Welcome to the Great Alaska Council, Boy Scouts of America


Alaska Ultimate High Adventure


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Please check your district page for current information on district activities and training.

 The calendar is where you will find district and council dates including registration links.  

Most calendar registration links include specific information needed for upcoming activities and training. 


Financial Assistance    updated 09/2014

Summer Camp Employment Opportunities

Forms regularly used by volunteers and families



Mission Statement

The mission of the Great Alaska Council is to prepare young people to make ethical and moral choices over their lifetimes by instilling in them the values of the Scout Oath and Law.
"As part of our ongoing efforts to strengthen the protection of youth in our programs, the designation of parents of youth members in traditional programs as ScoutParents will end effective July 1. BSA literature, forms, and processes are being revised to match this change in program.

Councils should encourage current ScoutParents to now officially register as dues-paying adult volunteers or leaders if they are not already so registered.

To help facilitate this, the unit Scouter Reserve position (91U) has been created for supportive adults who have no immediate specific leadership role. Like all registered BSA adult positions, this new role will require a criminal background check and the completion of Youth Protection training.

The position of unit ScoutParent coordinator (PC) will remain a registered position with the name changed to parent coordinator."

(Notification from National Council received by local BSA Councils)
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