That is what COPE stands for and the SNJC COPE Committee wants to offer each Top Leader and chance to come out for a full fun day of COPE at Roosevelt Scout Reservation on Saturday November 3rd from 9 am to 5pm. This is a great opportunity to see how these valuable resources of Scouts, Scouters, and facilities can be used for your unit’s leadership development.
Project COPE is a program of the Camping Division of the BSA. Each COPE course is run locally by the area BSA Council, under the rules and regulations set by National BSA. Councils which operate a COPE course must designate a COPE Director to supervise the administration, safety and operation of the program. Each COPE director must be certified by National by successfully completing the approved training for this position.
The COPE Program in Southern New Jersey is run at the Roosevelt Scout Reservation. COPE events can be customized for your group. Events can run a full day or half day.
Who can come? Any two registered adult leader that want two from each of the Council’s Packs, Troops, Crews, and Posts. How much does it cost? $5 for the lunch. Why should you do this? To get to understand what resource this could be in building the strength of your Pack’s Adult Committee, to provide bonding and leadership lessons to your PLC and other Troop youth leaders, to have some fun with those youth in the Venturing Crew and so much more.
You will need a copy of the Class A & B medical.