Ranken Technical College
2018 Summer Boy Scout Merit Badge Camps
4431 Finney Ave, St. Louis, MO 63113
Participants will have the opportunity to work with college instructors to earn Merit Badges while enjoying the college experience, to include hands-on activities in state-of-the-arts labs and eating in the college café. Scouts will be separated into two groups and rotate through one camp each day.
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AUTO MAINTENANCE & ENTREPRENEURSHIP SERIES: Those who service automobiles must understand each principle, and how these principles interact to provide smooth, efficient performance. Owners of cars also benefit by understanding how their vehicles operate. This enables them to understand why certain periodic maintenance is required to keep their vehicles in tip-top shape. – Rotate – Learn how to identify business opportunities, create and evaluate business ideas, and explore the feasibility of an idea for a new business. Get the chance to fit everything together as you start and run your own business venture.
Merit Badges & Prerequisites:
Auto Maintenance – TBD To include having access to a car or truck and its owner’s manual. Researching general maintenance, safety, and registration. Diagraming essential systems “under the hood,” and researching career opportunities in the automotive industry.
Entrepreneurship Requirements 1 – 4 contained in the BSA Entrepreneurship Merit Badge Series.
When: Tuesday and Wednesday, June 12 & 13, 2018, 9:00 am – 3:00 pm
Cost: $60 per Boy Scout – Maximum capacity 30, Fee is non-refundable
Boy Scouts will provide:
- 4 volunteer adult mentors (troop leaders/parents) to help supervise Scout activities
- $25 per volunteer adult mentors – Fee is non-refundable
Ranken Technical College will provide:
- Training space, project materials and safety gear
- Qualified merit badge counselors to train/assist Scouts with merit badge projects