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Merit Badge Workshop Series

Dates Program Merit Badges Location
12/08/2019 Merit Badge Workshop First Aid, Citizenship In The World Council Office
01/12/2019 Merit Badge Workshop Medicine, Communications, Council Office
02//2019 – 02/28/19 Merit Badge University 9-10 Unique Merit Badges TBD
03/23/2019 Merit Badge Workshop Game Design, Family Life, First Aid Council Office
04/23/19 – 04/26/19 Merit Badge University 9-10 Unique Merit Badges Camp Carpenter
05/11/2019 Merit Badge Workshop Radio, Personal Management Council Office

To provide eclectic and diversified Merit Badge offerings for Scouts on a periodic basis – with hand-picked counselors – at strategic demographic locations around the State of New Hampshire. Merit Badges are instructed by registered and approved Merit Badge Counselors in the Daniel Webster Council.

GENERAL INFORMATION FOR ATTENDEES

Participants should bring:

  • Bag lunch
  • Water bottle
  • BSA Health & Medical Record, Parts A&B
  • Blue Card with Leader signature
  • Please wear Class A

Program Information:

  • Program Disclaimer: Completion of the Merit Badge(s) is not guaranteed for any participant. Be advised, due to the wording of some requirements some badges cannot be completed on-site, in-full, in one day. In those cases, every requirement which CAN be completed will be offered. It is at the discretion of the Merit Badge counselor(s) to determine if the participant(s) completed the offered set(s) of requirements throughout the duration of the program(s). Those that do not complete a merit badge during the program time will be given information from their counselor on how to complete and submit uncompleted requirements.
  • Participant Advancement Information:
    • Blue cards can be provided if the participants do not bring one.
    • When referring to the merit badge requirements, please use current ‘scouting.org’ resources. Refrain from referencing other sources regarding requirements.
    • About *prerequisite or follow-up requirements: Participants that sign up are responsible to complete these requirements outside of the allocated program time. Counselors will mark these requirements as complete when the scout provides proof of their completion during the program time. It is at the discretion of the Counselor(s) if certain requirements can be completed after the program and the method of how to do so.

Once checked-in, the staff will direct participants to their respective classrooms.

 

Check-Out Procedure: All scouts are given their blue-card once the staff have visual confirmation that their appropriate ride is present. This procedure may be delayed due to complications with advancement paperwork. It is encouraged that all parties save questions, and comments until a majority of the check-out procedure is completed. Those who did not pay for their registration during check-in have a chance to pay during check-out with cash or checks.

 

For more information contact camping@nhscouting.org