Boy Scout activities

Pledge to perform daily acts of service in #DareToDo campaign

Join Arrowmen in the Order of the Arrow’s #DareToDo campaign, which encourages Scouts and leaders to perform daily acts of service and share on social media platforms.

Hornaday Award
Advancement & Awards

Hornaday conservation award turns 100

This year, Scouting marks the 100th anniversary of the Hornaday Awards, which might be the most demanding and selective awards attainable by Scouts.

Chesapeake Bay Troop 99 Construction
Boy Scout activities

Learn how one troop strikes a balance between service work and fun

Troop 99 explores the Chesapeake Bay — which includes fishing, maritime history, beach combing and more. Not to mention their rebuilding efforts to leave the Chesapeake better than they found it.

What I've Learned Bill Chin Order of the Arrow
Boy Scout Leadership

Scouter Bill Chin shares how cheerful service pays off

Bill Chin, an Eagle Scout and Vigil Honor Member of the Order of the Arrow, shares how the OA’s “cheerful service” serves Scouts long after their youth.

Boy Scouts

Help fight malaria with Nothing But Nets

Now’s your chance to make a difference in the battle against malaria, an insidious disease that kills nearly a million people a year—most of them children under the age of 5. As we approach World

Boy Scouts

From the Chief: Together, for peace

The Chief Scout Executive shares his thoughts on World Scouting’s Messengers of Peace initiative.

Boy Scout activities

SummitCorps builds a trail to the future

Breaking rocks. Raking roots. Digging dirt. All in a day’s work for Order of the Arrow volunteers during last summer’s trail-building program for the National Park Service. But what they really built was something much bigger.

Boy Scouts

As Good As It Gets

More than 1,000 Arrowmen gathered in Wyoming for brotherhood, great adventures, and one giant-size good turn at ArrowCorps5, the largest service project in U.S. Forest Service history.