Broaden your horizons by working overseas!
There are many opportunities to work overseas through the worldwide brotherhood of Scouting. To apply for these positions you generally need to complete the staff application form for the location where you’d like to work, and have the application endorsed by your Branch and the International Commissioner.
- LASTEST: The World Scouting Support Centre in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia is looking for a Intern to work on special projects to assist the Messengers of Peace Program in our region. Please see the attached documents, applications close 15 September 2016.
- Provide services to visiting Scouting members from around the world and participate in over 140 exciting activities by working for a term at Kandersteg International Scout Centre in the mountains of Switzerland!
- What about working the summer at a camp in the USA? Each year, the Boy Scouts of America invites Scouts and Scout leaders to spend the summer as an International Camp Staff member of a BSA summer camp or Cub Scout day camp. The days are long and hard but the trip and what you see and do can be the most exciting time of your life. You will receive a small wage and accommodation all whist helping run and work with youth members at the camp.
- You could help out at one of the five Scout Activity Centres in England - Downe (Kent), Gilwell Park (near London), Hawkhirst (Newcastle), Youlbury (Oxfordshire), or Baden-Powell House (London). Click here for further information or here for an application form.
- The Suncheon Asia-Pacific Scout Centre (SAPSC) in Korea offers programs in English based on the Scout method of "learning by doing" - a hands-on experiential learning process in the outdoors. The SAPSC is staffed by young adults from National Scout Organisations around the world. Learn about Korea's rich history, culture, and tradition while you share the brotherhood of Scouting with participants and visitors!
- The Kakani International Training Centre (KITC) in Nepal runs education and training programs for Scouts from Nepal and all over the world. Environmental, adventure, and computer workshops are open to all ages, and longer training programs are offered in subjects such as HIV prevention, teaching and advanced computer skills. KITC offers a Short Term Staff Exchange Program for members of National Scouting Organisations.
- The World Organization of the Scouting Movement (WOSM) and the Asia-Pacific Region of the World Scout Bureau also regularly advertise paid and volunteer positions.