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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Why You Should Take the Scouting Alumni and Friends Online Training

June 14, 2018 7:54 pm Published by

The National Scouting Alumni and Friends committee has launched a new online training for Scout executives, council Scouting Alumni and Friends committee chairs, committee members, and anyone interesting in learning more about Scouting Alumni and Friends. Working with

Jack Link’s Is “The Official Protein Snack of the Boy Scouts of America”

June 12, 2018 9:11 pm Published by

The Boy Scouts of America and Jack Link’s® have teamed up for an exclusive multi-year partnership, making Jack Link’s “The Official Protein Snack of the Boy Scouts of America.”  Boy Scouts of America & Jack Links: A Natural Partnership

How This Asst. Scoutmaster Merges Tech, Theatre, and His Time for Scouting

June 12, 2018 2:47 pm Published by

We understand what it takes to be a volunteer – the tireless commitment, selflessness, dedication, strength, knowledge, and the list goes on. Those are qualities that exemplify the men and women in Scouting, and we appreciate their efforts

Why This Scout Is Rebuilding a Local Fisheries Dock for His Eagle Project

June 11, 2018 6:44 pm Published by

Though completing an Eagle Scout project is a necessary requirement to ascend to the Eagle rank, many Scouts forge a personal connection with their service projects and hope that it will mean as much to others as it

This Scout Is Installing a Wheelchair Swing to Help Others with Disabilities

June 11, 2018 3:39 pm Published by

Johnathan M., 16, of the Michigan Crossroads Council understands that children who rely on wheelchairs may have a more challenging time at the park during playtime – but that doesn’t mean they shouldn’t have access to the same fun

Eagle Scout Saves a Life While on Vacation with Family in Hawaii

June 5, 2018 6:20 pm Published by

An Eagle Scout might be on vacation, but his desire to help others in need never takes a break. Joseph M. of the Grand Columbia Council was on vacation with his family in Maui when he spotted a

Daughter Dons Her Dad’s Cub Scout Shirt as She Joins the Pack

June 4, 2018 1:41 pm Published by

“She’s excited about wearing [her father’s] Cub Scout shirt,” said grandfather Dan O’Brian, Scout Executive of the Abraham Lincoln Council, to WAND 17. For Natasha, wearing the Cub Scout shirt is more than just donning a new uniform

This Young Lady Is Ready to Take on the Challenges that Cub Scouting Has to Offer

May 31, 2018 8:31 pm Published by

Kennedy Clutter isn’t afraid of a challenge. In fact, she’s the first in line when it comes to taking on activities she’s never experienced before. Kennedy was the first girl to join her local Mecklenburg County Council Cub

Asst. Scoutmaster and Former Burmese Refugee Explains How Scouting Changed His Life

May 15, 2018 8:09 pm Published by

TC is the first Eagle Scout from Burma in the last 60 years – but it wasn’t long ago that he says he was in jeopardy of potentially joining a gang. Now an assistant Scoutmaster, the Eagle says

Eagle Project Welcomes Captain America and Other Superheroes to Children’s Shelter

May 14, 2018 1:02 pm Published by

How would your child feel about having the opportunity to spend the afternoon with Captain America and all of the Avengers or Superman and the whole Justice League? Pretty ecstatic, most likely. Kids admire superheroes and what they