Register now for the Spring 2018 Merit Badge College.
Hosted by the York District Advancement Committee at Sanford High School (Sanford, ME) on the followingevenings:
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- Session 2 runs from
Offerings include: Communication, Environmental Science, Emergency Preparedness, Citizenship in the Community, First Aid, Home Repairs, Orienteering, Public Health, Game Design, Moviemaking, Photography, and Public Speaking. Reading and Scholarship Merit Badges will also be offered by appointment.
Pre-registration is on a first-come, first-served basis and is required in advance using the online form below. Moviemaking Merit Badge requires a Scout to be at least 14 years old at the start of the College. Some Merit Badge sessions are subject to cancellation at any time. There is no cost to attend this Merit Badge College. Questions may be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Scouts should attend all sessions in complete BSA Scout Field Uniform and Be Prepared with a notebook, pen/pencil and any Merit Badge books necessary for requirement fulfillment. Scouts also need to bring a Scoutmaster-signed and properly-completed Merit Badge Application Form (Blue Card) with them to the first session. Scouts are expected to attend every session of the college
Notes to Parents and Scout Leaders: There has been some misunderstanding on the role of the ”Merit Badge College.” These sessions are intended to be educational for the Scouts that have registered and attended, as the word College implies. This event is not intended to be a Merit Badge sign-off conference. We encourage Scouts to contact approved Counselors for sign-offs for requirements and work completed outside the College event, as the College format is not intended for that purpose.
We look forward to having Scouts participate in the York District Spring 2018 Merit Badge College!
Blaine Porter and Henry Zwetsloot
Merit Badge College Coordinators
York District Advancement Committee