#ScoutMeIn #BeaScout #BeASeaScout Completely unscripted, Boatswain Michalea Oakes of Sea Scout Ship 26 of the Boy Scouts of America, Alamo Area Council (BSA) shares her passion about being a Scout.
Lessons from a ‘former’ Sea Scout who still think and write as Sea Scout. Once a Sea Scout, always a Sea Scout. ==> “Thanks to Mariners, I went on to sail in college, and I had the opportunity to develop many of the qualities and interests which led me to become a journalist. The women I met in the program became politicians, offshore wind engineers and Coast Guard officers. Their experience serving in leadership positions and advancing in the ranks of the Sea Scouts helped them get there.”
Sea Scouts – 1941 Social Guidance / Educational Documentary
A light-hearted look at the history of the Sea Scouts and the many skills its members can acquire.
‘The Sea Scouts carry on Britain’s seafaring tradition, and Captain Scott’s famous command ‘DISCOVERY’ is their training ship. In addition to Scout Law, they learn wireless telegraphy, navigation, swimming and life-saving, and the meaning of discipline, team work, resourcefulness. They thus become good scouts, good seamen and good citizens.’
(Films of Britain – British Council Film Department Catalogue – 1941)
This film has been made available for non-commercial research and educational purposes courtesy the British Council Film Collection. http://film.britishcouncil.org/britis… .
How do you make your program special?: Flotsam Flotilla | #SeaScoutsBlog
How do you have an event that not only makes Sea Scouting more exciting but also gains a greater creativity and sense of competition for scouts? The Sea Scouts in Texas have figured out a way. Every year, there is an annual competition for ships in Texas called Minto Rendezvous and one of the competition events is called Flotsam Flotilla.