For a unit to qualify for the Golden Passport they must meet the following criteria:
- Have participated in at least one service or conservation project prior to the Rendezvous. Email the Booshway or the Segundo for approval and include your unit number, youth leader name/phone/email, project plan, location, beneficiary, and estimated time to complete.
- Minimum of 6 hours per Person per Unit for service/conservation project
- Documentation that the project has been completed (Letter from organization, picture book with work shown, etc.)
- Have been registered for this Rendezvous event prior to the November 6th, 2015.
- Email verification of the completed criteria to the Booshway and the Segundo along with the total number of hours it took to complete.
The Golden Passport advantages are:
- Early check in time
- Early times for starting activities
- Scheduled times for the Climbing / Rappelling* and Black Powder events- only Golden Passport units will be guaranteed to participate in these events, the most awesome events of the Rendezvous.
- Allows you to skip to the front of long lines
*Climbing / Rappelling scheduling: We expect all available slots for the Climbing / Rappelling event to be filled. This means that many units will not be able to participate in this activity. The units who qualify for the Golden Passport will be guaranteed a time to both Climb and Rappel from the Mountain. Those units not earning the Golden Passport will be able to participate in this event only if slots are not filled with Golden Passport units based on time of registration at the event.
Does not guarantee primative camping.