Eagle Scout Kris Zahrobsky was working part-time in his local Scout shop when the Scout executive approached him with a surprising proposition.
“They’re coming out with this thing called Venturing, and I want you to lead the effort for our council,” she said.
He was 18 at the time, and his biggest leadership role to date had been serving as vice chief of his Order of the Arrow lodge. He took the challenge, anyway.
That was just the beginning. The day he turned 21, he became Area 7 Venturing Advisor, a role he would hold for 13 years. Two years ago, after a stint as Central Region Venturing Advisor, he became the national Venturing Advisor.
Read more at https://scoutingmagazine.org/2018/02/venturing-leader-present-programs-creation/