After the historic 2017 decision to offer our iconic programs to both to boys and girls in 2018, many people have had questions about what that means and how to introduce those expanded program offerings in their communities.
The three key places where you can find answers to your questions about Family Scouting, including Cub Scouts and the Scouting program for older girls, are as follows:
Family Scouting website
The first and best place to get answers to your questions about Family Scouting is www.scouting.org/familyscouting. The site features facts, an FAQ, an infographic, links to key marketing resources, videos, and more. It’s a one-stop shop that is updated regularly. That means it has the most recent information available. While it’s impossible to anticipate every question, more questions and answers are added to the FAQ regularly as more information becomes available.
Marketing and Membership Hub
There are many people already participating in the Early Adopter program as well as others seeking resources they can use to promote the expanded program offerings in their communities. While a full suite of resources is in development, there are existing interim marketing resources available now for download in the Brand Center of the Marketing and Membership Hub.
All Other Questions
If you’ve searched through the FAQ and other information on the Family Scouting website looking for answers to your questions about girls in the Boy Scouts of America but you can’t seem to find what you need, there is a dedicated e-mail address where you can send questions. Please reach out to [email protected].
As you hear from others who also have questions, please help spread the word on the best sources for the most up-to-date answers. You can also share this infographic.
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