your

    unit.

    GEN131 Establishing a Unit Religious Emblems Program: Learn how to build, promote and

    deliver a unit religious emblems (RE) program. Leverage parents, the local

    parish/religious institution pastor, and leader. You will learn what BSA RE

    promotional literature and publications are available to assist in building unit programs.

    GEN134 How Shooting Sports Can Enhance Your Scouting Program and How You Can Get

    Involved: Learn how the Shooting Sports Programs work, for all ages, and how you

    can use it to further advancement, NOVA, confidence and safety for your Scouts and

    Leaders. Also, find out how you can become a Certified Instructor in all areas, a

    Texas Hunter Education Instructor, and help change your Scouts lives.

    GEN251 Working w/ Scouts Autism Spectrum: Understand how Scouts on the Autism Spectrum

    differ from others and how to leverage their enhanced abilities and support them with

    their challenges. Learn how to speak their language and engage their parents to have a

    better Scouting experience.

    GEN253 New Technology Tools (my.scouting.org): Learn about the new my.Scouting website

    and applications. Mobile devices, social media, augmented reality, etc. - your Scouts

    understand it, do you?

    GEN254 TCCD Enhancing Your Education: Tarrant County College District provides

    affordable and open access to quality teaching and learning. This class will discuss

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    how adults and youth can partner with Tarrant County Colleges to earn degrees and

    certifications to enrich their futures.

    GEN261 Essentials for Serving Scouts with Disabilities: Learn basic skills and principles for

    working with out of the ordinary Scouts. Understand the 3 A's of disability awareness;

    Access, Accommodation, and Adaptation. Learn how the fourth and most important A,

    Attitude, makes the difference between an ordinary and an extraordinary Scouting

    experience for all your scouts.

    GEN262 How the Committee Can Save Your Unit: Committee Members are valuable in the

    health of the unit. Come learn how you can maximize their value.

    GEN264 Youth Protection Training Face-to-Face: If you need it come take it.

    GEN271 Alternative Advancement for Scouts with Challenges: Learn how to create an

    Individualized Scout Advancement Plan for your scouts with unique and extraordinary

    challenges. Understand the principles of comparable difficulty and equivalent learning

    objectives. Review the procedural rules and forms that define who must formally

    approve alternative advancement requirements.

    GEN272 Introduction to Wilderness and Remote First Aid: All the WHOs? WHATs? WHENs?

    and WHYs?

    GEN273 BSA STEM/NOVA: Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics and the

    Nova Awards

    GEN274 The What and Why of Adult Training and Knots: How to encourage your adult leaders

    to fully participate in the adult training curriculum.

    College of Youth Development

    YTH111 For Youth Leaders: How to conduct an Introduction to Leadership Skills

    Workshop: The name says it all.

    YTH131 PLCs: Why you should hold regular PLC!: Patrol Leader Councils can

    keep your program on track.

    YTH251 NYLT/Twin Arrows: Come learn why you should send your youth to

    National Youth Leader Training in the Longhorn Council.

    YTH252 Wilderness camping -vs- Weekend camping: It may sound simple but we have some

    tricks you may want to learn.

    YTH261 Dealing with Difficult Adults: How youth leaders can take back control of their

    unit(nicely.) Skills and Tricks you can use at your next meeting.

    YTH271 Improve Your Annual Calendar: Ideas and suggestions you can take back to your unit

    to enhance your program.

    YTH272 Philmont; Maintaining youth led without offending advisors.

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    Please visit the University of Scouting web page for updates and info:

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    If you have any questions, suggestions or comments please send them to

    universityofscouting@longhorn.org

    Thank you for your gift of feedback!

    LONGHORN COUNCIL

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