Sea Scout Recognition

Recognition is an important part of the Sea Scout experience.  These experiences help Sea Scouts to set realistic goals, accomplish projects, and gain knowledge and understanding of the world around them.


Sea Scout Specific

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Small Boat Handler

The Small Boat Handler Course is designed for Sea Scout ships whose members are not interested in following the advancement plan leading to Quartermaster, or it can serve as a training outline for traditional ships.  Topics include:  Aids to Navigation, Rules of the Road, and Boating Safety.

Details supporting the course outlines are found in the technical sections of the Sea Scout Manual along with references to other publications listed in the bibliography.

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Qualified Seaman

The Qualified Seaman Course is designed for Sea Scout ships whose members are not interested in following the advancement plan leading to Quartermaster, or it can serve as a training outline for traditional ships.  Topics include:  Aids to Navigation, Rules of the Road, Seamanship, Safety, Piloting, Charts, Safe Boating and Operating a Boat

Details supporting the course outlines are found in the technical sections of the Sea Scout Manual along with references to other publications listed in the bibliography.

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Long Cruise

The Long Cruise badge may be earned by both youth and adults registered in Sea Scouts.  A Sea Scout must be Ordinary rank before he or she can start recording cruising time for the Long Cruise badge. The Sea Scout must cruise for two weeks on any vessel or boat provided by the local council or the ship, or their own vessel when authorized by an adult leader in that Sea Scout ship. Each additional long cruise earned is marked by a red arc above the badge, until five such cruises have been completed. Then a single white arc replaces them above the badge.  In the event that it is not possible to make a two-week cruise, a series of weekend or overnight cruises on any boat or ship may be made, provided that the total number equals 14 days.  An adult leader may qualify for the badge without qualifying for Ordinary rank.

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USPS Finley Sea Scout Service Award

The USPS “Finley Sea Scout Service Award” recognizes thosemembers of the United States Power Squadrons who are also youth or adult Sea Scout leaders, and who have provided outstanding civic,educational, and fraternal leadership to both the Sea Scouts and theUnited States Power Squadrons, through civic involvement, educational achievement, and active participation in both programs.

USPS Finley Sea Scout Service Award Application

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SEA SCOUT MARKSMANSHIP PROGRAM

This award for Sea Scouts has been implemented as a part of the special activities a Sea Scout can participate in during times when they are not engaged in their nautical programs. It is designed to give programming for the ship when they are not able to get on the water, as extracurricular program.  A Sea Scout would begin with the Basic Shooter requirements. He or she chooses which discipline or disciplines they would like to participate in.

Note that they can choose to learn how to shoot more than one firearm. A special “Sea Scout Shooting Sports Medal” is being designed to be earned after a Sea Scout earns their first level, no matter what discipline they shoot. From the main medal, we would have small medal bars that would hang off of this original medal. The bar would state what the discipline is they shot and the level they are currently at. For an example, there would be 4 Bars for each discipline – i.e.: Rifle –Basic, Intermediate, Advanced, and Expert. Each discipline would have these 4 bars. The Sea Scout would only wear the bar for the highest level they have achieved. If the Sea Scout shoots all 3 disciplines, they could only have a maximum of 3 bars hanging off of their medal showing the highest level achieved for each discipline.

Sea Scout Marksmanship Program Requirements and Sea Scout Marksmanship Award Order Form 430-934_Fillable

 

 

BSA Aquatics Related

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Venturing / Sea Scout

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 Venturing Bronze Award

There are five different Venturing Bronze awards: Arts and Hobbies, Outdoor, Sea Scouts, Sports, and Religious Life.  All five Bronze awards contain the common elements of experience, learning a skill, and sharing experiences and skills with others. Earning at least one Venturing Bronze Award is required for the Venturing Gold Award. The Venturing Bronze Award is designed as the first tier so you can acquire usable skills that will carry you along the trail to the Venturing Silver Award.

Select this link to the National BSA webpage for more information:  http://www.scouting.org/Venturing/Awards/bronze

- May continue working on them until Dec. 31, 2014.
- Must start working on the new awards beginning on Jan. 1, 2015.

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 Venturing Gold Award

The Venturing Gold Award was developed to recognize the significant accomplishment in a Venturer's/Sea Scouts' life as he or she has proven outstanding performance in a broad spectrum of activities. Earning it will challenge and motivate Venturers over an extended period.

