What to expect when you become a Scout Network member

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As soon as you turn 18 you can become a Scout Network member. Here’s the low-down of what you can expect... 

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OK, first things first, it’s simple, so no fuss filling in your details!

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You’ll have access to some amazing projects, like the World Scout Moot and Amazon 2020.

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You’ll be invited to loads of events like hiking expeditions and bonfires.

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Get your bags packed- you could even go on a three-week trek expedition in Canada

 

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…or join a team of six going on an Explorer Belt expedition to Peru this July.

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There are already Network members attending the Asia Pacific Jamboree in Mongolia-so many adventures to be had!!

 

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You could work towards your Gold DofE Award, Virtual Nights Away badge or Scouts of the World Award….

 

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…or change lives by leading an A Million Hands community project

 

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…which will make your CV look even better than it does now!

 

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You’ll meet people from all over the UK and possibly all over the world depending on what projects you get involved in.

 

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Yes, you can still volunteer and be a leader- you just get Scout Network perks too.

 

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But there’s no pressure to do anything, you’ll have the freedom of choice. 

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Oh and it’s free. So no Scouting fees- meaning more spends for that trip to Canada!

 

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