Scouts Programs at the Museum of Aviation
The Education Center at the Museum of Aviation is proud to offer Scouts Programs for both Boy and Girl Scouts. Various badge programs available for Boy Scouts, Cub Scouts, and Webelos, as well as Girl Scout Brownies, Juniors, and Seniors.
BOY SCOUT AVIATION MERIT BADGE
The Museum of Aviation proudly offers the Aviation Merit Badge program for Boy Scouts, which meets the Scout Merit Badge Handbook guidelines. Program features aeronautical principles, aircraft preflight, navigation, math, science, and flight simulators. This 3-hour class must be scheduled in advance for 10 – 16 scouts. Must be age 12 and up. Program is $15 per scout. Girl Scouts can also schedule this Aviation Flight Simulation program.
CUB SCOUTS and WEBELOS
Explore World History at the Museum of Aviation. The Guided Tour is a wonderful experience for your Cub Scout and Webelo Troops. The Scouts will learn about our world history through the exhibits and aircraft. The Scouts will also go inside the C-130 “Hercules” airplane for an inside-an-aircraft experience. Guided Tours last approximately 1 ½ hours. Cost is $3 per scout and there is a minimum of 10 scouts.
Girl Scout Brownie “Celebrating Community” Badge Workshop
The purpose of this workshop is to provide an opportunity for Girl Scout Brownies to complete a portion of the requirements for the Badge and is approximately 2.5 hours long. The minimum number of Girl Scout Brownies is 10 and the maximum is 30. The cost of the program is $10 per participant. Girl Scouts celebrate our community by visiting the “Museum of Aviation” where World History comes alive through our exhibits and aircraft. Participants go inside of the C-130 Airplane and will explore the life of Robert L. Scott, a WWII Veteran and our hometown hero.
GIRL SCOUT JUNIOR “DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY” BADGE WORKSHOP
The purpose of this badge workshop is to provide an opportunity for Girl Scout Juniors to complete all or a portion of the requirements for the Badge. The partial workshop is approximately 2 – 2.5 hours at $10 per participant. The complete Badge workshop is approximately 5 hours at $20 per participant. Minimum number of participants is 10 and the maximum is 20. Girl Scout Juniors will learn the basics of photography then select a subject from the Museum of Aviation’s aircraft and exhibits and photograph the subject from different perspectives. A camera is provided or you may bring your own. Girl Scout Juniors will learn basic editing techniques and all photos will be uploaded to an online album for viewing after the class. For the complete Badge program, the last 2 – 2.5 hours, participants will complete a final video slide show project of edited pictures for the troop.
GIRL SCOUT SENIOR “WEBSITE DESIGNER” BADGE WORKSHOP
The purpose of this badge workshop is to provide an opportunity for Girl Scout Seniors to complete all or a portion of the requirements for the Badge. The partial workshop is approximately 2 – 2.5 hours at $10 per participant. The complete Badge workshop is approximately 5 hours at $20 per participant. Minimum number of participants is 10 and the maximum is 20. They will learn how to link to other websites, how SEO affects Google traffic, and how to do website design. Girl Scout Seniors will be able to begin building their “Generations of Women” website at the Museum of Aviation and finish it at their own pace at home.
For Scouts Programs, Reservation Requests, or more information contact Candi James or fill out the form below
(478) 926-5558 email@example.com Museum of Aviation Foundation, Warner Robins, GA
Scouts Program Field Trip Request Form
Fill out the following information to request a field trip. A Museum representative will contact you to arrange and confirm your reservation.