This award provides a favorable image of the program among youth, parents, schools, and the community. It offers challenging and stimulating opportunities for Venturers/Sea Scouts to develop and achieve personal goals in the areas of leadership, character development, and personal fitness.

Select this link to the National BSA webpage for more information: http://www.scouting.org/venturing/awards/gold

- May continue working on them until Dec. 31, 2014.
- Must start working on the new awards beginning on Jan. 1, 2015.

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 Venturing Silver Award

The Venturing Silver Award is available to all Venturing/Sea Scout youth members of the Boy Scouts of America. Its purpose is to provide a pathway for personal development; encourage Venturers/Sea Scouts to learn, grow, and serve; and recognize the high level of achievement of Venturers/Sea Scouts who acquire skills.

Select this link to the National BSA webpage for more information:  http://www.scouting.org/venturing/awards/silver

- May continue working on them until Dec. 31, 2014.
- Must start working on the new awards beginning on Jan. 1, 2015.

 

 Venturing, Discovery, Pathfinder and Summit awards

Venturing Award: The first step in any journey is the courage to begin. At this level, the new crew member makes their commitment to join and move forward into the experience of Venturing.

Discovery Award: The adventure of participating with the crew unfolds, and each Venturer begins to discover his or her interests and talents. As the Discovery Award recipients develop new skills and competencies, their eyes are opened and the world expands for them.

Pathfinder Award: The Venturer’s capabilities and skills expand and with them come increased responsibility for defining their own way forward in life, service to others and formal planning and leadership of the crew toward its goals.

Summit Award: The highest award of Venturing, the Summit Award, goes to those Venturers who have matured in their personal direction, skills, and life competencies, and who have accepted the responsibility to mentor others and serve their communities in a lasting way.

- May begin working on them in May 2014.
- Current Venturers would skip the Venturing Award and begin with working on the Discovery Award (previously known by the temporary title Level II), regardless of whether they’ve earned the Bronze, Gold and/or Silver awards.
- New Venturers would begin with the Venturing Award (previously known by the temporary title Level I).
- All Venturers must begin using the new awards beginning on Jan. 1, 2015.

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 Venturing Ranger Award

The Ranger Award exemplifies a challenging high-level outdoor/high-adventure skills advancement program. Once earned, it will identify a Ranger as a person who is highly skilled at a variety of outdoor sports and interests, trained in outdoor safety, and ready to lead or assist others in activities. Rangers can be a great program asset to Cub Scout packs, Boy Scout troops, and others.

Select this link to the National BSA webpage for more information:  http://www.scouting.org/Venturing/Awards/ranger

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The Quest Award

While working on the Quest Award, Venturers/Sea Scouts will be required to learn more about what makes up a nutritional diet as well as design their own personal exercise plans based upon lifestyle, fitness levels, and desires for a healthy and long life. Hopefully this program will introduce Venturers/Sea Scouts to a sport or sports that they will enjoy the rest of their life. As with many other requirements throughout the Venturing/Sea Scout program, Venturers/Sea Scouts will be required to share what they learn with others. This sharing may be done through various sports clinics and presentations with other groups. In the electives section, Venturers/Sea Scouts will be required to choose at least one sport in which to become proficient.

Select this link to the Naional BSA webpage for more information:  http://www.scouting.org/Venturing/Awards/quest

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 TRUST: Religious & Community Life Award

While working on the TRUST award, Venturers/Sea Scouts will learn more about themselves, their communities, their religion and culture, as well as those of others. As with many other requirements throughout the Venturing Program, Venturers/Sea Scouts will be required to share what they learn with others.

Select this link to the National BSA webpage for more information:  http://www.scouting.org/Venturing/Awards/trust

   

 


Leadership Recognition

Venturing & Sea Scout Leadership Awards (BSA Official) - The Venturing and Sea Scout Leadership Award is presented by councils, areas, regions, and the BSA National Council to Venturers and Sea Scouts who have made exceptional contributions to Venturing and Sea Scouts and who exemplify the Venturing Code, Venturing Oath, and Sea Promise.  

National Youth Leadership Society - The National Youth Leadership Society recognizes youth members of the BSA who have learned and practiced outstanding leadership skills—the elite of our program.  We want these youths, who have worked so hard at learning and leading, to enjoy a form of recognition that other organizations, such as schools, colleges, employers, and the military, can understand and value.  Youths inducted into this National Youth Leadership Society may now receive the recognition they deserve in a more tangible way.

 


 

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