Western Colorado Council, BSA
Events

NYLT 2018

  

July 22-28 SOAR Camp

7177 Colorado River Rd, Gypsum CO

 

What is NYLT?

 

Leadership Skills

The primary goal of NYLT is to develop Scouts from Troops and Crews as leaders. To be a good leader requires the knowledge and the ability to use the right tools. At NYLT, we teach the Scouts the skills necessary to manage group dynamics and performance. These are the same skills taught at Fortune 500 companies. The Scouts not only learn about these skills. They are placed as leaders within patrols. Here they practice these leadership skills under the guidance of an experienced staff. These leadership skills include:

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Scoutcraft & Outdoor Skills

Scouts will learn low impact camping, outdoor cooking, geocaching and many other outdoor skills. The course models a month in the life of a unit. The training consists of six days of Scout activities culminating in an overnight outpost camp. In addition, Scouts will be taught how to apply these skills in their home Troops and Crews.

 

Model Troop or Crew

Youth leaders will become a part of a Model Troop. They will be assigned to patrols based on their age and size. Patrols will be composed of Scouts from Troops and Crews throughout the Council. A patrol usually will have no more than one Scout from a given home troop. The patrols will cook, eat, sleep, and train together. Together they will take part in many activities including an outpost hike and campout. The patrols will take turns as the Service and Program Patrol. Participants will take turns serving as Patrol Leader and participating in a daily Patrol Leader's Council.

 

Location and Quality Staff

The SOAR NYLT Course is leadership training experience sponsored by Western Colorado Area Council and held annually at Spirit of Adventure Ranch (SOAR) near Gypsum, Colorado. A trained youth staff member is assigned to work with each patrol throughout the week. This Troop Guide is responsible for training the participants. Youth staff members are supported by trained adult leaders, who report to a Nationally-Certified Course Director.

 

Dates

July 22-28, 2018

 

Course Director and Contact Information

For more information, please contact Jen Pierson at jenniferpierson@comcast.net.

 

Who Should Attend SOAR NYLT?

Any Scout wishing to perfect their leadership skills. These will help in Troop and Crew life situations.

 

Eligibility Requirements

In order to attend an NYLT course, a youth must have the following qualifications by the beginning of the course:

 

 

 

 

Required Parent/Participant Orientation Date

TBD at Camp SOAR. NYLT Orientation 

 

Participant Application

Click on the NYLT Forms Library link at the top or bottom right of this page. Look for the Youth Participant Application.

 

Cost 

Participants $295.00. Adult and Youth Staff $TBD.

  1. Click HERE for online registration.
  2. Click on the Council Training "NYLT".
  3. Click on the "New Registration" button at the bottom of the page.
  4. Click on the "Login" button in the middle of the page if you have registered for an event before. If not, begin to fill in the fields below.

 

Health Forms

https://www.scouting.org/filestore/HealthSafety/pdf/680-001_ABC.pdf

 

 

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