Waynesburg University will offer two camps for Boy Scouts this summer, Life to Eagle Camp and STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) for Scouts Camp. Both camps will offer scouts the opportunity to earn specialized merit badges taught by Waynesburg University professors.
Life to Eagle and STEM for Scouts camps will offer small camp classes with individualized instruction. Waynesburg University professors who are experienced in their badge topic and are registered with the Laurel Highlands Council as Merit Badge Counselors will teach all of the badge sessions.
Registration for both camps is limited to the first 36 scouts. Scouts can provide a roommate preference to room with a friend when registering.
Life to Eagle Camp
Waynesburg University will host Life to Eagle Camp Friday, July 17, through Sunday, July 19. The Life to Eagle Camp will offer Scouts with Life or Star Rank the opportunity to earn up to three merit badges in one weekend.
Available badges include citizenship in the community, citizenship in the nation, citizenship in the world, communications, emergency prep, environmental science, family life, first aid, personal fitness and sustainability. All of the badges offered are required for obtaining Eagle Rank.
Assistance with Eagle Project planning and portfolios will also be provided, and Scouts will be offered the opportunity to work on their Eagle Project portfolio in Waynesburg University’s state-of-the-art Mac lab in lieu of a third merit badge.
The total cost for the camp is $200, and includes badge instruction, meals and lodging.
To register, visit http://www.waynesburg.edu/lifetoeaglecamp.
STEM for Scouts Camp
Waynesburg University’s STEM for Scouts Camp will be held Monday, July 20, through Friday, July 24. Boy Scouts entering sixth grade through current high school seniors are invited to attend.
Scouts will have the opportunity to earn up to five science, technology, engineering and math related merit badges. Waynesburg University will offer 15 different badges including astronomy, aviation, bird study, chemistry, digital technology, environmental science, electronics, engineering, geocaching, photography and oceanography, among others. Scouts may choose their five badges when registering.
The total cost for the camp is $350, which includes lodging in air-conditioned dorms, three meals a day in the dining facilities of the University, five merit badges, a t-shirt, a patch and all activities.
Activities include evening campfires and fun, hands-on STEM activities. Scouts will work on Boy Scouts of America (BSA) NOVA science awards during camp. The Boy Scouts of America's NOVA Awards program incorporates learning with fun activities and exposure to STEM-related fields.
To register, visit http://info.waynesburg.edu/STEMcamp.
The Boy Scouts of America is one of the nation's largest and most prominent values-based youth development organizations. The BSA provides a program for young people that builds character, trains them in the responsibilities of participating citizenship and develops personal fitness.
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