* * An Adult should not do what a Scout can * *

An invaluable step in character training is to put responsibility on the individual.
Lord Baden-Powell

Executive Officer + -
GENERAL INFORMATION
Type: Appointed by the Charter Organization (WB PTC)
Term: Appointed annually during unit recharter
Reports to: Charter Organization
Description: The Executive Officer is the leader of the chartered organization (WB PTC).
Comments: The Executive Officer is not required to be a BSA-registered Scouter. However, registration is recommended, and if registered the Executive Officer will have to complete Youth Protection Training. The purpose of this position is to ensure the BSA knows how to contact the leader of the charter organization.
QUALIFICATIONS
Comments: Not required to be a Scouter.
PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS
Training:
If the Executive Officer registers with BSA, then Youth Protection training is required for all BSA registered volunteers, regardless of their position. New leaders are required to take Youth Protection training before they submit an application for registration. The certificate of completion for this training must be submitted at the time application is made and before volunteer service with youth begins.
Attendance: You are encouraged to visit troop committee meetings and troop meetings.
GENERAL LEADERSHIP RESPONSIBILITIES
None.
SPECIFIC LEADERSHIP RESPONSIBILITIES
None.

Kim Enriquez
Wolf Branch District 113 PTC

Charter Representative + -
GENERAL INFORMATION
Type: Appointed by the chartered organization (WB PTC)
Term: Appointed annually during unit recharter
Reports to: Chartered Organization (WB PTC)
Description: The Chartered Organization Representative (COR) is the direct contact between the unit and the Chartered Organization. This individual is also the organization's contact with the District Committee and the Local Council. The chartered organization representative may become a member of the district committee and is a voting member of the council. If the chartered organization has more than one unit, one representative serves them all. The Chartered Organization Representative appoints the Unit Committee Chair.
Comments: One of the 3 Key positions of the unit.
QUALIFICATIONS
Age: 21 or older
Rank: Registered Scouter
Experience: Previous involvement with Boy Scouting (Desired but not required)
Comments: Adults citizens, or adult non-citizens who reside within the country, may register with the Boy Scouts of America in any capacity if they agree to abide by the Scout Oath or Promise and the Scout Law, to respect and obey the laws of the United States of America, and to subscribe to the precepts of the Declaration of Religious Principle. All leaders must be 21 years of age or older, except assistant Scoutmasters, assistant den leaders, assistant Cubmasters, assistant Webelos den leaders, and assistant Varsity Scout coaches, who must be 18 or older.
PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS
Training:
1. Youth Protection training is required for all BSA registered volunteers, regardless of their position. New leaders are required to take Youth Protection training before they submit an application for registration. The certificate of completion for this training must be submitted at the time application is made and before volunteer service with youth begins.
2. Fast Start
3. This is Scouting.
4. Chartered Organization Representative Training
5. Troop Committee Challenge
Attendance: You are expected to actively attend troop committee and Lewis & Clark Council meetings.
Effort: You are expected to give this job your best effort.
GENERAL LEADERSHIP RESPONSIBILITIES
Uniform: Set the example by wearing your uniform correctly. This means that you will wear all of the parts of the troop uniform, shirttail tucked in, with all required badges in their correct locations.
Behavior: Set the example by living the Scout Oath and Law in your everyday life. Show Scout Spirit in everything you say and do.
Attendance: Set the example by being an active Scouter. Be on-time for meetings and activities. Be available to sign Scouter applications.
SPECIFIC LEADERSHIP RESPONSIBILITIES
Help select the right leadership for the unit.
Encourage unit leaders and committee members to take training.
Promote well-planned unit programs.
Serve as a liaison between the units and the organization.
Organize enough units.
Promote the recruiting of new members.
See that boys transition from unit to unit.
Help with the charter renewal.
Suggest Good Turns for the organization.
Encourage the unit committee to hold meetings.
Cultivate organization leaders.
Encourage outdoor program activities.
Emphasize advancement and recognition.
Utilize district help and promote the use of district personnel and materials.
Use approved unit finance policies.
Encourage recognition of leaders.
Cultivate resources to support the organization.
Represent the organization at the council level.

