College of Commissioner Science

The College of Commissioner Science is an annual training event focused on developing the skills useful to a unit, roundtable, or administrative commissioner. The college provides of up to date information on the newest programs and materials, helps commissioners stay current in the techniques and application of commissioner service, and allows the discussion of issues and needs with other commissioners. Since many of those same skills are important to unit leaders, the college is not only for commissioners but is open to all scouters.

The college is modeled after the academic system and consists of a Bachelor, masters and doctoral degrees. The courses provided have been developed nationally by volunteers with years of experience and are focused on specific issues and needs of the commissioner.

All Commissioners should attend this training to improve their ability to serve their units.

 

Next College of Commissioner Science

The next college will be held on Saturday, April 13, 2019 at Our Savior Lutheran Church in East Grand Forks. Registration will be open in the near future.

NEW!

College of Commissioner Science Thesis Library

Duane Betteen - Webelos Transition Program: Does it Work?

Kenneth Buatala - The Life Saving Commissioner's Role in a Unit with no Leader

Ronald Elliot - Communication Between Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts and Venturing

Sylvia Medd - Everybody Deserves a Trained Leader

Robin Shober - Where have all the young men gone? Or why do they leave Scouting?

Richard Smith - Troop Initiated and Pack Initiated Strategies for Den Chief Placement

Tim Tello - New Methods of Recruiting Commissioners

Terry Tilton - Religious Emblems Discussion

Brenda Wolf - Journey to Excellence: Who is and isn't using it and why?


Additional Information

Course Catalog (coming soon)

Degree Requirements (coming soon)

College Administration (coming soon)

Commissioner's Key

National Courses

Arrowhead Honor

Doctorate Knot Requirements

List of Scouter's and Degrees Earned

Privacy Policy

Terms of Use

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