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Wood Badge

Building Bridges of Leadership

Take your Scouting Experience to the Next Level


April 26-28 and May 4-5, 2024

Participants must attend both sessions to complete the training.

Next-Level Leadership

Reflecting the best of nearly a century of Scouting experience, Wood Badge draws upon the most current leadership models used by corporate America, academic circles and successful organizations throughout the country. 

Wood Badge training was begun by Baden Powell in 1919 as a way to insure that the leaders of Scout troops were properly trained. Since then Wood Badge has been held worldwide, providing advanced leadership training to thousands of Scout leaders. 

Wood Badge builds upon the best traditions and experiences of the Boy Scouts of America and also draws from a wide range of courses within and beyond the bounds of Scouting to present the latest in leadership theory and team development.

Key Contacts

Jennifer Ramirez
Program Executive

Carrie Hutchcraft
Program Assistant

Wood Badge 2024

 April 26-28th and May 4-5th

Butte Creek Scout Ranch

Registration information

$315.00 (includes course materials, nametag, and a course t-shirt and hat, ). $100 nonrefundable deposit due at the time of registration.
Payment in full due by March 30, 2024.

Nonrefundable after March 30, 2024. If a refund is approved prior to March 30, 2024, it will be less the $100 nonrefundable deposit. 

Butte Creek Scout Ranch
13462 S Butte Creek Rd.
Scotts Mills, OR 97375

To attend Wood Badge, individuals must:
1. Be registered members of the Boy Scouts of America. (Youth 18 and older may attend as long as the appropriate Youth Protection guidelines are followed. They do not need to be registered in an adult leadership role.)
2. Have completed the basic training courses for their Scouting position.
3. Be capable of functioning safely in an outdoor environment. All participants are required to complete the Annual Health and Medical Record form.

Impact for Generations.
Prepared for Life.

This is more than a motto. It is a manifesto. It is our promise to the community and to every parent and child who Scouts with us. By Scouting in the Cascade Pacific Council (CPC) of the Boy Scouts of America, every youth can learn to make an impact on the world around them and be more prepared for career and life.

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