Learn How to Better Manage Your Unit BeAScout.org Information

Learn How to Better Manage Your Unit BeAScout.org Information

With recruitment season in full swing, BeAScout.org is more important than ever, and it is vital to ensure that all unit information on the site is accurate and up-to-date. The easier it is for new families to find Scouting units and sign up, the sooner they can begin experiencing the adventure and life-changing value of Scouting! 

To help educate unit leaders and other key unit-serving volunteers on the latest techniques for updating and managing the information on their unit’s BeAScout.org page, the Central Region Marketing Committee will be conducting a webinar on October 2 at 7pm CDT. Attend by visiting the webinar page at the designated date and time. Attendance is limited to the first 300 participants, so be sure to be on time!

During the webinar, experts from the BSA National Service Center and the volunteer-led Central Region Marketing Committee will walk through updates to BeAScout.org, provide tips on managing unit pins, and share details on how to track and follow up with prospects using the invitation manager. 

There will also be an opportunity to ask questions and hear about future planned updates for BeAScout.org. 

If you know someone who needs to learn more about updating their unit’s BeAScout.org page or someone who wants to increase their expertise on the subject so they can help others, please share details about this webinar and encourage them to attend. 

Webinar details:

Title: Tips and Tricks to Recruiting with BeAScout.org

Time: Wednesday, Oct. 2, at 7pm CDT

Location: Join the webinar on Zoom here: https://zoom.us/j/8088559312 

Host: The Central Region Marketing Committee

 

For more information, contact Debra Kendrew at Debra.Kendrew@Scouting.org or Sherry Bowden at SBowden.BSA@gmail.com.

 

Nathan Johnson

As a member of the Communications team at Boy Scouts of America, Nathan Johnson enjoys finding and sharing the stories that inform, inspire, and delight the Scouting family.

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Learn How to Better Manage Your Unit BeAScout.org Information
Learn How to Better Manage Your Unit BeAScout.org Information
Learn How to Better Manage Your Unit BeAScout.org Information
Learn How to Better Manage Your Unit BeAScout.org Information