Being involved in athletics is a way to have fun and one of the best ways for a person to maintain a healthy and strong body, living up to the promise each Scout makes “to keep myself physically strong.” Learn More
Scouts who earn the Citizenship in the World merit badge will discover that they are already citizens of the world and that success as a world citizen depends on one’s willingness to understand and appreciate the values, traditions, and concerns of people in other countries.
Successfully completing this merit badge is one of the requirements to earn the rank of Eagle Scout.
Spanish-language print version (SKU 619136 MBP 4C Citizenship in the World SP), Digital Download version (SKU 621042 DDL MBP Citizenship in the World), and Interactive Digital Download version (SKU 622498 IDDL MBP Citiznship in the World) also available.
The Boy Scouts of America collaborated with the American Welding Society (AWS), BSA Health and Safety Committee, and OSHA members to create this latest choice in the merit badge series.
This merit badge provides Scouts with hands-on opportunities to learn how to join metals using welding techniques, offering Scouts a fun way to explore skills that can grow into a hobby or career. Skills acquired may even be helpful for making or repairing items for their troop.
And considering the consistent need for skilled welders in construction, manufacturing, and other industries, these skills have valuable, real-world applications. Learn More
Water sports are a fun and exhilarating way to enjoy being outdoors while developing strength, coordination, and fitness. By using this pamphlet to earn the Water Sports Merit Badge, Scouts develop experience with water sports and practicing good judgment, gaining skills that will serve them well for a lifetime and they’ll have some extreme fun while doing it! Learn More