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“Train Them, Trust Them, Watch Them Grow”



On this Website, you will find details about Wood Badge 108, sponsored by Circle Ten Council, as well as information about Wood Badge in general.

This week long course will be held over two weekends. One in January and one in February, 2014 at Trevor Rees-Jones Scout Camp in Dallas, Texas.

If you have a question, we probably have the answer! Check out our Frequently Asked Questions.

Visit our Resources page for more information on Wood Badge 108, including pre-course assignments, and other topics of interest.


Brian Bennett
Course Director and Scoutmaster


Please register for our next Wood Badge course! Go to Circle 10 Wood Badge page for a listing of our future courses and links to their websites.

Participant Orientation
Saturday, January 11, 2014 – 9:00 AM
Circle Ten Council Office
8605 Harry Hines Blvd
Dallas, TX 75235

Course Dates
January 24-26 and February 14-16, 2014
Clements Scout Ranch/Trevor Rees-Jones Scout Camp

90-Day Review
Saturday, May 17, 2014 – 9:00 AM
Circle Ten Council Office
8605 Harry Hines Blvd
Dallas, TX 75235



Wood Badge is the premier training program for all Scout Leaders in the Boy Scouts of America. This includes all Cub Scout, Boy Scout, Varsity and Venturing Leaders, District and Council Committee members as well as Professional Scouters. Wood Badge is designed to train adult volunteers using the latest leadership skills and techniques. It is a once-in-a-lifetime training experience.

There are two parts to Wood Badge 108: The first part consist of one week of practical experience where you have the opportunity to learn skills and concepts that underlie the five themes of Wood Badge for the 21st Century.

The second part is a plan to apply what you learned in the practical course. You will create and carry out a plan of action. When that action is completed, you earn the recognition, beads, neckerchief, and woggle that are the Wood Badge.

Circle Ten Council has adopted the national training program for all adult leaders. The National Council of the Boy Scouts of America has called the program a “training continuum”, to emphasize how all parts of leader training fit together.

Scouts deserve trained leaders and trained leaders deserve the best program possible.


While we hope you find time in your schedule to participate in our course, we realize that the timing may not be right for you to take Wood Badge at this time. Click here to access the Circle Ten Wood Badge page with a list of upcoming Wood Badge courses.