Chief Scout Executive Wayne Brock via USA TODAY: STEM Thrills Scouts

STEM5 (1)Camping, tying knots, hiking, physics, robotics, and lab coats. Maybe you don’t associate all this with Scouting, but as the Boy Scouts of America continues to lead the nation’s youth to frontiers of all kinds, you should.

With the expansion of the BSA’s STEM (that’s Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) pilot program, Scouting continues to deliver the activities kids crave. Even better, this program exposes young minds to careers in need of curious and diverse talent. Where better to find that caliber of kid than in the country’s foremost character and leadership development program for youth.

That’s exactly what Chief Scout Executive Wayne Brock explains in his piece for USA TODAY. Check out the story to learn how STEM Scouts is empowering youth for a future full of exploration.


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