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Boy Scout Troop 77
(Geneva, Switzerland)
 
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WE WANT YOU!









Want to make a difference in the world?  Then join the Scouting movement!


Do you have a few hours to spare each month?
  Then perhaps you might consider becoming 
an adult volunteer!   You can make a difference by sharing your skills and values to enrich young people. Dedicated volunteers are what keep the Scouting program alive and moving forward.

Every adult volunteer has something valuable to offer...

whether as an Assistant ScoutmasterCommittee Member or Merit Badge Counselor,  a
dult volunteers serve as role models in Scouting by providing an ideal learning experience for all youth. 
Your leadership and expertise will help foster future leaders.

The more interest you show in the program, the more likely Scouts will stay in Scouting and reap the benefits of your knowledge. Volunteering is also a good way to bond with your own child or children, and set them on a path toward good citizenship by introducing them to Scouting. 

We’re confident you’ll find the experience to be rewarding and fulfilling, and your efforts will help build a better future for everyone. 

For more information about how you can make a difference, please contact Scoutmaster Legarre at 
h.leg@hotmail.com
 

Scout on!

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bsa adult registration form.pdf  

Merit Badge Counselors







Merit badge counselors are the key to success in the merit badge plan. The merit badge plan has evolved over the almost 100 years of Scouting as one of the most unique educational tools ever devised. Counselors offer their time, experience, and knowledge to help guide Boy Scouts in one or more of the 121 merit badge subjects.  Please scroll down below for the complete list of merit badges.

The Merit Badge Counselor's responsibility is to:

  • Assist the Scout as he plans the assigned projects and activities to meet the merit badge requirements.

  • Coach Scouts through interviews and demonstrations on how to do the required skills of the craft, business, or hobby.

  • Certify the Scout after determining whether he is qualified for the merit badge.

 For more information, please contact Scoutmaster Legarre.

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Merit Badge List

 






Thank you for your interest in assisting Scouting by serving as a merit badge counselor!

The following is a list of all of the 121 Merit Badges, arranged into 14 logical fields of activity (categories) as they appear in the BSA Pamphlet "Worksheet for Building a Merit Badge Counselor List" (No. 04439)

  1. AGRIBUSINESS
    ANIMAL SCIENCEFARM MECHANICSPLANT SCIENCE
  2. ARTS AND CRAFTS
    ARTBASKETRYBUGLINGLEATHERWORKMETALWORKMUSIC,POTTERYSCULPTURETHEATERWOOD CARVING
  3. BUSINESS AND INDUSTRY
    AMERICAN BUSINESSENTREPRENEURSHIPPULP AND PAPER,SALESMANSHIPTEXTILE
  4. CONSERVATION
    ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCEFISH AND WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT,FORESTRYSOIL AND WATER CONSERVATION
  5. HOBBIES
    BACKPACKINGCAMPINGCOIN COLLECTINGCOLLECTIONS,COOKINGDOG CAREGARDENINGHIKINGHOME REPAIRS,INDIAN LOREMODEL DESIGN AND BUILDINGPETSPIONEERING,RADIOROWINGSTAMP COLLECTING
  6. NATURAL SCIENCE
    ARCHAEOLOGYASTRONOMYBIRD STUDYGEOLOGYINSECT STUDYMAMMAL STUDYNATUREOCEANOGRAPHYREPTILE AND AMPHIBIAN STUDYWEATHER
  7. COMMUNICATIONS
    CINEMATOGRAPHYJOURNALISMPHOTOGRAPHY
  8. PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT
    AMERICAN CULTURESAMERICAN HERITAGECITIZENSHIP IN THE COMMUNITYCITIZENSHIP IN THE NATIONCITIZENSHIP IN THE WORLDCOMMUNICATIONSDISABILITIES AWARENESSFAMILY LIFEGENEALOGYPERSONAL FITNESSPERSONAL MANAGEMENT,PUBLIC SPEAKINGREADINGSCHOLARSHIPTRAFFIC SAFETY,WILDERNESS SURVIVAL
  9. PHYSICAL SCIENCE
    CHEMISTRYCOMPUTERSELECTRICITYELECTRONICSENERGY,NUCLEAR SCIENCE (formerly Atomic Energy)SPACE EXPLORATION
  10. PROFESSIONS
    ARCHITECTUREDENTISTRYENGINEERINGLANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURELAWMEDICINESURVEYINGVETERINARY MEDICINE
  11. PUBLIC SERVICE
    CRIME PREVENTIONEMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS,FINGERPRINTINGFIRE SAFETYFIRST AIDLIFESAVINGPUBLIC HEALTHSAFETY
  12. SPORTS
    ARCHERYATHLETICSCANOEINGCLIMBINGCYCLINGFISHING,FLY FISHING, GOLFHORSEMANSHIPMOTORBOATING,ORIENTEERINGRIFLE SHOOTINGSHOTGUN SHOOTING,SKATINGSMALL-BOAT SAILINGSNOW SPORTSSPORTS,SWIMMINGWATER SPORTSWHITEWATER
  13. TRADES
    AMERICAN LABORAUTOMOTIVE MAINTENANCECOMPOSITE MATERIALSDRAFTINGGRAPHIC ARTSPAINTINGPLUMBING,WOODWORK
  14. TRANSPORTATION
    AVIATIONRAILROADINGTRUCK TRANSPORTATION