American Indian Scouting Association
The American Indian Scouting Association’s 2013 seminar was held in Riverton, Wyoming.

American Indian Scouting Association Annual Seminar Coming Up in Idaho


Workshops will be available to assist adults responsible for leadership and administration of youth programs by providing training and a forum for the exchange of ideas.

AISA is collaboration between American Indian tribal leaders, educators and two of our nation’s leading youth agencies—Girl Scouts of the U.S.A. and Boy Scouts of America.

This national organization was formed to address issues facing today’s Indian youth and to provide training and leadership opportunities for adult leaders of American Indian youth.

The American Indian Scouting Association seeks to enable American Indian youth to develop their talents and capabilities so they will be able to maintain their cultural identities while building bridges, which will allow them to be successful and productive members of both societies.

The fee for the seminar is $275. This fee will include room and board and membership. Some funds are available for American Indian Youth Scholarship Grants, based on financial need.

For more information and registration forms contact:

Charlotte Barker

AISA Publicity Chair

109 Tam-O-Shanter Drive

Blythewood, S.C. 29016


Those interested can also visit the website at


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