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For adults in Scouting there is a clear opportunity to work with the young people in their community between the ages of 5 and 26. This opportunity allows Adults to help develop the future of our youth members in a fun and exciting way.

The Adults are responsible for helping to plan and deliver programs that support young people in reaching their full potential.  Our youth gain valuable skills in an environment of "responsible risk taking"; there is a great sense of personal satisfaction seeing them take on a new challenge and build their confidence.

The Scout Association of Malta operates a voluntary, non-political, non-formal educational movement for young people, open to all without distinction or origin, race or creed.  Our Adults come from all walks of life - parents, former scouts, individuals with no previous scouting experience whatsoever.  

One of Scouting's fundamental values is to encourage the physical, intellectual, emotional, social and spiritual development of young people so that they grow up to be responsible citizens, for a better society.

Stella Maris College Scout Group
All Leaders undertake the necessary training in order to provide the best scouting experience for their members in a safe environment. Such training includes the Woodbadge Leader Training Course (provided by The Scout Association of Malta), basic first aid, food handling, as well as rescue / fire fighting.  Leaders give their time and energy for the benefit of youth members on a voluntary basis.  


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