Follow Your Compass
Knowledge and community engagement are at the core of our program. We invest heavily in supporting the development of youth, teaching them about the outdoor's and life skills they will use moving into adulthood. Discover more about our innovative programs below.
Ranger Scouts make a difference!
Through our Community Development, we have the potential to make a real and positive change in the community. The fundamentals of scouting are not just camping or earning awards, it is a way to better ourselves through knowledge and service to others with in our communities. This is one of our key areas of focus here at Ranger Scouts Corp of America, and a source of much success for our Non-Profit Youth Organization. Get in touch with us today and see how you can lend a helping hand with this program.
Young Men and Women Ages 10-18
Most of our efforts pertaining to this program involve preparing young adults to take their first, second and third steps into the world through knowledge, practice and by doing. Ranger Scouts also focuses on the outdoors with skills that will allow them to navigate their way in the outdoors whether it is Camping, Hiking, Land Navigation or simply knowing what is safe to eat. Ranger scouts will learn about the environment, our affects through pollution and how we can make changes to restore and to protect.
RANGER SCOUTS COST
Registration and unit fee's
Registration with the RSCA for both youth and adults is set at $35 dollars a year, This covers insurance, background checks and the initial registration. Each unit has its own individual cost that they can charge each year to cover expenses for their program, these unit fee's may or may not cover any or all "events" that will take place. Remember if a unit charges $115 dollars as a unit fee that breaks down to $9.58 per month for supplies for your scout. Volunteers are not employees and as such do not receive money from the RSCA, and the RSCA does not pay program fees to units this is how we keep cost low for those who are members or wish to join.
PROTECTING YOUTH TODAY, TOMORROW AND ALWAYS!
The Ranger Scouts Corp of America has made the commitment to families to protect their children from those who would do them harm or try to exploit them for any reason.
These acts are UNFORGIVABLE, UNACCEPTABLE AND NO ORGANIZATION SHOULD EVER TRY TO COVER UP OR HIDE ANYTHING OF THIS NATURE.
The RSCA has put into place policies to protect youth at all times. Every adult volunteer will undergo multiple background checks throughout their tenure with the RSCA, one of the background checks will always be through the "National Sex Offender" Database provided by the U.S. Department of Justice. "nsopw.gov" Every adult volunteer will need to pass the background check then be interviewed and references checked before they are allowed membership. There are policies and procedures for parents involved with RSCA that must be strictly adhered to for the safety of our youth. If at anytime someone adult or youth is accused of or violates the rules of youth safety that person(s) will be immediately removed from any contact with youth and proper actions taken.
THE RSCA HAS ZERO TOLERANCE FOR THOSE THAT VIOLATE YOUTH SAFETY AND WILL ASSIST THE AUTHORITIES IN ANY AND ALL POSSIBLE WAYS FOR PROSECUTION TO THE FULLEST EXTENT OF THE LAW.
YOUTH SAFETY ALWAYS FIRST
Through your membership fee you are covered under our medical insurance policy as follows:
Supervised activities (excluding snow skiing and league sports) sponsored and/or endorsed by the RSCA and direct travel to and from such activities.
This is a "Primary Insurance" what that means is if the covered person has an injury and needs medical attention this plan pays first, depending on the situation and nature of the accident you may be asked to use your insurance as a secondary for anything not covered by this plan, those occurrences would be under extreme situations only.