National Youth Leadership Training
The National Youth Leader Training Conference (NYLT) is a Co-Ed leadership-training program for leaders developed by the Boy Scouts of America.
The seven-day course schedule parallels the program month of a troop, team, or crew, Three model troop meetings, a patrol leaders’ council meeting in the round followed by daily PLC operating sessions, an instructional campfire, and troop operation using the patrol method are coupled with Explanation, Demonstration, and Guided practice to create an Enabled, productive troop program.
Throughout the week, a staff of volunteer Scouts and Scouters from the Twin Rivers Council delivers the program in an adult-led, boy run troop model.
NYLTC is not another summer camp, but an intense, challenging, leadership experience.
The purpose of NYLT is to support the Scout’s troop program. The course will give participants the confidence and knowledge to run the unit program.
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For more session-specific information, contact the following for each course:
Rafael G. Rivera at [Click for member's page]
Rotary Scout Reservation:
Betty Fitzgerald at 583-0918 or [Click for member's page]