exploringlogoExploring is a unique career exploration program for young men and women ages 14-20. It provides students with an opportunity to learn about a wide variety of career fields and network with professionals already working in those fields. You get hands-on experience to determine whether or not a particular career field is right for you. You develop valuable networking contacts with professionals working in your selected career fields, and you get to know other teenagers and young adults sharing your same interests and aspirations. Exploring can be the first step in identifying career possibilities while having fun in an exciting and informal environment.
venturinglogoVenturing is a year-round program for young men and women who are 14 (or 13 years of age and have completed the eighth grade) through 21 years of age to provide positive experiences through exciting and meaningful youth-run activities that help them pursue their special interests, grow by teaching others, and develop leadership skills.
seascoutinglogoSea Scouting is adventure on sea and land for you. Sea Scouting is a co-education program offered to young adults between the ages of 13 - 21. It's a chance to learn and have fun at the same time.
highadventureNestled deep in the Northeast Georgia Mountains, among miles of Hiking Trails, Whitewater rivers abundant, we have several High Adventure programs available. We offer the perfect opportunity for you to experience the ultimate in excitement. In the summer we offer week-long programs, weekend programs are available for the remainder of the year.
 
OAlogoOrder of the Arrow (OA) is the national honor society of the Boy Scouts of America (BSA). It uses American Indian-styled traditions and ceremonies to bestow recognition on scouts selected by their peers as best exemplifying the ideals of Scouting. The society was created by E. Urner Goodman, with the assistance of Carroll A. Edson, in 1915 as a means of reinforcing the Scout Oath and the Scout Law. The goal was to establish these as lifelong guidelines, and to encourage continued participation in Scouting and camping. Influenced in part by camp traditions, and Indian folklore, the OA uses "safeguarded" symbols, handshakes, and ceremonies to impart a sense of community. 
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