Wolf Branch District 113 PTC
Kim Enriquez

Unit Commissioner + -
GENERAL INFORMATION
Type: Appointed by the district commissioner with the approval of the council executive board.
Term: Appointed indefinitely
Reports to: St Clair District Commissioner
Description: Unit Commissioners are district and council leaders who help Scout units succeed. They coach and consult with adult leaders of Cub Scout packs, Boy Scout troops, and Venturing crews. Unit Commissioners help maintain the standards of the Boy Scouts of America. They also oversee the unit charter renewal plan so that each unit reregisters on time with an optimum number of youth and adult members.
Comments: Not a member of the unit, but advises the Unit Key 3.
QUALIFICATIONS
Age: 21 or older
Rank: Registered Scouter
Experience: Unit commissioners should have excellent people skills, have a Scouting background or be fast-track learners, and know and practice Scouting ideals
Comments:Adults citizens, or adult non-citizens who reside within the country, may register with the Boy Scouts of America in any capacity if they agree to abide by the Scout Oath or Promise and the Scout Law, to respect and obey the laws of the United States of America, and to subscribe to the precepts of the Declaration of Religious Principle. All leaders must be 21 years of age or older, except assistant Scoutmasters, assistant den leaders, assistant Cubmasters, assistant Webelos den leaders, and assistant Varsity Scout coaches, who must be 18 or older.
PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS
Training:
1. Youth Protection training is required for all BSA registered volunteers, regardless of their position. New leaders are required to take Youth Protection training before they submit an application for registration. The certificate of completion for this training must be submitted at the time application is made and before volunteer service with youth begins.
2. Unit Commissioner Fast Start
3. This is Scouting.
4. Leader Specific Training
5. Training as listed in the Commissioner Fieldbook
Attendance: You are expected to periodically attend troop committee meetings, troop meetings, Patrol Leaders' Council meetings, outings, and service projects.
Effort: You are expected to give this job your best effort.
GENERAL LEADERSHIP RESPONSIBILITIES
Uniform: Set the example by wearing your uniform correctly. This means that you will wear all of the parts of the troop uniform, shirttail tucked in, with all required badges in their correct locations.
Behavior: Set the example by living the Scout Oath and Law in your everyday life. Show Scout Spirit in everything you say and do.
Attendance: Set the example by being an active Scouter. Be on-time for meetings and activities.
SPECIFIC LEADERSHIP RESPONSIBILITIES
A commissioner plays several roles, including friend, representative, unit "doctor," teacher, and counselor.
The commissioner is a friend of the unit. Of all their roles, this one is the most important. It springs from the attitude, "I care, I am here to help,what can I do for you?" Caring is the ingredient that makes commissioner service successful. He or she is an advocate of unit needs. A commissioner who makes himself known and accepted now will be called on in future times of trouble.
The commissioner is a representative. The average unit leader is totally occupied in working with kids. Some have little if any contact with the Boy Scouts of America other than a commissioner's visit to their meeting. To them, the commissioner may be the BSA. The commissioner helps represent the ideals, the principles, and the policies of the Scouting movement.
The commissioner is a unit "doctor." In their role as "doctor," they know that prevention is better than a cure, so they try to see that their units make good "health practices" a way of life. When problems arise, and they will even in the best unit, they act quickly. They observe symptoms, diagnose the real ailment, prescribe a remedy, and follow up on the patient.
The commissioner is a teacher. As a commissioner, they will have a wonderful opportunity to participate in the growth of unit leaders by sharing knowledge with them. They teach not just in an academic environment, but where it counts most—as an immediate response to a need to know. That is the best adult learning situation since the lesson is instantly reinforced by practical application of the new knowledge.
The commissioner is a counsellor. As a Scouting counselor, they will help units solve their own problems. Counseling is the best role when unit leaders don't recognize a problem and where solutions are not clear-cut. Everyone needs counseling from time to time, even experienced leaders.

Cory Reeves

Scoutmaster + -
GENERAL INFORMATION
Type: Appointed by the chartered organization (WB PTC)
Term: Appointed annually during unit recharter
Reports to: Troop Committee
Description: The Scoutmaster is the adult responsible for working directly with the Scouts to help them create the program for the troop. The Scoutmaster trains boy leaders to run the troop by providing direction, coaching, and support.
Comments: One of the Unit Key 3 positions. Not a member of the Troop Committee, but is expected to participate.
QUALIFICATIONS
Age: 18 or older
Rank: Registered Scouter
Experience: Previous involvement with Boy Scouting (Desired but not required)
Comments: Adults citizens, or adult non-citizens who reside within the country, may register with the Boy Scouts of America in any capacity if they agree to abide by the Scout Oath or Promise and the Scout Law, to respect and obey the laws of the United States of America, and to subscribe to the precepts of the Declaration of Religious Principle. All leaders must be 21 years of age or older, except assistant Scoutmasters, assistant den leaders, assistant Cubmasters, assistant Webelos den leaders, and assistant Varsity Scout coaches, who must be 18 or older.
PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS
Training:
1. Youth Protection training is required for all BSA registered volunteers, regardless of their position. New leaders are required to take Youth Protection training before they submit an application for registration. The certificate of completion for this training must be submitted at the time application is made and before volunteer service with youth begins.
2. Fast Start
3. This is Scouting.
4. Introduction to Outdoor Leader Skills
5. Scoutmaster/Assistant Scoutmaster Training
6. Wood Badge
Attendance: You are expected to actively attend troop committee meetings, troop meetings, Patrol Leaders' Council meetings, outings, and service projects.
Effort: You are expected to give this job your best effort.
GENERAL LEADERSHIP RESPONSIBILITIES
Uniform: Set the example by wearing your uniform correctly. This means that you will wear all of the parts of the troop uniform, shirttail tucked in, with all required badges in their correct locations.
Behavior: Set the example by living the Scout Oath and Law in your everyday life. Show Scout Spirit in everything you say and do.
Attendance: Set the example by being an active Scouter. Be on-time for meetings and activities. "Be there."
SPECIFIC LEADERSHIP RESPONSIBILITIES
Conduct the Boy Scout program according to the policies of the Boy Scouts of America.
Train youth leaders by conducting, at least yearly, an introduction to leadership and a team-building workshop.
Conduct an annual troop program planning conference to assist youth leaders in planning the troop program.
Conduct a monthly patrol leaders’ council meeting to plan weekly troop meetings and conduct troop business.
Conduct, through the patrol leaders’ council, weekly troop meetings.
Provide a minimum of 10 days and nights of camping yearly, including participation in a local council resident camp.
Assist in selecting and recruiting assistant Scoutmasters to work with the new-Scout patrol and the Venture patrol for older Scouts.
Work with the troop committee chair in developing a monthly meeting agenda that will address the needs of the troop. Conduct Scoutmaster conferences for all ranks.
Participate in Boy Scout Leader Fast Start Training, New Leader Essentials, and Scoutmaster and Assistant Scoutmaster Leader Specific Training.
Provide the necessary framework (using the BSA’s Youth Protection program) for protecting the young people in your troop from abuse.
See that activities are conducted within BSA safety guidelines and requirements.

