The Korea Scout Association (KSA) will host the 25th World Scout Jamboree in 2023. Image used under Creative Commons licensing from World Scouting.

Contingent Training Now Open!

The USA Contingent Management Team is pleased to share its official training for contingent members. The training is available on our Training Page and on YouTube as separate videos and in a playlist.

All USA Contingent members (youth participants, unit leaders, IST and CMT) are expected to view the training prior to arrival to the World Scout Jamboree.

There are 9 videos total, including a brief introduction and 7 checkpoint videos. Please note that checkpoint 4 is available as two separate videos depending on whether you’re an adult or youth member.

The purpose of this training is to ensure that each participant and staff member from the USA is well prepared for the unique experience of a World Scout Jamboree. From encounters with various cultures, to what is expected of the USA contingent, you will find most of the answers here. Any questions on the training should be directed to the Unit Leader and CMT Commissioner Team. The training is brief and should take less than 30 minutes in all.

Thank you for taking the opportunity to “Be Prepared”!

Yours in Scouting,

USA Contingent Management Team

The post was originally posted on January 4, 2019 by

Ben Beese

US Contingent Webmaster

The post was originally posted on January 4, 2019 by

Ben Beese

US Contingent Webmaster

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