Registered Activity Providers (RAPs)

Participants who are working within an Award Unit or through the Virtual Award Program must complete an Adventurous Journey through trained Supervisors and Assessors. Not all Award Units choose to train staff/volunteers to deliver their own Adventurous Journey. For programs that have no trained Supervisors and Assessors, the Award USA trains and licenses outdoor providers to deliver training, practice journeys and qualifying journeys.

Registered Activity Providers have the opportunity to offer customized Adventurous Journeys for your Award Unit/ Award group. A local RAP may be able to provide training via after-school or weekend workshops, a weekend practice journey and another weekend qualifying journey that is in-line with your Participants’ school breaks.

Many also advertise pre-planned camp-style Adventurous Journeys that include the training, practice journey and qualifying journey within a 1-2 week camp. An entire Award Unit or Award group can sign up for the pre-planned Adventurous Journey. Participants in the Virtual Award Program (VAP) must complete their Adventurous Journey through one of these pre-planned camp-style Adventurous Journeys.


We are proud to work with the following RAPs to offer Adventurous Journeys around the country:




If your organization is interested in becoming a Registered Activity Provider, please register below.

Interested RAP

    Adventurous Journey (AJ) Supervisors and Assessors are adults with experience and interest in the outdoors. An AJ Supervisor both ensures the safety of participants while on their Adventurous Journey and maintains the standards of the Award. AJ Supervisors work with the team or Participants to ensure that they are adequately trained and prepared for their Journey. An AJ Assessor is tasked with maintaining the high standards of the Award and ensuring that the conditions of the AJ are fulfilled.
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