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== Requirements to qualify as a Voyageur Scout: ==
 
== Requirements to qualify as a Voyageur Scout: ==
 
# Successfully complete the [[Pioneer Scout]] requirements and be invested as a Scout.
 
# Successfully complete the [[Pioneer Scout]] requirements and be invested as a Scout.
# Complete the requirements in each of the following Activity Areas, Citizenship, Leadership, Personal Development and Outdoor Skills at the Voyageur level.
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# Complete the requirements in each of the following Activity Areas, [[Voyageur Citizenship Award|Citizenship]], [[Voyageur Leadership Award|Leadership]], [[Voyageur Personal Development Award|Personal Development]] and [[Voyageur Outdoors Skills Award|Outdoor Skills]] at the Voyageur level.
 
# Earn four (4) [[Challenge Badges]] of your choice from at least 2 different Challenge Badge categories.
 
# Earn four (4) [[Challenge Badges]] of your choice from at least 2 different Challenge Badge categories.
 
# Earn either the Spring/Fall section of the [[Year Round Camping Award]].
 
# Earn either the Spring/Fall section of the [[Year Round Camping Award]].

Revision as of 20:20, 27 February 2011

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Outcomes

By earning the Voyageur level of all four Activity Badges (and a number of Challenge Badges), Scouts develop and demonstrate a broad base of knowledge and skills in Citizenship, Leadership, Personal Development and Outdoor Skills areas. [1]

Requirements to qualify as a Voyageur Scout:

  1. Successfully complete the Pioneer Scout requirements and be invested as a Scout.
  2. Complete the requirements in each of the following Activity Areas, Citizenship, Leadership, Personal Development and Outdoor Skills at the Voyageur level.
  3. Earn four (4) Challenge Badges of your choice from at least 2 different Challenge Badge categories.
  4. Earn either the Spring/Fall section of the Year Round Camping Award.

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References

  1. Taken from MEASURING SUCCESS - THE SCOUTING WAY