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Your Chance To Voice Your Opinion On Scouting

The BSA programs are changing.

Some have already happened, some are happening now, and some are still to come.

Since you’re part of Scouting, you probably have some opinions, one way or the other. Here’s your chance to make them heard — by signing up for the Scouting Research Panels, a series of surveys used by the BSA National Office to collect opinions on our program.

Your information will only be used for research purposes by the national office of the Boy Scouts of America. Your identity in all surveys is kept confidential and results of the surveys are only reported as a group; no individual responses will be identified. The BSA will not send you more than four surveys a year.

If you’re 13 years old and younger, grab a parent and go here.

Scouts and Venturers 14 and older can sign up on their own.

Parents of Cub Scouts and volunteers can sign up, too.

Click here for more information.


4 Comments on Your Chance To Voice Your Opinion On Scouting

  1. Scout 100% // July 22, 2015 at 6:26 am // Reply

    Scouting is a good way to learn. To help other people and see and feel what you where missing outdoors.

  2. WonderfulDance // January 10, 2015 at 6:02 pm // Reply

    I signed up over a year ago and have never received a survey.

  3. Francis Gambone // January 10, 2015 at 2:23 pm // Reply

    Speak up or forever hold your peace.

  4. Been involved for years. Went back when my Grandson became a Tiger with 6 boys in the Pack, and stayed with the Cubs when he went on to Boy Scouts. Have a fantastic parent involvement in our Pack now having 40 Cubs. We work together and the biggest item in our group is to find the interest in a parent and delegate. Everyone’s idea is important.

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