About East Carolina Council

The East Carolina Council, Boy Scouts of America, has been building character and instilling values in young people since 1915. Always in strong partnership with the religious, civic and business communities, Scouting teaches traditional values, respect for God and Country, life skills and responsible citizenship to generations of young people.

Council Newsletter

If you are new to us please sign-up for our newsletter. Many of our Scouting events and communications are distributed through the online newsletter.

Events

Events – All event flyers for all District and Council events will be in this section. The flyers will be seperated by month. You will be able to download the pdf flyer, register online for certain events, and visit a more detailed web page for limited events.

Districts

The East Carolina Council is broken-up into 9 districts, find yours here. Each district has a page with key leadership contact information, key meeting locations, and times including roundtable. This area als includes Exploring and Venturing.

Camping

Here you will find the pages for Camp Boddie (including summer camp, wintercamp, weekend merit badge camps, Cub Scout resident camp), Pamlico Sea Base, Cub Scout family camps, Cub Scout day camp, and facility rental.

Training

Every Scout deserves a trained leader. Go here to learn what classes are necessary, and where to get trained. Visit “Events” to see when the next class is in your area. You can also conduct most of your training online at www.myscouting.org to include “This is Scouting” and “Youth Protection.”

Support Us

Help the East Carolina Council deliver the Scouting program. Get information on Friends of Scouting, Special Events (including 3 golf tournaments and the Wild Game Feast), popcorn sale, and endowment giving.

Youth

Information about Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts and Venturing to include advancement, uniforms, handbooks and more.

Parents

As the parent of a Scout learn what your child will be learning, how we keep your child safe, and how you can help.

Alumni

Allows people formerly involved with Scouting to reconnect, re-engage, and support Scouting.

We are so glad that you are involved in Scouting. Whether you are a parent, a leader, or a volunteer, you make a tremendous difference in the lives of young people through your commitment to Scouting.

We are excited about the new Scouting year and all of the fun that is in store for kids. Wouldn’t it be great to have some of your friends or son’s best friends involved, or maybe neighbors, or teammates?

Let’s invite them to join the adventure of Scouting. We’ve created this video you can forward to them that explains Scouting and the potential it has to build men of great character for our country’s future.

Have a great Scouting year!

Boy Scouts of America

Journey To Excellence

Scouting’s Journey to Excellence is the BSA’s planning, performance, and recognition program designed to encourage and reward the success of our units, districts and councils. It is meant to encourage excellence in providing a quality program at all levels of the BSA.

Tartan Guard

Tartan Guard Units receive free cloth rank advancements and waived campsite rental fees at ECC properties for a year, excluding the Council Camporee. Applications must be submitted by 1/31/2017 for consideration for 2017.