Exploring is a youth program chartered through Boy Scouts of
America's Learning for Life organization. The goal is
to allow career education for young men and women between
the ages of 14 and 20. Exploring provides real life
experience to help young people mature and to prepare them
to become responsible and caring adults.
Post One members are trained in FEMA’s Community Emergency
Response Team training.
Here they will learn fire suppression/utility
control, light search and rescue, victim extrication, triage
and emergency medical care.
After initial training they are invited to
participate right along with their adult counterparts in
Many of the Explorers are certified in First Aid, CPR/AED by
the American Heart Association and the American Red Cross.
Other training includes Search and Rescue, Maps and
Orienteering, Storm Watching, Aircraft Operations, Radio
Communications, National Incident Management, Animals in
Disaster, Bicycle Operation and Patrol, Canoe/Kayak
operation, Climbing, Rappelling, as well as Police and Fire