Ward Walker

Assistant Scoutmaster + -
GENERAL INFORMATION
Type: Appointed by the Unit Key 3
Term: Appointed annually during unit recharter
Reports to: ScoutMaster
Description: The Assistant Scoutmaster is an adult leader age 18 or over who assists the Scoutmaster in delivering the troop program.
Comments: Not a member of the Troop Committee, but is encouraged to participate.
QUALIFICATIONS
Age: 18 or older
Rank: Registered Scouter
Experience: Previous involvement with Boy Scouting (Desired but not required)
Comments: Adults citizens, or adult non-citizens who reside within the country, may register with the Boy Scouts of America in any capacity if they agree to abide by the Scout Oath or Promise and the Scout Law, to respect and obey the laws of the United States of America, and to subscribe to the precepts of the Declaration of Religious Principle. All leaders must be 21 years of age or older, except assistant Scoutmasters, assistant den leaders, assistant Cubmasters, assistant Webelos den leaders, and assistant Varsity Scout coaches, who must be 18 or older.
PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS
Training:
1. Youth Protection training is required for all BSA registered volunteers, regardless of their position. New leaders are required to take Youth Protection training before they submit an application for registration. The certificate of completion for this training must be submitted at the time application is made and before volunteer service with youth begins.
2. Fast Start
3. This is Scouting.
4. Introduction to Outdoor Leader Skills
5. Scoutmaster/Assistant Scoutmaster Training
6. Wood Badge
Attendance: You are expected to actively attend troop committee meetings, troop meetings, Patrol Leaders' Council meetings, outings, and service projects.
Effort: You are expected to give this job your best effort.
GENERAL LEADERSHIP RESPONSIBILITIES
Uniform: Set the example by wearing your uniform correctly. This means that you will wear all of the parts of the troop uniform, shirttail tucked in, with all required badges in their correct locations.
Behavior: Set the example by living the Scout Oath and Law in your everyday life. Show Scout Spirit in everything you say and do.
Attendance: Set the example by being an active Scouter. Be on-time for meetings and activities. "Be there."
SPECIFIC LEADERSHIP RESPONSIBILITIES
Assistant Scoutmasters identified in the BSA's Troop organizational chart are as follows:
Assistant Scoutmaster regular (aka experienced) patrol. Assists in providing two-deep leadership in smaller troops; may be assigned to one or more regular patrols in larger troops.
Assistant Scoutmaster - new-Scout patrol. Works with the Troop Guide, new-Scout Patrol Leader and Den Chief to help deliver the troop program to Scouts without experience (often 11- and 12-year olds) entering the troop. While not the proper title, this position is more commonly known as the "Eleven-year-old Scout Leader" in LDS units because the LDS Primary Organization of the 11-year-old new-Scout patrol is separate from the rest of the troop, and therefore rarely has a Troop Guide.
Assistant Scoutmaster - Venture. Works with the Venture Patrol Leader in delivering high adventure and sports program the Venture patrol who's members are usually 13+ and of higher rank.
Assistant Scoutmasters in larger troops may be directed by the Scoutmaster to assist in skills instruction and adult assistance with delivering the troop program. Duties may overlap or assist with roles in the Troop Committee. Assistant Scoutmasters not on BSA's troop organizational chart may be assigned and charged for specific duties. Common examples are:
Assistant Scoutmaster - Program. Understands the troop program and may be assigned to work with an Assistant Senior Patrol Leader in charge of program.
Assistant Scoutmaster - Service. Assists in the troop's service activities, and may be assigned to work with the Quartermaster.
Assistant Scoutmaster - Technology. Understands the troop computer and audio-visual equipment.
Assistant Scoutmaster - Administration. Assists with records and materials; may be assigned to work with the Assistant Senior Patrol Leader.

Gene Chambers - New Scout Patrol & Venture Crew
Dan Gillen
Rob Anderson
Paul Pulse - Senior Scouts / Eagle Mentor
Jimmy Wiley

Committee Chair + -
GENERAL INFORMATION
Type: Appointed by the chartered organization (WB PTC)
Term: Appointed annually during unit recharter
Reports to: Chartered Organization
Description: The Scoutmaster is the adult responsible for working directly with the Scouts to help them create the program for the troop. The Scoutmaster trains boy leaders to run the troop by providing direction, coaching, and support.
Comments: One of the Unit Key 3 positions.
QUALIFICATIONS
Age: 21 or older
Rank: Registered Scouter
Experience: Previous involvement with Boy Scouting (Desired but not required)
Comments: Adults citizens, or adult non-citizens who reside within the country, may register with the Boy Scouts of America in any capacity if they agree to abide by the Scout Oath or Promise and the Scout Law, to respect and obey the laws of the United States of America, and to subscribe to the precepts of the Declaration of Religious Principle. All leaders must be 21 years of age or older, except assistant Scoutmasters, assistant den leaders, assistant Cubmasters, assistant Webelos den leaders, and assistant Varsity Scout coaches, who must be 18 or older.
PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS
Training:
1. Youth Protection training is required for all BSA registered volunteers, regardless of their position. New leaders are required to take Youth Protection training before they submit an application for registration. The certificate of completion for this training must be submitted at the time application is made and before volunteer service with youth begins.
2. Fast Start
3. This is Scouting.
4. Troop Committee Challenge
5. Wood Badge
Attendance: You are expected to actively attend troop committee meetings, troop meetings, Patrol Leaders' Council meetings, outings, and service projects.
Effort: You are expected to give this job your best effort.
GENERAL LEADERSHIP RESPONSIBILITIES
Uniform: Set the example by wearing your uniform correctly. This means that you will wear all of the parts of the troop uniform, shirttail tucked in, with all required badges in their correct locations.
Behavior: Set the example by living the Scout Oath and Law in your everyday life. Show Scout Spirit in everything you say and do.
Attendance: Set the example by being an active Scouter. Be on-time for meetings and activities. "Be there."
SPECIFIC LEADERSHIP RESPONSIBILITIES
Organize the committee to see that all functions are delegated, coordinated and completed.
Maintain a close relationship with the chartered organization representative and the Scoutmaster.
See that unit leaders and committee members have training opportunities.
Interpret national and local policies to the unit.
Work closely with the Scoutmaster in preparing Troop Committee meeting agendas.
Call, preside over, and promote attendance at monthly unit committee meetings and any special meetings that may be called.
Ensure unit representation at monthly roundtables.
Secure top-notch, trained individuals for camp membership.
Arrange for charter review and recharter annually.
Plan the charter presentation program.

