Trust is an essential aspect of our relationship with others - both personally and corporately. Learning to trust is the challenge. Today young people live in an increasingly pluralistic society made up of multiple nationalities, cultures, and religions. One way to work toward a safe future is to learn to get along and work together. Understand is a good start toward trust. While working on the TRUST Award, Venturers will learn more about themselves, their communities, their religion and culture, as well as those of others.
Five Areas of Requirements (each has required sections and electives):
Venturers who have completed the requirements should have their Advisor review the completed requirements, verify completion of the award, and order the award and certificate through the local Scout shop.
The TRUST medal features the world enveloped in a pair of silver hands. The world has been a symbol of Scouting, communities, and religions for many years. The silver hands are a representation of the caring, nurturing, and understanding that the TRUST Award instills in a Venturer. The medal is suspended from a ribbon with a solid field of purple. The purple represents both the color of the Religious Life programs of Venturing and is a historic color of religion and royalty for much of the world.
National Religious Scouting Organizations