Alumni Award

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The BSA Alumni Award is presented to recognize an alumnus who has helped other alumni to reconnect with the program.

Alumni Award


Created:2010
Level:Adult Scouters

Contents


Alumni Award requirements


Source: Alumni Award Requirements Adobe Acrobat PDF (2018) — ScoutingAlumni.org

I. Memories

(Complete any two of the four requirements in this section.)
  1. Participate in a Scouting Alumni & Friends, affinity group[1] or unit/council reunion or event.
  2. Assist in planning, organizing and implementation of an alumni activity with your Scouting Alumni & Friends committee or alumni affinity group.
  3. Create and distribute communication approved by your council designed to identify and engage alumni.
  4. Distribute Scouting Alumni & Friends marketing materials at a public event (I.e., state or county fair, Scout-O-Rama, etc.) to alumni and learn about their Scouting experiences.

II. Marketing

(Complete any two of the four requirements in this section.)
  1. Use activity photographs to promote Scouting Alumni & Friends or an alumni affinity group.
  2. Make two presentations to non-Scout groups promoting the BSA and volunteerism.
  3. Write a minimum of two paragraphs about how Scouting has impacted your life. Share your "Scouting story" on a Scouting social media site (unit, council, national), community blog, or letter to the editor. (Facebook http://www.facebook.com/scoutingalumnifriends Twitter https://twitter.com/BSAalumni )
  4. Present Alumni Service Commemoration(s) for 25, 50 or 75 years to three qualified alumni.

III. Mentoring

(Complete any three of the five requirements in this section including a training requirement.)
  1. Give a tour of the Scouting Alumni & Friends website to a gathering of alumni
  2. Assist three alumni in updating their profile www.scoutingalumni.org including alumni affinity memberships, when applicable.
  3. Complete the online training series for alumni in the BSA Learning Center at https://my.scouting.org
  4. Attend an Scouting Alumni & Friends seminar in your council, area or region.
  5. Attend a Scouting Alumni & Friends course at the Philmont Training Center, the Summit Bechtel Reserve or other national BSA training facility.

IV. Membership

(Complete any three of the six requirements in this section.)
  1. Facilitate registration of at least two alumni as members of the BSA.
  2. Assist two alumni to register as members of Scouting Alumni & Friends at any level.
  3. Assist formation of a council, area or regional Scouting Alumni & Friends or alumni affinity group committee.
  4. Serve on a Scouting Alumni & Friends or alumni affinity committee for at least two years.
  5. Be or become registered as a member of an alumni affinity group.
  6. Assist two alumni to register online to become members of an alumni affinity group.

V. Manpower

(Complete any two of the three requirements in this section. The same alumni may not be used to complete more than one requirement in this section.)
  1. Arrange for at least two unregistered alumni to attend a Scout activity.
  2. Contact at least five adult alumni not currently registered with the BSA, engage them in a serious discussion about the Scouting program.
  3. Meet with a local charter partner or Scouting unit and discuss ways to recruit alumni and how that could benefit both organizations.

VI. Money

(Complete one of the two requirements in this section.)
  1. Encourage two unregistered alumni to make a Friends of Scouting donation.
  2. Encourage at least two registered alumni to make a meaningful (based on the donor’s ability to give) financial donation to Scouting over and above regular dues and contributions, i.e., any gift that aids Scouting.
Footnotes
  1. Alumni affinity groups include NESA, OA, high-adventure base alumni, Sea Scout alumni, American Wood Badge Alumni, Silver Beaver alumni, local camp and unit alumni and other similar BSA alumni groups.

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Application process

All applicants must be currently registered adult Scouters of the Boy Scouts of America.

To apply for the Alumni Award, complete the Application for the Alumni Knot Award, based on the requirements above, and submit the application to the National Alumni Task Force for approval. (Applicants must receive the approval of their local council's Alumni Relations committee chairperson and their council Scout Executive prior to being forwarded to the National Alumni Task Force.)

Award

The Award will consist of a certificate and square knot (shown above). The knot emblems are restricted items, under the control of the [National Council] Alumni Relations office, and cannot be directly ordered/purchased through the ScoutStuff™ website or at local Scout Shops™.

Resources

Scout Alumni: http://www.scouting.org/alumni.aspx

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