The 25th World Scout Jamboree program consists of the 4S+ACT elements—each designed to support social, physical, intellectual, emotional, mental, and personality development in Scouts in attendance.
- Capacity reinforcement as an upright citizen
- Acceptance of diversity and profound connection with other Scouts
- Commitment to world peace and ecological enhancement
- Throughout the Jamboree, a broad array of individual and team activities, which contain involvement-based rewards, will inspire participants to ignite fulfillment. Not only that, we will also deliver the opportunity for career awareness and exploration under the theme ‘Draw your Dream.’
We will keep them engaged in 2-3 activities a day out of more than 200. We will also have contingency planning for bad weather.
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Draw your Dream
Scouting for Life
Combining Scouting values and educational ideas concerning global citizenship and sustainability, the Scouting for Life sector will empower young people to foster leadership and life skills and turn them into accountable citizens capable of tackling the world’s challenges.
- Pioneering | Acquire Scout skills—knotting and weaving—and create objects
- Hwarang Award | Lift Scout Spirit through a wide range of tasks suggested by the Korean Scout Association
- Amateur Radio | Comprehend ham radio fundamentals
- Bushcraft | Get outdoors without destroying nature
- Orienteering | Navigate with a map and compass
Smart & Scientific
Via the official app, participants will get actively involved in science, technology, engineering, arts, and mathematics, utilizing the Scout method. While taking a tour of the future—robots and virtual reality, they will be able to share the Jamboree program and emerging technologies with their families and friends as well as other Scouts.
- VR and AR | Explore virtual reality and augmented reality
- Renewable Energy | Understand the features and benefits of renewable resources
- Drone | Learn drone basics, such as history and theory, and pilot a drone
Safe & Secured
The Safe & Secured sector intends to help boys and girls take a proactive approach to emergency response associated with natural disasters and infectious diseases and practice safety drills—developed by the Korea Scout Association.
- Camping School with Go Camping | Learn camping safety tips, including wilderness risk management
- 119 Safety Experience Center (off-site) | Experience mock accidents and strengthen capabilities to respond to dangerous situations
In association with regional, domestic, and foreign partners, the Sustainability sector is dedicated to teaching teen participants to advocate for sustainable development practices for their local and global communities. In Better World Tent and Global Development Village, they will commune with nature, forge a culture of peace and discussion, and leverage diversity and inclusion.
ACT: Adventure, Culture, Tradition
Not only will teenagers participating in the ACT sector interact with nature in the nearest mountain, river, and sea, but they will also discover Korean culture through K-pop, Bibimbap, Hangeul, and much more.
- Zip Line | Enjoy a thrilling and speedy ride
- Korean Archery | Heighten confidence and courage through archery
- Forest Rope Play | Partake in forest rope play and unlock the spirit of adventure and challenge
- Artificial Climbing | Climb a rock like wall with gear essentials, which will make you patient and adventurous
- Water Sport (inflatable slide, air bounce, snorkeling) | Overcome aquaphobia whilst having fun on the water
- K-pop Dance | Try K-pop dance and Korean culture
- Dream Kite | Make and fly your Jamboree kite
- Handicraft | Create your own souvenir using various materials