Annual Daryl Pierson Police Games
October 14th, 2017
Explorers are invited to attend the second annual police games competition, held in honor of Officer Daryl Pierson. The games will be held at the Public Safety Training Facility. Teams of Explorers will be competing in competitions including the SWAT course, shooting range, building search, traffic stops, observations and memorization exercises. The winning team will be presented with a trophy and have their names engraved on it for years to come. Registration will be done by each post, by their Advisors, information for the 2017 event can be found here.
Winter Tactical Drill
Tentatively scheduled for December 2nd
2018 Explorer Banquet
Join the Seneca Waterways Exploring team for the 2018 Explorer Banquet. Come enjoy dinner and recognition at the annual Exploring Banquet. This event is open to all Exploring Posts. Details are being finalized check back for more information. **Spring 2018**
April 28th, 2018 (tentative)
The Annual Mock Trial competition is the premier event for Law Explorers. Find out if you have what it takes to practice law. Court is scheduled for April 2018, at the Hall of Justice. For more information 585-241-8560. More Information
Criminal Justice Exploring Academy
The Criminal Justice Explorer Academy (CJEA) is an exciting co-ed day camp for high school students’ ages 15-18. The academy will provide all of the cadets with an opportunity to experience the many opportunities in the criminal justice field; learn leadership skills, and hand-on law enforcement skills. CJEA is designed with help from the Rochester Police Department to create a better understanding of the world of work in the criminal justice field.
Each exciting day will run from 9AM – 3PM. Your typical day will include an assortment of marching, drills, physical ability training, classroom lessons, field trips, and hands-on exercises. Previous years have included: visit with Border Patrol, room clearing techniques, weapons demonstrations by active officers, presentations by the Drug Task Force and Crime Scene Technicians. The camp is constantly being updated year to year to include more exciting interactive activities.
The cost for this week is only $175.00. Space is reserved for the first 50 cadets, so act fast. You need to reserve your spot with a $75 non-refundable deposit. The remaining balance ($100) is due by June 17 2017. If you have any questions, please contact Stuart Schnettler, Exploring Field Director at email@example.com or call 585-241-8560.
Exploring First Responder Camp
July 29- August 3, 2018
Exploring First Responder Camp is for Explorers and Posts seeking a focused program in one of three exciting areas. Open CO-ED registration to anyone up to 21 years old, Exploring First Responder Camp is one of Babcock-Hovey’s Expedition Camps which are designed to refine your skills, challenge your limits, and for Explorers – help you develop a deeper understanding of the Emergency Services. Stay tuned on Facebook too!
Law Enforcement Camp is designed by Police Officers specifically for Police Explorers. Practice all the skills you learn in your regular meetings, and add a bunch more. Spend some time on our range with our instructors and practice your sharpshooting skills with rifle, shotgun and pistols; work on your investigating skills; evidence collecting and much more! The last day of camp will include a simulated event that all Explorers will respond to and put your skills to work.
Firefighting Camp is designed to let you work on both skills you normally do and those you don’t normally do at post meetings. Fight live fire at the Fire Training Center, set up portable retaining ponds, rope rescue techniques, hydrant work and much more! Fire Explorers will put all of their newly acquired skills to use in our all Explorer simulated event on the last day of camp.
EMS/ Medical Camp is for all EMS/ Medical and Fire Explorers that want to learn more about their chosen field. Trainings will include scenarios, seminars, demos, certifications and lots of hands-on activities. Check out the mobile hospital room, practice on the sim mannequins, and much more. Medical Explorers will also participate in our camp wide simulation event on Friday, putting all their training to the test.
COST: $450 per Explorer
- $50 – DISCOUNT for full Payment by April 12
- Registration Fee for Adults is $200.00
- FREE Adult Registration With Every 8 Youth Registered From Your Post
Note: This program is not eligible for the Free Week Drawing.
REGISTER NOW with a site deposit of $100 per Post
Note: Units in Seneca Waterways Council have been sent login information for registration website. All others can easily create a log in as an Exploring Post or Individual and complete registration online.
Questions: email Case.Hamilton@scouting.org or call 585-241-8542
Register by clicking here || Registration Opens January 1st
Annual First Responders Reception
The Exploring Division of the Seneca Waterways Council is pleased to announce the Third Annual Distinguished First Responders Reception. This is an opportunity for our community to recognize and celebrate outstanding individuals in the world of emergency service. This years event is being planned now, for more information or to RSVP, please contact Stuart Schnettler- 585-241-8560
FLCC Middle School STEaM Camp
July 9-13, 2018
Cost: $200 per Explorer
- $25 – DISCOUNT for full payment by April 12
Join the Exploring experience with this unique 4-day, day camp. FLCC opens their Victor Campus to 34 Middle School students to work on hands-on STEaM activities with their professors. What is STEaM? It’s Science, Technology, Engineering, arts and Math. Students will spend 9-4 digging into activities and learning all that STEaM has to offer, while enjoying some time on FLCC’s campus.
- Learn about building design & architecture using software
- Have fun solving math puzzles
- Learn about optics and light
- Build a mini-catapult
- Learn how to extract DNA
- Learn about LabVIEW the software that was used to program Mars rovers
- Experiment with Computer-Aided-Design and Manufacturing (CAD/CAM)
- Work on a project involving ecology
- Learn about careers in biotechnology
- Have fun preparing your lunch and learn about nutrition at the same time
For more information click here or contact Case Hamilton (585) 241-8542.
To register for the STEaM Camp Click Here || Registration Opens January 1st for 2018