Do you have some expertise or knowledge that you’d be willing to share and teach a new generation of Charlie Guides? Whether you are an expert in fire-building, voyageur history or something as seemingly simple as paddling technique, June 9th is your opportunity to share your experience during the seminar day at the seasonal staff training. Click here to learn more how you can participate!
For 90 years, the difference between the Northern Tier and others that outfit or take Scouts into the BWCAW and Quetico Provincial Park is one person; the interpreter. But, no two interpreters are the same. One may be an expert fisherman, while another may be an expert in Ojibwe culture. Another may meet her crew in a voyageur’s outfit and regale her crew with fur trade songs, while another may tell his crew about the folklore and science of the northern lights.
The annual seminar day during seasonal staff training is a chance for interpreters to pick and choose, ath their option, topics they’d like to learn more about. SAA members provide the knowledge and expertise to present a variety of topics relative to dealing with youth and adult leaders in Canoe Country. Whether you are an expert in photography, team-building, baking, portaging, flora and fauna, or meteorology, you are invited to come up and be a part of the seminar day. Most sessions range from 50 minutes to 2 hours. Some are hands’ on while other presentations may be in class-room setting. If you are a presenter, it is up to you to decide.
We’d like you to join fellow SAA members and share your knowledge with a new generation of Charlie Guides.