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2021 Summer Camp Programs




As many of you may or may not know the CIEC has been successfully and safely running Scouting activities at Camp Emerson for the past four weekends!


We will also be running programs at camp the upcoming next four weekends.


With enhanced safety protocols and guidance from the State and County Health Departments the CIEC will be running Summer Camps at Camp Emerson this summer!


The CIEC is dedicated to making sure 2021 Summer Camp at Camp Emerson will be happening and will be safe!



For additional information please contact:

California Inland Empire Council

 at 909-793-2463

email: CampEmerson@scouting.org



CIEC Summer Camp Scholarship





        CIEC Camp Scholarship Application




Sponsor a Scout



Click on the image to sponsor a Cub Scout or Scouts BSA member for Summer Camp in 2021


Cedar Badge




 Register for Cedar Badge





SOAR with Conservation



CIEC Outdoor Ethics and Conservation Committees present

SOAR  with Conservation and

EPA 50 year “Celebration”

Virtual Merit Badge Classes”

Saturday, March 20, 2021






Sign-Up Online or Mail before March 10th


Scouts and Scouters interested in Outdoor Ethics Guide or BSA LNT 101 training please sign up at SOAR TRAINING


Scouts can choose to take two Virtual *Distinguished Conservation Service Award or ^EPA 50 required Merit Badge workshops plus work on a conservation project for EPA 50 and/or Rank advancement credit


** Please list select merit badge choices and review suggested pre-work

* Environmental Science





^Public Health



*^Fishing / Fly Fishing

Below are some suggested pre-work to have completed (be able to show proof: pictures, video, final project) before attending the SOAR Event. Parents can sign a letter confirming family discussions only.  Not completing these requirements might result in a partial blue card.  Some merit badges cannot be completed in a day, so a partial will be given.


Environmental Science: #3c, 3e, 3f, 4

Fishing: #9,10

Fly Fishing: #6,10,11

Forestry: #1 – use iNaturalist to identify unknown species

Geology: #5

Nature: #4 – use iNaturalist to identify unknown species

Public Health: #5, 7, 8

Sustainability: #1 (family discussion), Water 2a, Food 2a, Stuff 2a, Energy B or C, 5a

Weather: #3,6,9, be prepared to do #10


Merit Badge Worksheets are helpful tools for the scouts to list, draw, or plan their merit badge requirements. The worksheets do not replace discussion or hands-on requirements and are not considered proof of completing a requirement.


Due to COVID restrictions, the service project dates are still

currently to be determined.



Service project: When scheduled, Participants must bring with them a signed permission slip, COVID waiver, and current BSA medical Forms Parts A and B. More information will be sent when the project(s) are approved.)



For information contact Summer at  pearss01@yahoo.com and/or Paula at  towonuni@aol.com 



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Camp CIEC Virtual Camp




CIEC Shoot-Out




Camp Emerson Program Day





Mountain Man skills     Aquatics    Conservation
Outdoor Ethics     Climbing    Shooting Sports 

        Cost: $25

Session 1 Registration March 20th, 2021

Session 2 Registration May 15th, 2021


Registration is open to all Scouts, Sea Scouts, Venturers, and registered leaders

Program areas will include  4 of the following

Outdoor Ethics     •    Shooting Sports     •      Aquatics     •     Mountain Man Skills     •     Climbing     • Conservation        

Availability of certain activities may be limited by weather, availability of staff, and water levels in the lake. (activities may be subject to change)


Opportunities for service:

There will be two 3-hour service projects available (9:00am-12:00pm* & 12:30pm-3:30pm) instead of program. This service project can be used for rank advancement and is available on a separate registration page by clicking HERE.  * morning session will be Conservation related.


Participants will need to bring; water, a sack lunch, sturdy shoes, sun protection, mask, and appropriate dress for weather conditions

In addition the following documents will be required for each participant at check in

All State  and County Health Department Covid guidelines will be enforced; mask will be required, and groups will be organized into cohorts of 14 people or less. Every attempt will be made to keep Troops and Patrols grouped together within the group size limits.

Session 1 registration deadline is March 12th

Session 2 registration deadline is May 7th

Additional information on program areas and check in time will be sent two weeks before the event. All questions should be emailed to ciecemersonprogram@gmail.com



2021 NYLT


NYLT  National Youth Leadership Training

Three session to choose from, register below

NYLT #1 July 19th to 24th

NYLT #2 July 26th to 31st

NYLT #3 December 28th to January 2nd


NYLT (National Youth Leadership Training) is advanced leadership training for youth troop, teams, ships, and crew leaders. National Youth Leadership Training is an exciting, action packed program designed to provide young men and women members of the Boy Scouts of America with leadership skills and an experience they can use in their home troops, teams, ships, or crews.   NYLT teaches lifelong leadership skills. The NYLT course centers around the concepts of what a leader must BE, what a leader must KNOW and what a leader must DO. NYLT provides youth leaders with the HOW-TO skills they need to be strong youth and strong youth leaders

Registration fee $350.00 (Due no later than the participant orientation date)


  • Be 13 years of age

  • Be a First-Class Scout or Venture Scout

  • Have his/her Unit Leader recommendation

  • Complete ILST - Introduction to Leadership Skills (Troops, Teams). Previously known as Cedar Badge or

  • Complete ILSC - Introduction to Leadership Skills for Crews (Venturing).

During the course scouts will learn how to use the following leadership skills:

  • Vision – Goals -Planning

  • SMART Goals

  • Problem Solving

  • SSC-Start Stop Continue

  • Stages of Team Development

  • Conflict Resolution

  • Making Ethical Decisions

  • Communication

  • Valuing People

  • Teaching Edge

NYLT (National Youth Leadership Training) is advance leadership training for youth troop, team and crew leaders. NYLT is leadership training for young men and young women. National Youth Leadership Training is an exciting, action packed program designed to provide youth members of the Boy Scouts of America with leadership skills and experience they can use in their home troops, teams or crews. NYLT teaches life long leadership skills.

NYLT uses the patrol method to teach team leadership. The NYLT course centers around the concepts of what a leader must BE, what a leader must KNOW and what a leader must DO. NYLT provides youth leaders with the HOW TO skills they need to be strong youth and strong youth leaders.  


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