Welcome to the official website of Order of the Arrow Section W2N!
Please explore our website to learn more about our section, register for conclave, or learn how you can get involved in Scouting’s National Honor Society!
Questions or comments? Have ideas on how to make the upcoming conclave great? Want to find other OA members in our Section? Join the Section W2N Facebook Group or send your ideas directly to the section leadership by emailing them.
The National Leadership Seminar (NLS) is a weekend training program focusing on leadership development. Run by the Region Chief and his Advisers, it provides an in-depth look at leadership skills and techniques. An NLS discusses how these skills can be applied in your role in the OA and in other aspects of your life. Find out more information!
Each summer, the Order of the Arrow offers a myriad of different High Adventure opportunities to meet your summer needs whether its wetting your appetite by going for a plunge in the Atlantic Ocean with the Ocean Adventure at the Florida Sea Base; maybe hiking is your passion, what better place to go than the Philmont Scout Ranch where you can hike the same trails as your Scoutmaster or Scouting ancestors as a part of your Trail Crew experience.
Along with your trek, you will be providing service to the high adventure base while meeting new information. Spots fill quick, so visit adventure.oa-bsa.org
today for more information!
Project 2013 is recruiting 700 Arrowmen to serve on the Order of the Arrow staff at the 2013 National Scout Jamboree at The Summit Bechtel Family National Scout Reserve. Project 2013 will be comprised of three groups including the Jamboree Trek Guides, Day of Service Guides, and the OA Service Corps. All three groups will support a variety of new and traditional activities at the jamboree site. This will be the largest OA Service Corps contingent in history and the Order is looking for the best Arrowmen in the organization to join Project 2013.
Interested in taking advantage of this opportunity? Sign up here!