Venturing Advancement

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1. Venturing Advancement

2. Materials needed: Flip chart or blackboard Charts 10 and 11, one copy each participant Chart 12, one copy for instructor Sixteen blank sheets of paper, or 5x7 cards for game (game transferred to PPT) Venturer Handbook, #33493 Ranger Guidebook, #3128 Sea Scout Manual, #33239B Venturing Leader Manual, #34655B Venturing Advisor Award of Merit Application, #25-013 Venturing Advisor Award of Merit Certificate, #33661 National Venturing Awards and Recognition Program, #25-884 Bronze, Gold, Silver, Ranger certificates #33666,5,4,3. [Pocket certificates 33645-49.] Start at 2:00, time is 60 minutes The purpose of this session is to describe the Venturing awards and recognitions and emphasize their unique features. In the first three sessions of this training, we talked about the aims and purposes of Venturing, the challenges facing Venturing-age youth, and the need to train our Venturers. Now we will discuss the need to recognize our young people for their achievements. Materials needed: Flip chart or blackboard Charts 10 and 11, one copy each participant Chart 12, one copy for instructor Sixteen blank sheets of paper, or 5x7 cards for game (game transferred to PPT) Venturer Handbook, #33493 Ranger Guidebook, #3128 Sea Scout Manual, #33239B Venturing Leader Manual, #34655B Venturing Advisor Award of Merit Application, #25-013 Venturing Advisor Award of Merit Certificate, #33661 National Venturing Awards and Recognition Program, #25-884 Bronze, Gold, Silver, Ranger certificates #33666,5,4,3. [Pocket certificates 33645-49.] Start at 2:00, time is 60 minutes The purpose of this session is to describe the Venturing awards and recognitions and emphasize their unique features. In the first three sessions of this training, we talked about the aims and purposes of Venturing, the challenges facing Venturing-age youth, and the need to train our Venturers. Now we will discuss the need to recognize our young people for their achievements.

3. B.A.R.S.

4. Venturing Advancement “Please remember that a young man can work on his Eagle Scout award [and Venturing awards] at the same time. When requirements in these programs are the same, he can get credit for progress in all areas – as long as the work is done while he is a registered Venturer.” You will note that each Bronze Award Leads to another higher advancement.“Please remember that a young man can work on his Eagle Scout award [and Venturing awards] at the same time. When requirements in these programs are the same, he can get credit for progress in all areas – as long as the work is done while he is a registered Venturer.” You will note that each Bronze Award Leads to another higher advancement.

5. Bronze Awards

6. Bronze Awards Show the Bronze Award Certificate, #33666 [Pocket certificate #33649] [Requirements: Venturing Leader Manual, pp. 255-263 Venturer Handbook, pp. 26-41 Youth need to earn any one Bronze Award to proceed to the Silver Award Outdoor Bronze is required for Ranger Sea Scout Bronze is required for QuartermasterShow the Bronze Award Certificate, #33666 [Pocket certificate #33649] [Requirements: Venturing Leader Manual, pp. 255-263 Venturer Handbook, pp. 26-41 Youth need to earn any one Bronze Award to proceed to the Silver Award Outdoor Bronze is required for Ranger Sea Scout Bronze is required for Quartermaster

7. Sports Bronze Award

8. Sports Bronze Award (Do 9 of the following) Demonstrate first aid for injuries or illnesses that could occur while playing sports Write an essay that explains sportsmanship OR Make a presentation to your crew or a Cub Scout Take part as a member of an organized Organize and manage a sports competition Make a set of training rules for a sport you pick. Give a presentation that explains the attributes of a good team leader and a good team player.

9. Sports Bronze Award Make a display or presentation on a selected sport Research and then make a presentation, on drug problems as they relate to athletes. Research and then, at a crew meeting or other youth group meeting, manage a discussion on recent training techniques Study ways of testing athletes for body density. Select a favorite Olympic athlete and make an oral presentation Explain the importance of proper sports etiquette.

