Hayley Cordaro

Hayley Cordaro is a member of the Communications team at Boy Scouts of America. She loves sharing inspiring success stories and uncovering new ways volunteers and employees can make the most of their Scouting experience. If you have story ideas or questions, reach out to us at communications@scouting.org.

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What You Need to Know for the Scout Me In Influencer Campaign

October 3, 2018 1:56 pm Published by

The Scout Me In Influencer campaign is in full swing, and the National Service Center is excited to see how councils across the country are building and strengthening relationships with influencers across the country! To help you rev

How Councils Can Take Action with the New “Scout Me In” Influencer Campaign and Video Series

August 30, 2018 4:45 pm Published by

Millions count themselves among the many Scouting alumni and millions more support Scouting in their communities – pledging their support through volunteer leadership, financial support and advocacy for America’s premiere character- and leadership-development program. Now, as Scouting prepares

Exploring Survey Shows Big Shift in Jobs Students Actually Want

August 22, 2018 3:08 pm Published by

Today, Exploring released nationwide survey results revealing that student interests are shifting from entertainment to high-demand STEM opportunities, offering insight into the aspirations of the future workforce and potential solutions to current gaps in education opportunities. Exploring’s Career Interest

Ducks Unlimited Teams Up with BSA to Educate Scouts on Waterfowl and Wetlands Conservation

August 17, 2018 5:00 pm Published by

Boy Scouts of America is joining forces with Ducks Unlimited at the Summit Bechtel Reserve’s Joe Crafton Sportsman’s Complex to help educate Scouts about the importance of waterfowl and wetlands conservation. Ducks Unlimited is now the official conservation sponsor

How Scouting Helped This Young Man Push Beyond Adversity and Achieve Eagle Scout

August 17, 2018 4:01 pm Published by

With activities like camping in the wilderness, learning new skills through merit badges and service projects that help the community, Scouting is known to provide challenging opportunities that help develop youth into the leaders of tomorrow. For some

This Cubmaster Says Including Girls Is “one of the best things that I’ve ever seen happen”

August 10, 2018 8:47 pm Published by

When Cubmaster Tony Kircher heard that the Boy Scouts of America would welcome girls to the Cub Scout program, he and his pack, Pack 229, were so elated that they were among the first packs to join as

This Cub Scout Hopes to Be the First Female Eagle Scout in Montana

July 18, 2018 7:57 pm Published by

Story by Lido Vizzutti of the Montana Council Arya J., 8, wants to be one of the first females in the state of Montana to reach Eagle Scout. When asked what earning Eagle Scout would mean to her, she

What Earning Wood Badge Means to This Cubmaster

July 11, 2018 3:01 pm Published by

Scouting Wire would like to thank Krista Schubert of River Cities Gazette for writing and submitting this story. Cubmaster Fabian Perez-Crespo of Pack 425, the Miami Springs Boy Scouts of America pack, was recognized as a Wood Badge

Registration Now Open for Top Hands

July 3, 2018 4:58 pm Published by

Take a step now to get ready for the upcoming 2018 Top Hands Conference scheduled for August 29-31 at the Washington Hilton in Washington, D.C. And, don’t forget to plan to bring your senior council staff leaders as time and

Meet the Girl Making History, Inspiring Others as One of the First Latinas to Join Cub Scouts

June 29, 2018 8:00 pm Published by

It’s monumental enough being one of the first girls to join Cub Scouts as part of the BSA’s early adopter program – but Ana G. is also one of the first Latina girls to join the program, and