If you didn’t think attending an Interstate Rovering event was cool enough, perhaps you’d like to try going International. With regular Moots, Forums, Conferences and Jamborees being held across the World – you’ll certainly find something to suit you.
Examples of some International events include:
World Scout Moot
The worldwide Rover Moot which takes place in a different country every four years and has been running since 1931.
World Scout Youth Forum
A Forum that takes place every three years in conjunction with the World Scout Conference and enables each National Scout Organisation to send 2 delegates and 3 observers aged 18-26 to participate in feedback sessions and decision making within Scouting.
New Zealand Rover Moot
NZ’s annul Rover Moot which is held over Easter weekend and features a themed program including on and offsite expeditions, a service project to benefit the community, costume parties, sporting events and shooting trophy.
(Jamboree On the Air – Jamboree on the Internet) – Taking place on the 3rd weekend of October every year, although you don’t have to travel overseas to attend this Scout/Guide event, it’s a great opportunity to connect and make friends with others in the movement whilst at home!
For more information on upcoming International Scouting Events and other opportunities such as volunteer Line-Leading, Support Crew and other roles for events such as World Scout Jamboree, check out http://international.scouts.com.au.