Take advantage of upcoming opportunities to support central Indiana Scouting.
The Central Indiana BSA Alumni Network offers many opportunities for former members to support Scouting, enjoy Scouting adventures and help boys and girls reach their full potential. Get involved today to help make sure Scouting in central Indiana remains strong for generations to come.
Frequently Asked Questions
Who is considered a BSA alumni member?
All who are benefited from the Scouting movement are considered alumni. That means whether you are an individual who participated as a youth or an adult or were a third-party recipient of Scouting’s good work, you are welcome.
How does one join and is there a cost?
What should you expect?
As a member of the Central Indiana BSA Alumni Network, you will receive quarterly email updates of upcoming events and Scouting news. Social media accounts will provide more frequent updates, and members are encouraged to share and interact with one another. We strive to learn more about what our members want from this experience and will provide content and host events relevant to these desires.
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National BSA Alumni Associations
Scouting Alumni Association
The Scouting Alumni Association welcomes everyone positively and personally impacted by the Boy Scouts of America — former Scouts, family members of Scouts past and present, volunteers past and present — and the millions of Americans who benefit from Scouting in their communities.
By joining the Scouting Alumni Association, you’ll stay up to speed on what’s happening in Scouting and help youth experience the excitement, challenges and adventure that Scouting has to offer.
Enjoy the member benefits and support the good work that the BSA continues in its second century. Membership costs $35 annually.
National Eagle Scout Association
The National Eagle Scout Association (NESA) is an impressive group, with many members who are now in positions of responsibility and prominence in government, business, education and the military.
Crossroads of America Council has its own chapter of the National Eagle Scout Association. Members have exclusive access to networking and social events with other Eagle Scouts as well as service and mentoring opportunities. We encourage all of our Eagle Scouts to join NESA.