Do you happen to know who your Unit Commissioner is? What is his/her purpose? Would you like to know more about the commissioner program and the services that your commissioner can provide? Are you interested in learning more about scouting, in general, and earning a degree in Commissioner Science? Would you like to earn a very special patch for your time?
An opportunity to have all of these questions answered is scheduled for Saturday, May 12th, during the 2018 College of Commissioner Science. It will be held at the SWFC service center, 1801 Boy Scout Drive, Ft. Myers. The college starts at 8:30 a.m. and finishes up before 5:00 p.m. Our guest presenter is Julia Mae-Shen Farr hailing from Washington, DC where she serves as a Council Commissioner (as well as several other positions). Ms. Farr also volunteers at the National level as one of the leads on designing the latest iteration of Wood Badge to be launched next year and heads up a task force writing new curriculum for the College of Commissioner Science.
You do not have to be a Unit Commissioner to go through this training (although your District Commissioner and recent Silver Beaver recipient, Steve Shoemaker) would love for you to consider joining his merry band of volunteers.
The cost for the day is only $15.00 for which you receive tons of great information, have fun with the staff and other participants, enjoy a BBQ lunch catered by Bubba’s, and receive a patch specially designed just for this course.
I would love to see you there. And for those planning to attend USA, this is an opportunity to earn a degree in addition to one you might earn during the April event.
To register, simply CLICK HERE.
Yours in Service,
College of Commissioner Science Chancellor