Kodiak Leadership Course
June 15 - 21, 2013 at latimer Reservation
Leadership and service to others are two key elements of the Scouting Program. Combine these two elements and you get the concept of “the servant leader.” Servant leadership as a philosophy teaches that the leader works with and through a team to accomplish the mission. Rather than just talking about leadership, the Kodiak Challenge teaches useable, relevant leadership skills that every youth can use. This is achieved through a six day trek-oriented course providing five leadership skills: Effective Teams, Values/Vision, Communications, Decision Making, and Planning.
Who can attend?
This course is Coed, open to all youth (male and female) who are registered members of a Boy Scouts of America and will be between the ages 13-20 years old by the start of the course.
Cost: The course fee for the 2013 Kodiak Challenge course is $195, which covers all instructional materials and food for the week long course. In addition, each participant will receive a course T-shirt and hat. The fee also includes the Kodiak completion award which is presented at the end of the course. A fee deposit of $95.00 is due with the course application, and the balance of the course fee is due by May 30, 2013.
What if I need more information?
You may contact the Course Director, Sam Warf at email@example.com or In addition, you can call the Kodiak Staff Advisor, Amanda Oldham at (615) 383-9724x254, firstname.lastname@example.org
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