Gary Conway

Secretary + -
GENERAL INFORMATION
Type: Appointed by the Committee Chair
Term: Appointed annually during unit recharter
Reports to: Troop Committee Chair
Description: The unit secretary is appointed by the unit committee chairman to keep minutes and records, send notices, and handle publicity.
Comments: A member of the Troop Committee, but is expected to assist the Assistant Senior Patrol Leader to mentor the unit Scribe.
QUALIFICATIONS
Age: 21 or older
Rank: Registered Scouter
Experience:None required.
Comments: Adults citizens, or adult non-citizens who reside within the country, may register with the Boy Scouts of America in any capacity if they agree to abide by the Scout Oath or Promise and the Scout Law, to respect and obey the laws of the United States of America, and to subscribe to the precepts of the Declaration of Religious Principle. All leaders must be 21 years of age or older, except assistant Scoutmasters, assistant den leaders, assistant Cubmasters, assistant Webelos den leaders, and assistant Varsity Scout coaches, who must be 18 or older.
PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS
Training:
1. Youth Protection training is required for all BSA registered volunteers, regardless of their position. New leaders are required to take Youth Protection training before they submit an application for registration. The certificate of completion for this training must be submitted at the time application is made and before volunteer service with youth begins.
2. Fast Start
3. This is Scouting.
4. Troop Committee Challenge
Attendance: You are expected to actively attend troop committee meetings.
Effort: You are expected to give this job your best effort.
GENERAL LEADERSHIP RESPONSIBILITIES
Uniform: Set the example by wearing your uniform correctly. This means that you will wear all of the parts of the troop uniform, shirttail tucked in, with all required badges in their correct locations.
Behavior: Set the example by living the Scout Oath and Law in your everyday life. Show Scout Spirit in everything you say and do.
Attendance: Set the example by being an active Scouter. Be on-time for meetings and activities.
SPECIFIC LEADERSHIP RESPONSIBILITIES
Keep minutes of meetings and send out committee meeting notices.
Handle publicity.
Prepare a family newsletter of troop/team/crew events and activities.
Conduct the troop/team/crew resource survey.
Plan for family night programs and family activities.
At each meeting, report the minutes of the previous meeting.

Gary Conway

Treasurer + -
GENERAL INFORMATION
Type: Appointed by the Committee Chair
Term: Appointed annually during unit recharter
Reports to: Troop Committee Chair
Description: The unit treasurer is appointed by the unit committee chairman to handle troop/team/crew funds, pay bills, maintain accounts, coordinate the annual Friends of Scouting campaign, and supervise fundraising.
Comments: A member of the Troop Committee, but is expected to assist the Assistant Senior Patrol Leader to mentor the unit Scribe.
QUALIFICATIONS
Age: 21 or older
Rank: Registered Scouter
Experience:None required.
Comments: Adults citizens, or adult non-citizens who reside within the country, may register with the Boy Scouts of America in any capacity if they agree to abide by the Scout Oath or Promise and the Scout Law, to respect and obey the laws of the United States of America, and to subscribe to the precepts of the Declaration of Religious Principle. All leaders must be 21 years of age or older, except assistant Scoutmasters, assistant den leaders, assistant Cubmasters, assistant Webelos den leaders, and assistant Varsity Scout coaches, who must be 18 or older.
PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS
Training:
1. Youth Protection training is required for all BSA registered volunteers, regardless of their position. New leaders are required to take Youth Protection training before they submit an application for registration. The certificate of completion for this training must be submitted at the time application is made and before volunteer service with youth begins.
2. Fast Start
3. This is Scouting.
4. Troop Committee Challenge
Attendance: You are expected to actively attend troop committee meetings and troop meetings.
Effort: You are expected to give this job your best effort.
GENERAL LEADERSHIP RESPONSIBILITIES
Uniform: Set the example by wearing your uniform correctly. This means that you will wear all of the parts of the troop uniform, shirttail tucked in, with all required badges in their correct locations.
Behavior: Set the example by living the Scout Oath and Law in your everyday life. Show Scout Spirit in everything you say and do.
Attendance: Set the example by being an active Scouter. Be on-time for meetings and activities.
SPECIFIC LEADERSHIP RESPONSIBILITIES
Handle all troop funds. Pay bills on recommendation of the Scoutmaster and authorization of the unit committee.
Maintain the unit’s checking and savings accounts.
Train and supervise the troop Scribe in record keeping.
Keep adequate records in the Troop Record Book.
Supervise money-earning projects, including obtaining proper authorizations.
Supervise the camp savings plan.
Lead in the preparation of the annual troop budget.
Lead the Friends of Scouting campaign.
Report to the unit committee at each meeting.
Receive unit income each week from the troop scribe.

