A campership (camp scholarship) fund has been established for members of the Pacific Skyline Council, BSA, who, due to their individual circumstances, may need financial assistance to attend camping programs of the Pacific Skyline Council, including the following programs.


  • Cub Scout Day Camp
  • Cub-ON
  • Cub Parent Weekend
  • Home Repairs Camp

Additionally, there are campership programs specific to the following programs that have their own application. If you are intending to apply for a campership for one of these programs, please use the link below.

To apply for a campership, your application must be received by the Pacific Skyline Council Camping Committee no less than 2-weeks prior to the start of the desired program.

The amount of the campership granted will vary based on the program registered for, financial need as expressed, and funding available. Campership awards may be up to 50% of the camp fee charged by the Pacific Skyline Council. This does not include any additional fees that the Scout's unit may charge to cover costs such as transportation and other incidentals.

The council offers opportunities for Scouts to fundraise to help pay for programs, such as the annual popcorn sale. Additionally, individuals that need further assistance should be informed that other possible funding sources may include their BSA Unit, civic organizations, religious institutions, and etc.

All campership applications are reviewed and acted upon by the Pacific Skyline Council Camping Committee.