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The Order of the Arrow is recruiting 700 youth Arrowmen to serve on the Project 2013 corps at the jamboree which includes the Jamboree Trek Guides, the OA Service Corps, and the Day of Service Guides. The corps will provide support to the 2013 National Scout Jamboree working in subcamps, program areas and at the arena shows.

The Order will also host the OA Indian Village providing an opportunity to engage Scouts in the American Indian culture including regalia and dance of tribes from around the country. In the evenings, the Order will lead the staff recreation area providing evening events, programs, and recreation for the jamboree staff.

Jamboree Trek Guide:

The Jamboree Trek is an all-day adventure beginning at the troop campsite. On each of five days of the Jamboree, 200 troops, each led by a Guide, will take a four-hour, four-mile hike to the top of Garden Ground Mountain, with interpretive program points along the way. The troops will have lunch at the top, followed by an afternoon of games and demonstrations including the OA Indian Village, Buckskin Games, Civil War presentation, etc. The day ends with a barbeque and bonfire, followed by a bus trip back to camp.

OA Service Corps:

The OA Service Corps creates an environment conducive to servant leadership, cheerful service and a memorable experience while facilitating the needs of the 2013 National Scout Jamboree. The OA Service Corps lives the obligation daily and represents the true meaning of servant leadership. The 2013 National Scout Jamboree is our time to show the nation that we are fulfilling our obligation and are putting its meaning into practice. The OA Service Corps will support many of the program and administrative areas at the Jamboree.

Day of Service Guides:

The Jamboree Day of Service is where each Scout will participate in a day of service, either in the local community, in the National River and, perhaps, on the Summit site. On each of five days of the Jamboree, 200 troops will leave their campsites for a project lasting most of the day. The Day of Service Guides will help facilitate and provide leadership to the many projects undertaken by the Scouts.

Order of the Arrow Indian Village:

At the 2013 National Scout Jamboree, Scouts will be able to visit the OA Indian Village during the Jamboree Trek at the top of the Garden Ground Mountain. The OA Indian Village will include in depth view of the American Indian culture, regalia and dance of tribes from around the country. Skilled dancers and craftsmen will be needed to provide an unforgettable experience to the Scouts.

Recreation Staff:

The Order of the Arrow will be taking the lead on providing evening recreation opportunities for all jamboree staff. The recreation staff will host cook outs, game nights and will plan fun activities each night.

Project 2013 Adult Corps Members:

There will be a limited amount of adult staff positions with the Project 2013 Corps.

Staff Registration Instructions:

Arrowmen seeking to serve on OA Staff at the Jamboree, must register with the Summit Registration System and pay the required fees by the due dates. Click here for the Summit 2013 Jamboree Staff Page.

Once on the Summit Web Site, you will then need to click on the "Registration" link on the right menu and then click the "Register Today" link.

Arrowmen must be willing to attend Session 1 (July 11 to July 25, 2013).

Arrowmen should select one of the following positions as their first position:

  • Day of Service OA Guides
  • Jamboree Trek OA Guides

Arrowmen may then select other OA Staff Positions for their second and third choices.

Arrowmen must pay the registration fees to be considered for OA Staff.  There is no late fee if creating a new registration.