Renee Walker

Advancement Chairman + -
GENERAL INFORMATION
Type: Appointed by the Committee Chair
Term: Appointed annually during unit recharter
Reports to: Troop Committee Chair
Description: The unit advancement chair is appointed by the committee chairman to ensure that the unit has at least monthly boards of review, quarterly courts of honor, and that the unit has goals of helping each Scout advance a rank each year and for new Scouts to reach First Class rank during their first year. The advancement chair is also responsible for record keeping and submitting advancement reports.
Comments: A member of the Troop Committee, but is expected to assist the Assistant Senior Patrol Leader to mentor the unit Scribe and Librarian.
QUALIFICATIONS
Age: 21 or older
Rank: Registered Scouter
Experience:None required.
Comments: Adults citizens, or adult non-citizens who reside within the country, may register with the Boy Scouts of America in any capacity if they agree to abide by the Scout Oath or Promise and the Scout Law, to respect and obey the laws of the United States of America, and to subscribe to the precepts of the Declaration of Religious Principle. All leaders must be 21 years of age or older, except assistant Scoutmasters, assistant den leaders, assistant Cubmasters, assistant Webelos den leaders, and assistant Varsity Scout coaches, who must be 18 or older.
PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS
Training:
1. Youth Protection training is required for all BSA registered volunteers, regardless of their position. New leaders are required to take Youth Protection training before they submit an application for registration. The certificate of completion for this training must be submitted at the time application is made and before volunteer service with youth begins.
2. Fast Start
3. This is Scouting.
4. Troop Committee Challenge
Attendance: You are expected to actively attend troop committee meetings and troop meetings.
Effort: You are expected to give this job your best effort.
GENERAL LEADERSHIP RESPONSIBILITIES
Uniform: Set the example by wearing your uniform correctly. This means that you will wear all of the parts of the troop uniform, shirttail tucked in, with all required badges in their correct locations.
Behavior: Set the example by living the Scout Oath and Law in your everyday life. Show Scout Spirit in everything you say and do.
Attendance: Set the example by being an active Scouter. Be on-time for meetings and activities.
SPECIFIC LEADERSHIP RESPONSIBILITIES
Encourage Scouts to advance in rank.
Works with troop Scribe to maintain all Scout advancement records.
Arranges troop boards of review and quarterly courts of honor.
Develop and maintain a merit badge counselor list.
Make a prompt report on the correct form to the council service center when a troop/team board of review is held. Secure badges and certificates.
Work with the troop librarian to build and maintain a troop library of merit badge pamphlets and other advancement literature.
Report to the troop committee each month.

Jennifer Carril

Outdoor/Activities Chair + -
GENERAL INFORMATION
Type: Appointed by the Committee Chair
Term: Appointed annually during unit recharter
Reports to: Troop Committee Chair
Description: The Unit Outdoor/Activities Chair is appointed by the committee chairman to secure tour permits and permission to use camping sites, serve as transportation coordinator, and ensure a monthly outdoor program.
Comments: A member of the Troop Committee.
QUALIFICATIONS
Age: 21 or older
Rank: Registered Scouter
Experience:None required.
Comments: Adults citizens, or adult non-citizens who reside within the country, may register with the Boy Scouts of America in any capacity if they agree to abide by the Scout Oath or Promise and the Scout Law, to respect and obey the laws of the United States of America, and to subscribe to the precepts of the Declaration of Religious Principle. All leaders must be 21 years of age or older, except assistant Scoutmasters, assistant den leaders, assistant Cubmasters, assistant Webelos den leaders, and assistant Varsity Scout coaches, who must be 18 or older.
PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS
Training:
1. Youth Protection training is required for all BSA registered volunteers, regardless of their position. New leaders are required to take Youth Protection training before they submit an application for registration. The certificate of completion for this training must be submitted at the time application is made and before volunteer service with youth begins.
2. Fast Start
3. This is Scouting.
4. Troop Committee Challenge
Attendance: You are expected to actively attend troop committee meetings, troop meetings, and activities/campouts.
Effort: You are expected to give this job your best effort.
GENERAL LEADERSHIP RESPONSIBILITIES
Uniform: Set the example by wearing your uniform correctly. This means that you will wear all of the parts of the troop uniform, shirttail tucked in, with all required badges in their correct locations.
Behavior: Set the example by living the Scout Oath and Law in your everyday life. Show Scout Spirit in everything you say and do.
Attendance: Set the example by being an active Scouter. Be on-time for meetings and activities. "Be there."
SPECIFIC LEADERSHIP RESPONSIBILITIES
Supervise, promote and coordinate attendance at unit, district and council camps and events.
Supervise youth leadership to arrange leadership/chaperons, transportation, tour permits, facility/camp reservations and first-aid for all outings. Approves all arrangements and documents.
Promote the National Camping Award.
Promote, through family meetings, attendance at troop campouts, camporees, and summer camp to reach the goal of an outing per month.
Participate in Scouting for Food.
Takes advantage of all district and council events and activities.
Report to the troop committee each month.
Has all adult leaders review the Guide to Safe Scouting.

Robert "Bob" Lonsdale

Equipment Coordinator + -
GENERAL INFORMATION
Type: Appointed by the Committee Chair
Term: Appointed annually during unit recharter
Reports to: Troop Committee Chair
Description: The Equipment Coordinator ensures the troop camping equipment and trailer is in good repair, correctly stocked, and safe to operate.
Comments: A member of the Troop Committee, but is expected to assist the Assistant Senior Patrol Leader to mentor the unit QuarterMaster.
QUALIFICATIONS
Age: 21 or older
Rank: Registered Scouter
Experience:None required.
Comments: Adults citizens, or adult non-citizens who reside within the country, may register with the Boy Scouts of America in any capacity if they agree to abide by the Scout Oath or Promise and the Scout Law, to respect and obey the laws of the United States of America, and to subscribe to the precepts of the Declaration of Religious Principle. All leaders must be 21 years of age or older, except assistant Scoutmasters, assistant den leaders, assistant Cubmasters, assistant Webelos den leaders, and assistant Varsity Scout coaches, who must be 18 or older.
PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS
Training:
1. Youth Protection training is required for all BSA registered volunteers, regardless of their position. New leaders are required to take Youth Protection training before they submit an application for registration. The certificate of completion for this training must be submitted at the time application is made and before volunteer service with youth begins.
2. Fast Start
3. This is Scouting.
4. Troop Committee Challenge
Attendance: You are expected to actively attend troop committee meetings troop meetings, and campouts.
Effort: You are expected to give this job your best effort.
GENERAL LEADERSHIP RESPONSIBILITIES
Uniform: Set the example by wearing your uniform correctly. This means that you will wear all of the parts of the troop uniform, shirttail tucked in, with all required badges in their correct locations.
Behavior: Set the example by living the Scout Oath and Law in your everyday life. Show Scout Spirit in everything you say and do.
Attendance: Set the example by being an active Scouter. Be on-time for meetings and activities.
SPECIFIC LEADERSHIP RESPONSIBILITIES
Supervise and help the troop procure camping equipment.
Work with the quartermaster on inventory and proper storage and maintenance of all troop equipment.
Make periodic safety checks on all troop camping gear, and encourage troops in the safe use of all outdoor equipment.
Report to the troop committee at each meeting.

