Download the 2015 Commissioner College information flyer here
Where: First United Methodist Church at 1838 SW Jefferson St, Portland Oregon 97201
When: Saturday March 14th, 2015 8:00a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Cost: $12.00 Includes lunch, collectors patch and handouts
Scouters can register for the college online. You do not need to be a commissioner to attend. If a degree has been earned from a previous college, you should register for the next degree in the series. There will be no separate sessions for unit-serving commissioners and roundtable commissioners. Everyone will learn together, and all programs will include topics relating to unit service as well as roundtable service. There are several instructors at each degree level, giving the participants the benefit of the knowledge of many experienced commissioners.
Programs offered at the 2015 CPC College of Commissioner Science:
This is the first degree in the series. There is no longer an Associate’s Degree. If you do not have a commissioner
“degree”, or if you hold an Associate’s Degree from a previous college, you should register for the Bachelor’s pro-gram. This session will contain topics related to helping units succeed. They are geared for new commissioners and those who have served for up to two years, topics covered will help you to fine tune your skills for helping units pro-vide a successful program.
This program is for those who already hold a Bachelor’s Degree and have served as a commissioner for one and a half years or more. Topics are more advanced, and build on the Bachelor’s program.
This program is for those who already hold a Master’s Degree. Topics will include leadership and administrative
commissioner service at the district level, as well as advanced problem solving. As with the other degrees, the doc-torate classes are for all commissioners. In order to earn a Doctorate, a candidate must attend the Doctorate level sessions, as well as provide service to the college program, and complete a project.
There is the Doctorate of Commissioner Science Knot available, for those who successfully complete all of degrees through the Doctorate level.
Additional courses of instruction will be offered beyond the Doctorate level, must have earned Doctorate degree first.
New classes are offered each year.
Specialized classes with be offered for all roundtable commissioners in addition to the degree levels (a mix of degree
classes and roundtable studies).
Also Available will be Unit Commissioner Basic Training—$7.00 cost for lunch if you wish to stay.
You should attend this session if you have not participated in a basic training course already.
It is the mission of the Cascade Pacific Council, College of Commissioner Science to provide a venue for the Commissioner corps, To learn about Scouting and the importance of the Commissioner to the health of the Scouting units, To enhance the Commissioner's capabilities to meet the needs of the units they serve, To serve as a resource that will develop advanced skills and promote a positive attitude, and To receive the most informative, up-to-date training available.