Welcome to the DJCoS!

  • The Dallas Jewish Committee on Scouting is a division of the National Jewish Committee on Scouting. These committees are associated with the Boy Scouts of America in their Relationships area. The purpose of the DJCoS is to promote Scouting amongst Jewish youth and to bring the values of Judaism to Scouting.

Announcements

  • Scout Shabbat

    Scout Shabbat Patch for 2015On Friday, February 12, 2016 at 7:30 p.m. we will sponsored a Scout Shabbat Friday night service. The location is at Adat Chaverim at 6300 Independence Pkwy, Plano.
     
    More about Scout Shabbat
     
  • College Scholarships Available

    The National Jewish Committee on Scouting each year awarda scholarships to Jewish Eagle Scouts who best meet the qualifications. There are three different scholarship categories and at least five different Eagles will be awarded financial aid. Application deadline for the most recently awarded scholarships will be January 31, 2016. Submission of applications for next year's scholarships will open on November 1, 2016. Don't waste any time. The names of the recipients will be announced in May 2016!

    More about Scholarships for Eagles

Recent Activities

  • Tzofim Friendship Caravan
    performed at the JCC

    The Tzofim Friendship Caravan will crisscross North America bringing Israeli culture and goodwill through their unique blend of smiles, songs, and dances in Hebrew, Yiddish, and English. The Caravan is coming to our community, so come see the show!

    Appropriate for all ages

    Saturday, July 11, 2015, the Caravan performed at the Circle Ten Council Scout Center on Harry Hines Blvd.

    See Photos from Performance

  • Click on the slides to watch a slide show of the Israel Scout-Tzofim Caravan activities in the Dallas area
    Click on slides to watch a slide show about the Caravan visit
  • Religious Emblems Workshop

    On Sunday, December 7, 2014 at 2:30 p.m. at Temple Emanu-El we conducted a Religious Emblems Workshop where Cub and Boy Scouts worked toward earning one of the four Jewish awards available to Scouts of various ages. The date for an upcoming workshop near the end of this year will be announed soon.

    See a slideshow of a previous workshop
     
  • Lord Robert Baden Powell

    The founder of Scouting, Lord Robert Baden Powell, expresses the same objective for Scouting more than 75 years ago that we still have today:

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In the preface to the 1908 edition of Scouting for Boys, Lord Baden-Powell shared his vision for Scouting when he wrote:
"Let us, therefore, in training our Scouts, keep the higher aims in the forefront, not let ourselves get too absorbed in the steps. Don't let the technical outweigh the moral...Field efficiency, backwoodsmanship, camping, hiking, good turns, jamboree comradeship are all means, not the end. The end is character with a purpose. And that purpose, that the next generation may be sane in an insane world, and develop the higher realization of service, active "service of love, and duty to God and neighbor.