Larry Youck
Your Name Here

Scouter Training Chair + -
GENERAL INFORMATION
Type: Appointed by the Committee Chair
Term: Appointed annually during unit recharter
Reports to: Troop Committee Chair
Description: The unit training chair is appointed by the committee chairman to ensure training opportunities are available, maintain training records and materials, and is responsible for BSA Youth Protection training.
Comments: A member of the Troop Committee.
QUALIFICATIONS
Age: 21 or older
Rank: Registered Scouter
Experience:None required.
Comments: Adults citizens, or adult non-citizens who reside within the country, may register with the Boy Scouts of America in any capacity if they agree to abide by the Scout Oath or Promise and the Scout Law, to respect and obey the laws of the United States of America, and to subscribe to the precepts of the Declaration of Religious Principle. All leaders must be 21 years of age or older, except assistant Scoutmasters, assistant den leaders, assistant Cubmasters, assistant Webelos den leaders, and assistant Varsity Scout coaches, who must be 18 or older.
PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS
Training:
1. Youth Protection training is required for all BSA registered volunteers, regardless of their position. New leaders are required to take Youth Protection training before they submit an application for registration. The certificate of completion for this training must be submitted at the time application is made and before volunteer service with youth begins.
2. Fast Start
3. This is Scouting.
4. Troop Committee Challenge
Attendance: You are encouraged to actively attend troop committee meetings and troop meetings.
Effort: You are expected to give this job your best effort.
GENERAL LEADERSHIP RESPONSIBILITIES
Uniform: Set the example by wearing your uniform correctly. This means that you will wear all of the parts of the troop uniform, shirttail tucked in, with all required badges in their correct locations.
Behavior: Set the example by living the Scout Oath and Law in your everyday life. Show Scout Spirit in everything you say and do.
Attendance: Set the example by being an active Scouter. Be on-time for meetings and activities.
SPECIFIC LEADERSHIP RESPONSIBILITIES
Ensure troop leaders and committee members have opportunities for training.
Maintain an inventory of up-to-date training materials, videos, and other training resources.
Work with the district training team in scheduling Fast Start training for all new leaders
Be responsible for BSA Youth Protection training within the troop.
Encourage periodic youth leader training within the troop and at the council and national levels.
Report to the troop committee at each meeting.
Be watchful that the troop is taking all steps to ensure the boys’ safety.

Vacant

Membership / Parent Coordinator + -
GENERAL INFORMATION
Type: Appointed by the Committee Chair
Term: Appointed annually during unit recharter
Reports to: Troop Committee Chair
Description: The unit membership chair is appointed by the committee chairman to help ensure a smooth transition of new Scouts into the unit and orientation for new parents.
Comments: A member of the Troop Committee.
QUALIFICATIONS
Age: 21 or older
Rank: Registered Scouter
Experience:None required.
Comments: Adults citizens, or adult non-citizens who reside within the country, may register with the Boy Scouts of America in any capacity if they agree to abide by the Scout Oath or Promise and the Scout Law, to respect and obey the laws of the United States of America, and to subscribe to the precepts of the Declaration of Religious Principle. All leaders must be 21 years of age or older, except assistant Scoutmasters, assistant den leaders, assistant Cubmasters, assistant Webelos den leaders, and assistant Varsity Scout coaches, who must be 18 or older.
PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS
Training:
1. Youth Protection training is required for all BSA registered volunteers, regardless of their position. New leaders are required to take Youth Protection training before they submit an application for registration. The certificate of completion for this training must be submitted at the time application is made and before volunteer service with youth begins.
2. Fast Start
3. This is Scouting.
4. Troop Committee Challenge
Attendance: You are encouraged to actively attend troop committee meetings troop meetings, and campouts.
Effort: You are expected to give this job your best effort.
GENERAL LEADERSHIP RESPONSIBILITIES
Uniform: Set the example by wearing your uniform correctly. This means that you will wear all of the parts of the troop uniform, shirttail tucked in, with all required badges in their correct locations.
Behavior: Set the example by living the Scout Oath and Law in your everyday life. Show Scout Spirit in everything you say and do.
Attendance: Set the example by being an active Scouter. Be on-time for meetings and activities.
SPECIFIC LEADERSHIP RESPONSIBILITIES
Develop a plan for year-round membership flow into the troop.
Work closely with the Cubmaster and Webelos den leader of neighbouring Cub Scout packs to provide a smooth transition from pack to troop. Assist in developing and recruiting den chiefs, and assist in the crossover ceremony from Webelos Scouts to Boy Scouts.
– Plan and coordinate a troop open house to invite non-Scouts into the troop.
Encourage Scouts to invite their friends to join the troop.
Keep track of Scouts who drop out of the troop, and develop a plan to encourage them to rejoin.
Report to the troop committee at each meeting.

