Girls and boys 5 to 7 years of age. Meetings are usually one hour long once a week throughout the school year. Learning about our world, experiencing new activities and outdoor adventures.
Girls and boys 8 to 10 years of age. Often meetings are 1 1/2 hours, once a week. Outdoor skills, badge work and camping are all part of the experience.
Girls and boys 11 to 14 years of age (with option to remain until age 16). Meeting once a week through the year youth begin to plan and lead their own program. Outdoor permits and badges can be earned, outdoor challenges, camping and life skills can all be part of the program.
Young men and women 14 to 17 years of age. These youth are planning and participating in their own scouting goals. Growth as leaders and opportunities to challange themselves are available.
Men and women 18 to 26 years of age. Opportunities in teaching, leading and experiencing new challenges are available through their outdoor activities and community involvement.
Girls and boys 5 - 10 years of age. This is a flexible 12 week program which can be run as an after school program or evening meetings. It can be run any time of the year and still follows many of the traditional Scouting activities.
Young men and women 14 - 17 years of age. Following the interests of the youth the program is usually project specific and for a specific length of time. Skills may be aquired to complete a specific challenge within their own community, outdoor environment or even another country.