The Philmont Staff Association
The PSA unites the Philmont staff – past, present, and future – for the purpose of serving the adventure, heritage, and experience of Philmont and the Boy Scouts of America.
Who can join?
If you are a current or former seasonal staff member of Philmont you can…
If you are a current or former PTC instructor, host or facilitator you can…
If you were an instructor at Philmont for NJLIC or NAYLE Staff you can…
Double H Staff
If you are a former seasonal staff member of the Double H you can…
Benefits of Membership
Get in touch with other members of the PSA or locate your former tent mate to send them a holiday card.
Receive our award-winning High Country magazine in digital or paper format at least six times a year. Special editions too!
Reunions and Treks
Participate in our annual reunion at Philmont. Trek the backcountry in the summer and fall. And attend local reunions.
Cast your vote for our governing board every three years and even run for a position yourself.
SeasonalFor up to 3 years after working
E-MembershipsHigh Country in your Inbox
AnnualWith multi-year discounts
FamilyAll staff in your family
Statement on Racism and Inequality
The Philmont Staff Association condemns racism in any form. At this time in history when intolerable actions have again brought our collective national attention to tragedies faced by those in the Black, Indigenous and People of Color communities, we affirm our stand for equality and justice for these groups and the individuals…
Ways The PSA Supports Philmont Staff
- Building HOmE Pledged 100% 100%
- Building HOmE Given 93.22% 93.22%
- 2020 Annual Fund 131.13% 131.13%
Recent Blog Posts
We invite all PSA members and their families to join us in 2021 for the Annual PSA Reunion. 2021 is the 50th Anniversary of the Philmont Conservation Department. The schedule will include activities and programs suited for all members of the PSA, even if you didn’t...
Even before the devastating Ute Park Fire was finally extinguished, PSA members began asking how they could help. Many contributed to the Fire Recovery Fund, but others wanted to provide hands-on assistance. They wanted to be on-site and help heal the land they love.
First the Ute Park Fire in 2018 and then the Pandemic in 2020. Two Philmont camping seasons canceled. No summer treks for anyone. Let’s all hope that 2021 returns to something somewhat normal for all the Scouts and Leaders yearning to visit Philmont for the first time or again. If the PSA can squeeze in some crews, that will be even better!