BSA Membership Survey

The Boy Scouts of America have launched their “Voice of the Scout” survey, open to all currently active members of the BSA.

The results will be part of BSA’s decision-making process on whether to change the membership policies to allow gay Scouts, Scouters, and parents to participate; so your completion of this survey is critical.

Request your copy of the survey here:

To participate, you will need your membership ID number (or if you are a parent, your Scout’s ID number). The survey will close on April 4th, so please request your copy right now and forward this information to other current BSA members.

To participate in this survey, which is conducted twice a year, you will need your membership ID number, also called a BSA ID number. This is the number which appears on your registration card; or which is displayed on your MyScouting profile page. If you are a registered youth or adult with no access to MyScouting or without a paper registration card, contact your unit leader or the local BSA Council to obtain your BSA ID number.

Currently, this is just a sign-up for the survey to come out shortly.

If you are not a member of the BSA as a Youth or Adult and you want your voice heard, please give your thoughts here.

Membership Survey Info from the BSA

About Adam R. Cox

Current Skyloo District Commissioner Current Skyloo District & Council Trainer Current Council Member at Large (Cascade Pacific Council) Former Tiger DL & CM of P221 in Pioneer District Former Skyloo District CS Roundtable Commissioner. Former Ast Council Commissioner for Commissioner Tools and Communication Former Pioneer District Training Chair WE1-492-09 Beaver W1-492-11 Bobwhite TG ASM Logistic W1-492-17-2
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2 Responses to BSA Membership Survey

  1. Russ says:

    Columbia-Pacific Council is not a choice on the survey.


    • scouteradam says:

      This is a survey from National, so you will need to bring it up with them. I have nothing to do with it.
      I did a quick Google for Columbia-Pacific and I got Cascade Pacific.


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