On my honor I will do my best
To do my duty to God and my country
and to obey the Scout Law;
To help other people at all times;
To keep myself physically strong, mentally awake, and morally straight.
The Central Region Venturing leadership team is led by the Key 3. The Key 3 includes the Central Region Venturing President (a Venturing youth member), the Central Region Venturing Chairman (an adult volunteer) and the Central Region Venturing Staff Advisor (an adult BSA professional staff member) Together the triumvirate guides, directs, and supports Venturing in the Central Region through a variety of methods. The Key 3, in addition to other members of the Central Region Venturing Committee, supports the councils and crews to help meet the needs and interests of the Venturers and Advisors in the Central Region. The Central Region Venturing President serves additionally on the National Venturing Cabinet and is one of the national officers for Venturing.
Dominic Wolters is the Central Region Venturing President for 2017-2018.
Dominic is from Northern Star Council in Saint Paul, MN. His term of office will begin June 1, 2017. An incoming senior at Como Park High School, Dominic enjoys spending time with friends and family, running, swimming, cross-country skiing, and tennis.
Dominic joined the Cub Scouts in the 2nd grade, progressed into Troop 9050 where he earned his Eagle Scout Award with 2 Silver Palms, and then discovered Venturing. During his time as a Venturer, he has served as Co-President of Crew 9761 in Mounds View, MN, Crew Treasurer, and Area 1 Venturing President. Dominic has completed ILSC and NYLT, and has staffed NYLT, University of Scouting, and Introduction to Outdoor Leadership Skills. He has received the Summit Award, Council VLA, Pope Pius XII, Arrow of Light, and Dr. Bernard Harris Supernova Awards.
Prior to joining Venturing, Dominic was very active within his local Order of the Arrow lodge; he served as Northwest District Chapter Chief, Lodge Leadership Development Chair, and as a member of the Nominating Committee. He continues to be active with his lodge and within Northern Star Council through a variety of volunteer roles. Dominic enjoys sharing his passion for Scouting with others, and loves to talk about how Scouting has changed his life.
Outside of Scouting, Dominic is an altar server and involved member of his church and its youth group. He is a member of the National Honor Society, has served as Student Council Treasurer, played tuba in his school band, and volunteers at several local hospitals.