Aged 18 – 25? you’re invited to join Inspire Network (iNet) the Districts Network Section. Check out our promotional video below
For more information contact iNet.firstname.lastname@example.org or follow us on Twitter @iNet_Scouts
About Scout Network
The Scout Network is a group of 18 – 25 olds who meet in a Scout County or District and have an interest in both Scouting and their own personal development. They take part in activities, which they undertake and organise amongst themselves and meet when they want to, perhaps weekly, monthly, or once a quarter. The programme is planned around three core self-development areas – Skills & Development, International and Community – but there is little restriction on the type of activities members can undertake. A lot of what we do is around adventure and being outdoors, with a good mix of social and team activities included.
Adults aged between 18-25 are eligible to register as a Scout Network member subject to a satisfactory criminal records check.
Membership of the Scout Network is flexible. Once someone becomes a member, they automatically become a member of all Scout Networks across the UK. As part of the Scout Network they can undertake Scouting in any combination of the roles listed below:
A member of a local Scout Network
A Leader with another Section
A Sectional Assistant or Skills Instructor
A member of Scout Active Support
A member in another capacity
A student at a university or college
The Scout Network is quite different from the other four Sections of The Scout Association in the way it operates. It is an adult Section that benefits from greater opportunities around adventurous activities, tailored personal development and programmes to suit the local membership. Its all about having fun, whilst meeting new people and learning new skills. There are fantastic opportunities to try out new activities, travel and make many new friends.