Congratulations to our Cub Scouts for earning their awards for Jewish scouting. One of the most rewarding parts of being a Scout is earning an emblem. An emblem signifies the hard work a Scout goes through to learn about their religion and its customs. The National Jewish Committee on Scouting has developed a program of religious emblems as a unified, graduated program that teaches Judaism in age-appropriate increments.

Cub Scouts (grades 1–5) can earn three types of emblems: The Aryeh (for Kindergarten and First Graders),  The Maccabee (which is for First through Third Graders) then allows the Scouts to advance to earn The Aleph which can be earned up through Fifth Grade with a counselor.