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This study examined character attributes associated with participation in ScoutReach, Boy Scouts of America's recent program innovation created to deliver Scouting curriculum to underserved populations. Participants were predominantly Black/African American (72.9%; N = 266, Mage = 10.54, SD = 1.58) and resided in low-income urban communities. Youth completed surveys assessing how much they embody different character attributes (e.g., kindness, helpfulness, hopeful future expectations), and adoi:10.5195/jyd.2015.6 fatcat:73rguafkxrf7li4qwamb445o4e