Venturing/Sea Scout Recruiting

 

 

Recruiting starts from a simple place: Recruit teens wherever they gather. Look at church youth groups or Sunday school classes, sports teams, clubs, shopping malls, a student union, soccer fields, movie theaters. Current Ventur­ers could set up a table at any of these loca­tions to tell their story.

Your approach will vary depending on the op­portunity and location. For instance, at a mall or movie theater, you might have only a few minutes to talk to interested teens, whereas at a youth group, you will have a captive audi­ence with more time. Your location will define whether you have to find a way to attract young adults, to interest them in coming to talk to you. Remember that teens are visual and hands-on, so consider presenting colorful images of Venturers doing challenging and in­teresting things and hands-on activities where youth can try a new skill.

As you learn more about Venturing, you can get more creative with your sales and market­ing approaches. Just remember: The bottom line is that the main reason teens don’t join Venturing is because no one asked them to!

 

File Name Description
Adult Application.pdf Download
Attendance Roster Download
Duty to God brochure.pdf Download
Youth Application.pdf Download