Registration for the 2018 NCAC College of Commissioner Science, to be held Saturday, March 10, 2018, is now open. Please visit the event page for details.
Advance registration closes on March 5, 2018.
Special Guest/Keynote Speaker:
National Commissioner Support Services Training Chair
Special Guest/Morning Speaker:
NE Region Commissioner Dr. Ken King
National Commissioner Support Services Communications Chair
Area 6 Commissioner Ed Yarbrough
This year everyone – not just Commissioners – is invited to attend the 2018 NCAC College of Commissioner Science!
Our 2018 NCAC Commissioners College will be held March 10, 2018, at the Kensington LDS Church, 9900 Stoneybrook Drive, Kensington, MD 20895. Don’t miss this opportunity to come hear a special message from Chief Scout Executive Michael Surbaugh, and to meet and chat with special guests. Be among the first to learn CCS curriculum updates featuring the FIVE FOCUS AREAS of commissioner service. In addition to new and updated classes in the traditional Bachelors, Masters, and Doctoral Tracks, we will have a Roundtable Track and a Continuing Education Track (including open forum/networking opportunities) covering important Scouting topics beyond the usual commissioner service curriculum. And returning this year, we will be offering the complete Commissioner Basic Training class. There will be something of interest and value to everyone! We continue to make a special effort to link commissioner service to unit and district success. We are inviting everyone from all across Scouting to attend to include chartered organizations and Scouters serving in membership, program, finance, marketing, and the Order of the Arrow to discuss the support and relationships among the chartered organizations, Order of the Arrow, units, commissioners and districts. This will be a great time for all non-commissioners to come meet our new Council Commissioner Rick Rogers and his commissioners, and to learn more about the FIVE FOCUS AREAS of commissioner service.
All the above, along with great speakers and great fellowship with dedicated Scouters, will make for a day to be remembered. Early Bird Registration fee is $45 (until February 28), includes keynote luncheon, event patch, course materials, and certificate. Breakfast with Special Guests will be available at an extra charge of $10. Sign up today!