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Become an Explorer Today!

If you are a male or female between 14 and 20 years old, you can get started in Exploring today! Simply visit our Career Fields page and decide which Explorer Posts you are interested in. Then start your registration process by completing this short questionnaire. Don't see the career field you are interested in? Let us know through the Career Interest Survey.

Download our current Exploring Catalog to learn a little about our Exploring Posts and how to get involved.

Middle School Clubs are starting across the Denver Area this year! If your Middle School is interested in starting a club, contact Exploring Executive Elliot Chong.

Explorers in Action

Exploring's 5 Areas of Emphasis

  1. Career Opportunities
    Real Word Career Experiences Through Hands-On Activities
  2. Leadership Experience
    Leadership Skills Employers Crave
  3. Life Skill Development
    Conflict-resolution, Problem Solving, Relationship Skills
  4. Citizenship
    Learn the Democratic Process and Respect for Others Through Service Learning
  5. Character Education
    Ethical Decision Making


Explorer Updates and Articles

  • YOURHUB - Youth Explorers Graduate Academy
    Check out this article by YourHub on our Denver Police Explorer Post!
  • Exploring Info
    Need to build your resume for work or college? Exploring helps you gain the knowledge and skills necessary to put you one step above the rest! Check out the many Explorer Posts offering hands on activities for 14-20 year olds and find out which career is right for you!
  • Middle School Explorer Clubs
    Middle Schools looking for youth career programs can start an Explorer Club for their students! 6th-8th grade students can explore various careers through hands-on activities guided by professionals in that field!
  • LEEPAAC Exploring Conference
    LEEPAAC has begun planning the 2015 Regional Law Enforcement Explorer Conference!
  • Experience STEM 'Philmont-style'
    Experience STEM 'Philmont-style'
  • International Association of Astronomical Studies
    Do you have an interest in astronomy, amateur radio, aerospace, the sciences, or engineering? Check out the International Association of Astronomical Studies Explorer Post!

Start an Explorer Post

The Denver Area Council is always looking to expand the career fields available through Exploring. If your company would like to give back to the community in a meaningful way- get involved in Exploring! Contact an Exploring Executive to find out more.

  • Cultivate future employees
  • Prepare young adults for transition from school to work
  • Develop future responsible and caring adults
  • Improve staff teamwork working on common goals outside of normal work
  • Contribute visibly to the welfare of the community

Unable to dedicate the time and manpower to starting an Explorer Post? Make a donation to support an Explorer Post or event!

Donate Now to Denver Exploring Support Youth Exploring

In 2014 the Denver Area Council served approximately 1,500 youth Explorers in 62 Explorer Posts and Clubs. Our Youth Scholarship Program provided $13,000 in funding to ensure all interested youth were able to participate in a career program of their choice. Help us reach our goal in 2015 by serving 2,000 youth and providing leadership, character development, civic engagement, life-skills, and work readiness through Exploring in Metro Denver.

Intravenous administrationYou can make a difference by donating today! 

  • Support an Explorer for $100
  • Support an Explorer Post for $650
  • Support a Career Awareness Special Event for $1,000
    Adventure Day
    Fishing Derby
    STEAM Summer Camp

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