The Chief Seattle Council office and Scout shop is closed to the public until further notice. Support staff are available Tuesday – Friday from 10am – 5pm via phone and email. Appointments with staff available by request. We will be monitoring the governor’s COVID policies for businesses and will adjust our hours accordingly.



Youth Training

At Program and Training Conference many classes are suitable for older youth, particularly those youth in leadership positions. Go to the YOUTH page for more information.

Wilderness and Remote First Aid is open to all youth, 14 and older, ready to take on more first aid training. 

If you are interested in any other adult training, ask the contact person listed on the calendar entry if it is an appropriate class for you attend.

The purpose of the Introduction to Leadership Skills is to teach youth with leadership positions about their new roles and how to most effectively reach success in that role. It is intended to help youth in leadership positions understand their responsibilities and to equip them with organizational and leadership skills to fulfill those responsibilities. Introduction to Leadership Skills is the first course in the series of leadership training offered to youth and is a prerequisite for the more advanced leadership courses.

There are three versions of the Introduction to Leadership Skills:

Introduction to Leadership Skills for Troops and Teams (ILST): Syllabus

Introduction to Leadership Skills for Crews (ILSC): Syllabus

Introduction to Leadership Skills for Ships (ILSS): Syllabus

Nature of Leadership Trek

Leadership and service to others are two key tenants of Venturing, the Boy Scouts of America's fastest growing teenage program. Combine these two elements and you get the concept of "the servant leader". Servant leadership as a philosophy teaches that the leader works with and through a team to accomplish the mission. Rather than just talking about leadership, Venturing through the new Kodiak Trek teaches useable, relevant leadership skills that every teen can use.

Challenging high adventure trek. Participants come from around the Council. Team taught by two instructors per Crew of 8-12. Uses hands on learning approach with very short presentations. Constant reinforcement. Creates a leadership fraternity

Be a registered Venturer (youth only). Be at least 16 years old. Have physical capability for a specific trek and have outdoor skills for a specific trek.

Interested in Nature of Leadership Trek for your crew? Please direct questions to the council training chairman via the contact page.

What is NAYLE? National Advanced Youth Leadership Experience is an exciting program that enhances leadership skills and expands upon the team-building and ethical decision-making skills learned in NYLT (National Youth Leadership Training). NAYLE emphasizes leadership, teamwork, and selfless service, using the core elements of NYLT to help youth strengthen these skills. The NAYLE course is now available at all four national high-adventure bases.

Who Can Attend? Scouts must be 14 but not yet 20 years old, hold a unit leadership position, and have completed NYLT (offered every summer by council).

For more Information, please visit the NAYLE website.