The Pathfinder Curriculum
There are six class levels to the basic Pathfinder program:
Friend, Companion, Explorer, Ranger, Voyager, Guide.  Beginning in
the Ranger class, Pathfinders may elect to enroll in the Teen Leadership
Training (TLT) program.  The objectives of the Pathfinder classes are:

1.  
Achievement: Experiencing successful completion of worthwhile tasks
2.  
Responsibility: Learning to accept and faithfully carry out given
responsibilities
3.  
Respect for Authority: Understanding and accepting the principle of
authority.

Each class has nine tracks to help Pathfinders grow spiritually, mentally
and physically.  They are:
1.  
Personal Growth: Developing an awareness of personal worth and
accomplishment
2.  
Spiritual Discovery: Understanding the working of God in their own
lives, by recognizing God's leading in the lives of others
3.  
Serving Others: Diminishing self-centeredness by focusing on the
needs of others
4.  
Making Friends: Developing positive spiritual and social graces that
will guard against negarive peer pressure
5.  
Health and Fitness: Teaching health to benefit both body and mind
6.  
Youth Organization: Providing a sense of belonging not only to a peer
group but to the church as a whole
7.  
Nature Study:  Revealing God's character through nature
8.  
Outdoor Activities: Meeting the challenges of the outdoors and
improving self-image and problem solving skills
9.
 Honor Enrichment: Introducing a variety of skills to develop a wide
range of interests

Adapted from the manual prepared by Richard and Lyndene Wright for
the 2004 North American Division Leadership Convention, Denver,
Colorado
Class Assignments

Friend

Companion

Explorer

Ranger

Voyager

Guide