Your Name Here

Religious Emblems Coordinator + -
GENERAL INFORMATION
Type: Appointed by the Committee Chair
Term: Appointed annually during unit recharter
Reports to: Troop Advancement Chair
Description: The Religious Emblems Coordinator ensures Scouts understand the religious emblems sponsored by the Scout's faith background and encourages them as they work toward completing those requirements.
Comments: A member of the Troop Committee, but is expected to assist the Assistant Senior Patrol Leader to mentor the unit chaplain's aide.
To encourage members to grow stronger in their faith, religious groups have developed the following religious emblems programs. The Boy Scouts of America has approved of these programs and allows the emblems to be worn on the official uniform. The various religious groups administer the programs. Check with your local council service center or contact the religious organization directly to obtain the curriculum booklets. Listed at MeritBadge.Org are the emblems and where to find out about them. Before writing or visiting your local council service center, check with your religious leader.
QUALIFICATIONS
Age: 21 or older
Rank: Registered Scouter
Experience:None required.
Comments: Adults citizens, or adult non-citizens who reside within the country, may register with the Boy Scouts of America in any capacity if they agree to abide by the Scout Oath or Promise and the Scout Law, to respect and obey the laws of the United States of America, and to subscribe to the precepts of the Declaration of Religious Principle. All leaders must be 21 years of age or older, except assistant Scoutmasters, assistant den leaders, assistant Cubmasters, assistant Webelos den leaders, and assistant Varsity Scout coaches, who must be 18 or older.
PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS
Training:
1. Youth Protection training is required for all BSA registered volunteers, regardless of their position. New leaders are required to take Youth Protection training before they submit an application for registration. The certificate of completion for this training must be submitted at the time application is made and before volunteer service with youth begins.
2. Fast Start
3. This is Scouting.
4. Troop Committee Challenge
Attendance: You are encouraged to actively attend troop committee meetings troop meetings, and campouts.
Effort: You are expected to give this job your best effort.
GENERAL LEADERSHIP RESPONSIBILITIES
Uniform: Set the example by wearing your uniform correctly. This means that you will wear all of the parts of the troop uniform, shirttail tucked in, with all required badges in their correct locations.
Behavior: Set the example by living the Scout Oath and Law in your everyday life. Show Scout Spirit in everything you say and do.
Attendance: Set the example by being an active Scouter. Be on-time for meetings and activities.
SPECIFIC LEADERSHIP RESPONSIBILITIES
Help Scouts earn Protestant or Catholic Scout Awards.
Serve as a member of the unit committee.
Acquaint all youth members with the BSA religious emblems program and the emblems available from their faith group, and encourage them to earn the religious emblem(s) of their faith.
Provide Scout families and clergy with an orientation to the religious emblems program and encourage their involvement
Circulate information to the unit’s Scouts and Scouters about any district or council religious emblems activities, retreats, camps, etc
Promote religious emblems usage much like the BSA promotes other youth advancement-related emblems
Coordinate the establishment of goals and track the number of religious emblems completed each year
Serve as the unit’s liaison to the district religious emblems coordinator
Report to the troop committee at each meeting.

Rob Anderson

Order of the Arrow Advisor + -
GENERAL INFORMATION
Type: Appointed by the Committee Chair
Term: Appointed annually during unit recharter
Reports to: Troop Committee Chair
Description: The Order of the Arrow coordinator encourages the troop to have an active and productive participation in the Nisha Kittan Lodge.
Comments: A member of the Troop Committee, but is expected to assist the Assistant Senior Patrol Leader to mentor the unit OA representative.
QUALIFICATIONS
Age: 21 or older
Rank: Registered Scouter
Experience:Must be a member in good standing of the Order of the Arrow.
Comments: Adults citizens, or adult non-citizens who reside within the country, may register with the Boy Scouts of America in any capacity if they agree to abide by the Scout Oath or Promise and the Scout Law, to respect and obey the laws of the United States of America, and to subscribe to the precepts of the Declaration of Religious Principle. All leaders must be 21 years of age or older, except assistant Scoutmasters, assistant den leaders, assistant Cubmasters, assistant Webelos den leaders, and assistant Varsity Scout coaches, who must be 18 or older.
PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS
Training:
1. Youth Protection training is required for all BSA registered volunteers, regardless of their position. New leaders are required to take Youth Protection training before they submit an application for registration. The certificate of completion for this training must be submitted at the time application is made and before volunteer service with youth begins.
2. Fast Start
3. This is Scouting.
4. Troop Committee Challenge
Attendance: You are expected to actively attend troop committee meetings troop meetings, and campouts.
Effort: You are expected to give this job your best effort.
GENERAL LEADERSHIP RESPONSIBILITIES
Uniform: Set the example by wearing your uniform correctly. This means that you will wear all of the parts of the troop uniform, shirttail tucked in, with all required badges in their correct locations.
Behavior: Set the example by living the Scout Oath and Law in your everyday life. Show Scout Spirit in everything you say and do.
Attendance: Set the example by being an active Scouter. Be on-time for meetings and activities.
SPECIFIC LEADERSHIP RESPONSIBILITIES
Assists the OA troop/team representative so that he might succeed in his role as the communication and programmatic link between the unit and the lodge or chapter.
Ensures the OA ideals and activities are part of the unit’s program.
Sets a good example and enhances the image of the Order as a service arm to the unit
Supports the youth, helping him to fully understand the needs of the unit and the elements of the lodge and chapter structure that are responsible for support to the unit.
Promotes the incorporation of OA ideals into the advancement program of the unit, in unit leader conferences, boards of review, and courts of honor
Promote recognition of members who have completed their Ordeal, achieved brotherhood, or been inducted into the Vigil Honor membership within the unit.
Helps explain and promote the values and benefits of the order of the arrow elections, induction, and membership to youth members, parents, and adults in the troop/team as a significant component of the scouting experience.
Attends lodge and chapter meetings with the youth he or she advises.
Ensures that the youth representative has the necessary transportation to get to and from order of the arrow activities.
Helps the lodge, chapter, and extended Flangomat (friend) in ensuring that the messages and documents regarding the achievement of brotherhood reach Ordeal numbers in the troop/team, and works with the youth representative to add their impact.>
Participates actively in the troop/team calendar planning process to help minimize overlap between full chapter or lodge events and troop/team program.
Assist the OA youth representative and providing feedback to the lodge or chapter the reaction of the unit and it's OA members to the success of the OA programs which affect the unit, including ordeals, unit elections, callouts, camp promotion visits, meetings, and service projects.
Sets a good example and lives by the Scout Oath, Scout Law and OA Obligation.
Enthusiastically wears the Scout uniform correctly.
Shows scout spirit.
This individual can be an assistant scoutmaster at least 21 years old and an Order of the Arrow member in good standing who was appointed by the scoutmaster with the unit committee chairman's approval.
Report to the troop committee at each meeting.