10. Quest Award Sports award leads to Quest AwardSports award leads to Quest Award

11. Quest Award Do the following five Requirements: Earn the Sports Bronze Award. Complete an American Red Cross Sports Safety Training Course or equivalent. Fitness for Life Learn and do fitness assessments. Sport Disciplines (Choose a sport from a list provided in the Quest Handbook or another sport approved by your advisor.) Sports Bronze leads to Quest award Not an easy award to earn, but is very meaningful.Sports Bronze leads to Quest award Not an easy award to earn, but is very meaningful.

12. Quest Award Electives: Do one of the following: History and Heritage of Sports Sports Nutrition Drug Free Sports Communications History and Heritage of Disabled Sports Movement

13. Arts and Hobbies Bronze Award

14. Arts and Hobbies Bronze Award (Do 9 of the following) Visit a drafting company  Create an advertising plan for a product Learn about backstage support for artistic productions. Attend a theater production. Then critique the work of the artist in set design, decoration, and costume design. Choose a new hobby such as CD, sports card, or stamp collecting; in-line skating; or marksmanship. Tour a golf course.   Visit a hobby store.

15. Arts and Hobbies Bronze Award Teach disadvantage or disabled people a sport and organize suitable competitions, or help them develop an appreciation for an art or hobby new to them. Organize a hobby meet Organize a photography contest in your crew, Using your artistic ability, volunteer to do the artwork for an activity for your crew, another crew, a Cub Scout or Boy Scout group, a district, or a council. Example: Do the posters and promotional materials for a district Cub Scout day camp.

16. Religious Life Bronze Award

17. Religious Life Bronze Award (Do 9 of the following) Earn your denomination's Venturing-age religious award. (ON MY HONOR, ONE DUTY TO GOD CERTIFICATE) Learn about cultural diversity. Make a presentation or tabletop display using the information you learned in (a) above. OR Invite someone from a different cultural background from yours and the majority of your crew's members to give a presentation on a subject of his or her choosing. Introduce your guest. Participate in a discussion about cultural diversity with your crew, Sunday school class, or other group.

18. Religious Life Bronze Award Plan and lead a service project such as participating in a community cleanup project.  Serve as a volunteer in your church or synagogue or other nonprofit organization for at least three months. Go on a religious retreat or religious trek lasting at least two days. Produce or be a cast member in some type of entertainment production with a religious or ethical theme. Serve as president, leader, or officer of your Sunday school class or youth group. Complete a Standard First Aid course or higher course or its equivalent.   Participate in at least two Ethical Controversies activities as a participant.

19. Religious Life Bronze Award Serve as a Sunday school teacher or assistant for a children's Sunday school class for at least three months Meet with your church or synagogue minister/rabbi/leader to find out what he or she does, what they had to do to become your leader, and what they think is the most important element of their job.

20. TRUST: Religious & Community Life Award Religious Life award leads to Trust AwardReligious Life award leads to Trust Award

21. TRUST: Religious & Community Life Award Various Requirements where you will: Tending your Faith Respecting the Beliefs of Others Understanding other Cultures Serving your Community Transforming our Society Tending your Faith Learn about your own religious journey, and earn the religious emblem for your faith group. Respecting the Beliefs of Others Learn about freedom of religion in the US and learn about religions other than your own in your community. Understanding other Cultures Learn about the historical significance of cultures in the US and study one cultural group in detail. Serving your Community Complete a community service project and learn about organizations in your community that serve youth. Transforming our Society Learn counseling skills, conflict resolution, peace and reconciliation, and how to apply them in your own life. Tending your FaithLearn about your own religious journey, and earn the religious emblem for your faith group. Respecting the Beliefs of OthersLearn about freedom of religion in the US and learn about religions other than your own in your community. Understanding other CulturesLearn about the historical significance of cultures in the US and study one cultural group in detail. Serving your CommunityComplete a community service project and learn about organizations in your community that serve youth. Transforming our SocietyLearn counseling skills, conflict resolution, peace and reconciliation, and how to apply them in your own life.

