As a parent, you’re a primary role model for your child. Scouting provides a time-tested structure that helps bond parent/child development through group and individual activities, recognition and advancement. Your child needs your encouragement, guidance and participation along his or her scouting path.
Parents, Kids and Scouting
It’s for parent, mentors, and families, as well. It’s all about diverse people finding common ground in shared values, interests, and challenges. It’s people coming together to help raise each other’s kids. United by a vital purpose to create a caring, nurturing, loving environment where their kids can flourish. Whether those kids are blood relatives or not matters little.
Baylor University Study
Researchers with Baylor University’s Institute for Studies of Religion (ISR) and Program on Prosocial Behavior have released findings from a nationwide, scientific survey that demonstrates the significant, positive impact Eagle Scouts have on society from holding leadership positions in their workplace and neighborhood to voting and volunteering to protect the environment and being prepared for emergencies.