As part of its rebranding process, ScoutsTT launched its new National Crest on May 24th, 2017. Scouts and venture scouts from 11th Trinidad and cub scouts from 13th Port of Spain and 3rd Diego Martin gathered at Scout Headquarters for the small ceremony.
The launch was chaired by Executive Commissioner, Courtney Bruce who briefly spoke about the importance of having a unique national identity before a new badge was presented to each of the members present by National Scout Commissioner, Roger Berkeley.
About our Logo
The National logo comprises two humming birds coming together, representing the twin island republic of Trinidad and Tobago, against a backdrop of the fleur de lis. The traditional fleur de lis stands behind representing the foundational values of scouting as the premise and purpose of us coming together.
The hummingbird symbolises happiness and playfulness, as well as adaptability, excitement, vitality and resiliency. Despite its small size, this fascinating bird is capable of the most amazing feats, such as traveling great distances and being able to fly backwards. Our use of the hummingbird as a totem may encourage our members to develop their adaptability and resiliency, while keeping a playful and optimistic outlook.
Our logo symbolises the growth, activity, excitement and adventure that scouting offers, while firmly grounded on its key principles, values and objectives. ScoutsTT is a dynamic and evolving movement.