World ScoutingInternational Scouting Opportunities in the CPC
International Scouting is open to all generations of Scouts and adult leaders.
Scouts from all part of the world are ambassadors of good will, making friends, breaking down barriers of color, of creed, and of class. That surely is a great Crusade. I advice you to do your best in that work, for soon you will be a man, and if quarrels should arise between any nations it is upon you that the burden of responsibility will fall. (Scouting For Boys, Chapter 9 The World Brotherhood of Scouting)
How can you participate in International Scouting?
Join us at the World Scout Jamboree, Moot or other regional events.
BSA International Scouting programs include:
Awards and recognition such as Messenger of Peace and Citizenship in the World
Welcome, CPC International Scouting page!
This page is a door to the International Scouting programs from CPC to the world.
International Scouting has been a key pillar of Scouting since the beginning. All generations of Scouts and Scouters have opportunities to join the program and support the International Scouting programs.
World Scouting Programs
World Scouting Tools
- International Spirit Award
- International Scouter’s Award
- Interpreter strip
- World Conservation Award
World Scouting Symbols and Patches
The World Crest is a Scout emblem that has been worn by an estimated 250 million Scouts since the Scouting movement was founded in 1907 by Lord Baden-Powell at the experimental camp on Brownsea Island in the UK. During this camp, he issued the first from of the World Crest, a copper fleur-de-lis badge, to all participants. It is still worn by 54 million Scouts in 216 countries and territories and is one of the world’s best-known symbols.
The World Conservation Award provides an opportunity for individual Wolf Scouts, Bear Scouts, Webelos Scouts, Boy Scouts, Varsity Scouts, and Venturers to “think globally” and “act locally” to preserve and improve our environment. This program is designed to make youth members aware that all nations are closely related through natural resources , and that we and our world environment are interdependent.
Started in September 2011, Messengers of Peace is a global initiative designed to inspire millions of young men and women in more than 220 countries and territories to work toward peace. Using social media and other Scouting networks the initiative lets Scouts from around the world share what they’ve done and inspire fellow Scouts to undertake similar efforts in their own communities. The initiative is inspired by the World Scout Committee, administered by the World Scout Bureau, and driven by youth volunteers worldwide.