A PROFESSION WITH A PURPOSE.
Have fun and make a difference! Since 1910, the Boy Scouts of America (BSA) has helped change lives and build future leaders by combining educational and outdoor adventure with lifelong values and fun. 4,000+ people volunteer their time to work with Scouting right here in Western Pennsylvania, Western Maryland, and portions of West Virginia. Only a few lucky ones get to actually have it as a career.
TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT = SUCCESS.
We know that in order for people to grow and be productive, they need opportunities to learn. The fact that more than 75% of BSA’s professionals receive training each year is a testimony to our commitment to you. The BSA fosters an environment of continuous learning to nurture collective creativity; which benefits both professionals and the organization. We share knowledge, ideas and experience, creating a workforce that is involved in decision making and an inclusive work environment that ensures the success of Scouting in our community.
FUN WITH A PURPOSE.
Does this sound like work? Share a meal with a community leader, learn from a business executive, visit a volunteer at camp, or go to an elementary school to talk with kids about becoming Scouts. Whatever your day looks like, we can guarantee it will include a lot of fun! If you are driven by hard work and rewarded by having fun and making a difference, becoming a Scout professional might be for you!
An EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER.
The Laurel Highlands Council is an equal opportunity employer. In keeping with the policies of the Boy Scouts of America, the rules for acceptance and participation in the camp program are the same for everyone without regard to race, creed, color, national origin, sexual orientation, or disability.
The Laurel Highlands Council, Boy Scouts of America fosters a culture of diversity and inclusion that makes it enriching to participatie, volunteer, and work in the Scouting program.
We invite all people to get involved in Scouting, mindful of the importance of race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, age, gender identity, socioeconomic status, religion, physical ability, and political belief.
We are committed to creating a positive, safe, and welcoming environment for all, valuing diverse backgrounds, perspectives, and experiences that will grow and strengthen our movement and continue to make us a valued contributor to the communities we serve.
The Boy Scouts of America is an alcohol, tobacco, and drug free program.