22. Outdoor Bronze Award

23. Outdoors Bronze Award Four Core Requirements Two Elective Requirements

24. Outdoors Bronze Award Four Core Requirements Standard First Aid Wilderness Survival Communications Leave No Trace Cooking Land Navigation Emergency Preparedness Conservation

25. Outdoors Bronze Award Two Elective Requirements

26. Ranger Award Ranger award is an outgrowth from the Outdoor Bronze Award.Ranger award is an outgrowth from the Outdoor Bronze Award.

27. Ranger Award Eight core requirements First Aid Emergency Preparedness Leave No Trace Navigation Wilderness Survival Communications Cooking Conservation The Ranger Award is an extension of the Outdoors Bronze award. It is for Venturers interested in pursuing challenging outdoor activities. The requirements can be found in the Ranger Guidebook. Show the Ranger Guidebook, #3128. Show the Ranger Award Certificate, #33663. [Pocket certificate #33646] Separate 84 pp. Ranger Guidebook, $5.95 (SHOW IT) Will need Fieldbook and other references also Completing 4 core and 2 electives earns Outdoor Bronze Requirements allow an inexperienced outdoorsperson to learn and grow to meet the challenge Rangers are the outdoors elite The Ranger Award is an extension of the Outdoors Bronze award. It is for Venturers interested in pursuing challenging outdoor activities. The requirements can be found in the Ranger Guidebook. Show the Ranger Guidebook, #3128. Show the Ranger Award Certificate, #33663. [Pocket certificate #33646] Separate 84 pp. Ranger Guidebook, $5.95 (SHOW IT) Will need Fieldbook and other references also Completing 4 core and 2 electives earns Outdoor Bronze Requirements allow an inexperienced outdoorsperson to learn and grow to meet the challenge Rangers are the outdoors elite

28. Ranger Award Plus four of eighteen electives Backpacking Cave Exploring COPE Cycling/Mountain Biking Ecology First Aid Fishing Equestrian Hunting Lifesaver Mountaineering Outdoor Living History Physical Fitness Plants and Wildlife Scuba Shooting Sports Watercraft Winter Sports

29. Gold Award 12 months tenure Leadership role Participate in a district (or higher) event Personal growth Lead crew activities Recite Venturing Oath Three letters of recommendation Written presentation and crew review Show the Gold Award Certificate, #33665 [Pocket certificate #33648] Requirements: 1999 Venturing Leader Manual, pp. 264-269 Venturer Handbook, pp. 42-51 The Venturer selects specific projects, in consultation with the Advisor Leadership Personal growth Crew activity leaderShow the Gold Award Certificate, #33665 [Pocket certificate #33648] Requirements: 1999 Venturing Leader Manual, pp. 264-269 Venturer Handbook, pp. 42-51 The Venturer selects specific projects, in consultation with the Advisor Leadership Personal growth Crew activity leader

30. Silver Award One Bronze Award Gold Award Emergency Preparedness (First Aid, CPR, Safe Swim Defense) Demonstrate leadership Including Venturing Leadership Skills Course Participate in Ethics in Action Crew review Show the Silver Award Certificate, #33664 [Pocket certificate #33647] Requirements: Venturing Leader Manual, pp. 253-273 Venturer Handbook, pp. 53-61 Six months leadership beyond the Gold AwardShow the Silver Award Certificate, #33664 [Pocket certificate #33647] Requirements: Venturing Leader Manual, pp. 253-273 Venturer Handbook, pp. 53-61 Six months leadership beyond the Gold Award

31. Consultants Key role in the success of a Venturing Crew Special skills, equipment, facilities, contacts Similar role to the merit badge counselor Registered as adult volunteers or merit badge counselor in council/district We need help with this from parents with skills that know there stuff.We need help with this from parents with skills that know there stuff.

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