National Catholic Committee on Scouting (NCCS)
NCCS is a committee of Catholic lay people and clergy that, in conjunction with the Boy Scouts of America and other Catholic organizations, work to ensure the Catholic faith is an integral part of the scouting experience. The committee helps to coordinate religious activities/emblems earned by scouts, organizes adult scout leader recognition, and provides support to local scouting units/diocesan scouting committees.
Catholic Scouting Ministry Network
An opportunity, sponsored by the National Federation for Catholic Youth Ministry (NFCYM), for youth ministers and volunteers who serve youth in national youth serving organizations, including Girl Scouts, Boy Scouts, American Heritage Girls, Catholic Daughters of America, Camp Fire, etc. to connect.
National Catholic Committee for Girl Scouts and Camp Fire (NCCGSCF)
NCCGSCF is a constitutive member of the National Federation for Catholic Youth Ministry (NFCYM). The committee consists of NFCYM, Girl Scouts, and Camp Fire representatives from the 14 diocesan regions in the United States. NCCGSCF, under the auspices of NFCYM, administers the religious recognition programs and patches to allow young people to explore and become more involved in their Catholic faith. NCCGSCF also coordinates adult scout leader recognition and provides support to local scouting units/diocesan scouting committees.