Adventist Investiture Achievement Awards



Adventist Investiture Achievement Awards is an instructor's guide for teaching the requirements of the new (summer 2011) Investiture Achievement Awards to members of Pathfinder Clubs and Adventist Youth Societies. Pathfinders and Adventist Youth are youth clubs operated by the Seventh-day Adventist Church.

Investiture Achievement Award Index


There are 6 Investiture Achievement Awards that have been approved by the North American Division. These are presented below. The stage icons ( ) indicate the percentage of the Investiture Achievement Awards that have comprehensive answers.


The answers here are based on the requirements as adopted for the North American Division.

This answer book is being written by Pathfinders for Pathfinders. Anyone (even non-Pathfinders) can contribute new answers or edit existing answers, and the reader is encouraged to become an active participant in the development of this continually evolving work.

Guidelines for Contributors


If you wish to contribute, welcome! Here are some guidelines.

The requirements for every award are in the process of being entered. Instruction for meeting the requirement, or an answer to the question posed by the requirement should follow the requirement. Look at some of the existing answers to see how they are structured before you begin. Press the "edit this page" link to see how wiki markup is done, and be sure to check out the "editing help" link that appears at the bottom of a page being edited.

Please do not copy content from copyrighted sources without securing permission first. This especially applies to the answers in the official Answer Books by Leland Davis. It also applies to content that other people have written for various Pathfinder websites and to images you find on the Internet. Please read the Wikibooks:Copyrights section for more information. It is OK to gather information from these resources, and you are encouraged to consult multiple sources - but with few exceptions, you must put answers in your own words.

Resources in the public domain can be incorporated here without any constraints. This includes original works by the US government and anything published in the US before 1923. You also may copy content (modified or verbatim) from Wikipedia, and you may use any images you find in the Wikimedia Commons. Be aware though that many Wikipedia articles are written at a very high level, often requiring a college education (or medical degree!) to fully understand.

Keep your audience in mind when writing. Try to use language that is geared toward the typical instructor that will be teaching this award. It's OK to use technical terms as long as they are explained in the text.