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Rolla Merit Badge University
Scouts BSA’s merit badge program provides opportunities for youth to explore more than a hundred fields of skill and knowledge and plays a key role in the fulfillment of Scouting’s educational commitment. The Rolla Merit Badge University will take place at Missouri University of Science and Technology. Saturday, February 12, 2022.
Special thanks to our MBU Sponsor
- Track 1: Architecture – Merit Badge Next Big Thing – NOVA segment
- Track 2: Entrepreneurship – Merit Badge Designed to Crunch – NOVA segment
When? Saturday, November 13, 2021 from 9:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M. (Please plan to arrive by 8:45 a.m.)
Where? Sign-in and assembly will be in the St. Pat’s Ballroom, Havener Center, on the Missouri University of Science & Technology campus. Parking details will be forwarded to registered Scouts.
Cost? $25.00 per Scout if registered by November 10. Fee includes merit badge cards, and supplies needed for the classes. Scouters attending may also order lunch for an additional $7.00 through this link. Checks should be made out to Rolla MBU and should accompany the registration form. Registration form and payment must be received by November 10. We will not be able to accept late registrations or walk-ins. Registration form can be sent by email upon request. Rolla MBU/ PO Box 1857 / Rolla, MO 65402-1857.
Online registration is available at this link.
Details? This NOVA MBU is limited to the first 30 participants (15 in each track). Tracks will be assigned by first paid registration. The badges and NOVA components may not be switched.
Prerequisite: Information on required prerequisites is coming soon.
For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Congressional Award was created to promote and recognize America’s outstanding youth. The Congressional Award and Scouts are organizations that share values like initiative, service, and achievement. The two organizations formed a former national partnership in 1999. Through The Congressional Award, Scouts can be recognized by the United States Congress for activities they are already completing through their connection to Scouts.