Part live show. Part game. All fun.

THE PROGRAM

/ MISSIONS

Learning the skills

Live at 5pm (ET/PT) every weekday. Each Mission is like a game show for life skills—they’ll learn empathy as they identify the right suspect or self-regulation as they escape a mysterious jungle. The Missions are 30 to 60-minute livestreams.

iPad frameiPad screen images depict what a child will see during an Ever Scouts live Mission. How they will get information from their guide, answer group polls, and see the answers and what will happen next.iPad screen images depict what a child will see during an Ever Scouts live Mission. How they will get information from their guide, answer group polls, and see the answers and what will happen next.iPad screen images depict what a child will see during an Ever Scouts live Mission. How they will get information from their guide, answer group polls, and see the answers and what will happen next.

/ CHALLENGES

Practicing on their own

Each 5-minute Challenge allows kids to process what they’ve learned and show off their new skills, as they earn points and unlock badges.

iPad screen images depict what a child will see during an Ever Scouts Challenge activity - like solving a puzzles and riddles.iPad screen images depict what a child will see during an Ever Scouts Challenge activity - like solving a puzzles and riddles.iPad screen images depict what a child will see during an Ever Scouts Challenge activity - like solving a puzzles and riddles.iPad screen images depict what a child will see during an Ever Scouts Challenge activity - like solving a puzzles and riddles.

/ LEVELS

Demonstrating mastery

As Scouts participate in Missions and Challenges, we track their progress in the 12 Keys and once they’ve shown improvement, they graduate to a new level and keep building their skills.

iPad screen images depict what a child will see as they advance to a new level of life skills mastery in the Ever Scouts program.

More fun with friends*

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Sam 3:50PM

Hey Mia!

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Mia 3:50PM

Hi Sam! ⭐️

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Sam 3:50PM

Wasn’t that mission so cool? I can’t believe we cracked the code.

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Mia 3:50PM

I know! I’m inventing my own cypher - want to help?️

*We’re parents first, so we designed a uniquely safe chat program.

The skills kids actually need for life

“The most important thing kids can learn to prepare for the future is responsibility - to themselves, and to others.”

/ Sue Wasiolek
former Dean of Students
Duke University (1981-2021)

“Soft skills” aren’t soft, they can be backed by hard data

To help kids prepare for their future, we need to help track progress. Our responsibility quotient, or “RQ,” is a proprietary assessment tool measuring where Scouts are on their journey with our 12 Key life skills.

Our methodology is:

/ INNOVATIVE

capitalizes on latest theory and technology.

/ UNOBTRUSIVE

doesn’t disrupt the fun of the learning or program experience.

/ OBJECTIVE

we observe what kids do in real-life adjacent situations, rated against a universal standard.

Parents can follow along on their Scout’s journey through personalized updates, helping them understand strengths and opportunity areas in a whole new way.

I love that the RQ is individualized to each child. It identifies strengths and areas for growth.

/ Neha, NC

Other benefits to our measurement approach

Co-created with kids, for kids

Scouts don’t just participate in Ever Scouts—they help bring it to life. They’ve advised our game designers, given feedback on Missions and Challenges, and even helped inform the look-and-feel of our content.

Join Ever Scouts

The Ever Scouts app launches at the end of October.
You're invited to try our live Missions for free!

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