National Youth Leadership Training
Through a challenging and fun program, Scouts and Venturers learn leadership tools and skills and apply them within the Scouting context throughout the week, so that they can in turn carry those forward into their troop/crew and other aspects of life such as school, family, church, and future profession. Our Northeast Georgia Council NYLT program has become very successful, and past years’ courses have filled completely by early April. We expect a strong interest in NYLT every year. Last year 100% of participants in each course agreed that they would recommend the course to other Scouts!
This six-day-long NYLT course is for mature Scouts and Venturers at least First Class in rank and 13 years old, who want to become great leaders. Potential participants must be approved by their Scoutmaster/Venturing Advisor, and be in a leadership position or have the potential to do so, in their home troop or crew.
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July 27th – August 1st, 2015 Click here to register
May 30 – June 4, 2016 at Scoutland
June 6-11, 2016 at Scoutland
July 25-30, 2016 at Camp Rainey Mountain
If you are an NYLT graduate and would like to pass on your knowledge as a staff member for one of the 2015 courses, click her for a staff application.
The National Youth Leadership Training Program (NYLT) is Boy Scouting’s premiere youth leadership development program. NYLT is an intensive, fun, hands-on, and challenging week-long program that combines outdoor adventure and classroom instruction to provide Scouts with experiences and tools for becoming great leaders.
National Youth Leadership Training is special. It’s not a week of summer camp; it is not free time; it is not an opportunity to earn merit badges; and it is definitely not a vacation! It will challenge and reward you. Are you ready for a challenge?
NYLT assumes that all those attending have mastered basic camping skills. All participants should be familiar with the outdoor camping skills expected of a First Class Scout, including outdoor cooking, knot tying/lashing, and campsite set-up. So what to bring? What not to bring?