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Every young adult within the association, aged between 18 and 25 in Scouting, automatically becomes a member of the Scout Network. This membership provides opportunities for personal development and enjoyment for individuals in the 18-25 age range within the Scouting community.

The Scout Network serves as the concluding section of the Scouting movement. Since the era of Baden-Powell, provisions have existed for young individuals aspiring to extend their involvement beyond the Explorer Scout Section.

Network programme Participating in a range of activities, Scout Network members independently organise and engage in endeavours under the guidance of a District Scout Network Commissioner, occasionally receiving support from a Programme Coordinator. The Program is structured into three main areas: Community, International, and Adventure.

If you're relocating for study or work and wish to continue your involvement in Scouting, whether through Scout Network or as an adult volunteer, you can do so by notifying your District Scout Network Commissioner about your move. They will then connect you with the District Scout Network Commissioner in your new area and transfer your information accordingly.


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