The Learning for Life Foundation Society is an opportunity to support the Learning for Life curriculum-based and Exploring character and career education programs at a national level. Your contribution will provide scholarships, service grants to schools, promotion materials and career networking for Exploring.


Fellowship in the Learning for Life Foundation Society is open to anyone who contributes $1,000 in support of the Learning for Life and Exploring programs. This includes but is not limited to school administrators, business leaders, Scouting professionals, volunteers and educators at the college or university levels.


Contributors will be designated a Learning for Life Foundation Society fellow. Fellows will receive a certificate with presentation folder and a lapel pin.


Please send your donation to Learning for life at:
PO Box 152079 | Irving, TX | 75015-2079
Include the memo 64003-1161 on your check.


Explorers can earn a Career Achievement Award in one or all 12 career fields. To earn a Career Achievement Award, the Explorer must be registered in a post, provide 50 hours of community service and complete any nine career achievements as outlined in the award packet. The Exploring post advisor certifies that the Explorer has satisfactorily performed 50 hours of community service and verifies that the candidate has completed at least nine achievements within the career field.


Exploring programs involve active learning and include lots of fun-filled, hands-on activities. Exploring promotes the conditions necessary for the growth and development of youth. The following are the key components of the Career Awareness Award, which encourages young people to explore a variety of career options as they begin the journey of discovering their future. The purpose of the Career Awareness Award is to:


· Provide direction to Explorers registered in a club as they begin the career discovery journey.


· Motivate Explorers to discover new career opportunities.


· Recognize Explorers for significant community service.


The Career Awareness Award is for those Explorers registered in an Exploring club, between the ages of 10 and 14. More details about the award can be found by downloading the Career Awareness Award packet.


An adult leader supports Explorers in setting challenging but achievable goals in four program areas. Once an Explorer has achieved his or her goals, they should submit the form. The Explorer will receive a recognition from their local member of Congress. CLICK HERE to learn more about how it works.