This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Boy Scouts of America for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.
My first encounter that I ever had with the Boy Scouts of America was when I had to take my little brother to a meeting. I sat through the meeting and watched how many fun projects they were getting the chance to participate in and all of the confidence-building tasks that they did at the meeting. I had always heard it was a great program, but got to see it there first hand.
A few years later I met my husband, who is an Eagle Scout. My husband talks about scouting a lot and he was very involved in the program. When I asked him more about it, he stated that he was proud to be an Eagle Scout and that he has even received jobs over other people because he proudly lists that on his resume. I thought that was really cool! The Boy Scouts not only contributes to relieving some of the back-to-school tension that young men might encounter, but it also brings families together and helps you in the future when you embark on your career journey.
Are your kids a part of the Boy Scouts of America? If they are too young do you plan on taking them to a meeting when they get older?