Paul Pulse

Webmaster + -
GENERAL INFORMATION
Type: Appointed by the Committee Chair
Term: Appointed annually during unit recharter
Reports to: Troop Committee Chair
Description: The Troop Webmaster ensures the troop website is engaging, up-to-date, in good repair, and safe.
Comments: A member of the Troop Committee, but is expected to assist the Assistant Senior Patrol Leader to mentor the unit Webmaster.
QUALIFICATIONS
Age: 21 or older
Rank: Registered Scouter
Experience:None required.
Comments: Adults citizens, or adult non-citizens who reside within the country, may register with the Boy Scouts of America in any capacity if they agree to abide by the Scout Oath or Promise and the Scout Law, to respect and obey the laws of the United States of America, and to subscribe to the precepts of the Declaration of Religious Principle. All leaders must be 21 years of age or older, except assistant Scoutmasters, assistant den leaders, assistant Cubmasters, assistant Webelos den leaders, and assistant Varsity Scout coaches, who must be 18 or older.
PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS
Training:
1. Youth Protection training is required for all BSA registered volunteers, regardless of their position. New leaders are required to take Youth Protection training before they submit an application for registration. The certificate of completion for this training must be submitted at the time application is made and before volunteer service with youth begins.
2. Fast Start
3. This is Scouting.
4. Troop Committee Challenge
Attendance: You are encouraged to actively attend troop committee meetings troop meetings, and campouts.
Effort: You are expected to give this job your best effort.
GENERAL LEADERSHIP RESPONSIBILITIES
Uniform: Set the example by wearing your uniform correctly. This means that you will wear all of the parts of the troop uniform, shirttail tucked in, with all required badges in their correct locations.
Behavior: Set the example by living the Scout Oath and Law in your everyday life. Show Scout Spirit in everything you say and do.
Attendance: Set the example by being an active Scouter. Be on-time for meetings and activities.
SPECIFIC LEADERSHIP RESPONSIBILITIES
Ensure the Troop Website is:
• Engaging
• Up-to-Date
• BSA compliant.
Monitor the troop email address.
Mentor the Scout WebMaster in his duties.
Report to the troop committee at each meeting.

David Harrier
Ward Walker

Chaplain + -
GENERAL INFORMATION
Type: Appointed by the Committee Chair
Term: Appointed annually during unit recharter
Reports to: Troop Committee Chair
Description: The unit chaplain is appointed by the committee chairman to provide spiritual tone, guide the chaplain aide, give spiritual counselling, and promote the regular religious participation of each member.
Comments: A member of the Troop Committee, but is expected to assist the Assistant Senior Patrol Leader to mentor the unit chaplain's aide.
QUALIFICATIONS
Age: 21 or older
Rank: Registered Scouter
Experience:None required.
Comments: Adults citizens, or adult non-citizens who reside within the country, may register with the Boy Scouts of America in any capacity if they agree to abide by the Scout Oath or Promise and the Scout Law, to respect and obey the laws of the United States of America, and to subscribe to the precepts of the Declaration of Religious Principle. All leaders must be 21 years of age or older, except assistant Scoutmasters, assistant den leaders, assistant Cubmasters, assistant Webelos den leaders, and assistant Varsity Scout coaches, who must be 18 or older.
PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS
Training:
1. Youth Protection training is required for all BSA registered volunteers, regardless of their position. New leaders are required to take Youth Protection training before they submit an application for registration. The certificate of completion for this training must be submitted at the time application is made and before volunteer service with youth begins.
2. Fast Start
3. This is Scouting.
4. Troop Committee Challenge
Attendance: You are expected to actively attend troop committee meetings troop meetings, and campouts.
Effort: You are expected to give this job your best effort.
GENERAL LEADERSHIP RESPONSIBILITIES
Uniform: Set the example by wearing your uniform correctly. This means that you will wear all of the parts of the troop uniform, shirttail tucked in, with all required badges in their correct locations.
Behavior: Set the example by living the Scout Oath and Law in your everyday life. Show Scout Spirit in everything you say and do.
Attendance: Set the example by being an active Scouter. Be on-time for meetings and activities.
SPECIFIC LEADERSHIP RESPONSIBILITIES
Provide a spiritual tone for troop meetings and activities.
Give guidance to the chaplain aide.
Promote regular participation of each member in the activities of the religious organization of his choice.
Visit homes of Scouts in time of sickness or need.
Give spiritual counseling service when needed or requested.
Encourage Boy Scouts to earn their appropriate religious emblems.
Plan Scout Sunday ceremony.
Coordinates with and mentors the Religous Emblems Coordinator.
Report to the troop committee at each meeting.

Your name here

Committee Members + -
GENERAL INFORMATION
Type: Appointed by the Committee Chair
Term: Appointed annually during unit recharter
Reports to: Troop Committee Chair
Description: The Boy Scout Troop Committee is responsible for conducting the business of the troop, setting policy, and helping the Scoutmaster and Scouts with the outdoor program and other planned activities. The committee also has the responsibility to provide adults for boards of review. This is an important responsibility and is one area where help is always needed and appreciated. The committee consists of parent volunteers who fulfill various roles on the committee.
Comments: A chartered Boy Scout troop requires a Chartered Organization Representative, a Committee Chairman, at least two committee members, and a Scoutmaster.
The Scoutmaster and Assistant Scoutmasters are not formal members of the committee. The Scoutmaster and Assistant Scoutmasters are advisers to the committee. They may attend committee meetings to communicate scout plans and to coordinate the needs of the Scouts. This factor is important to remember during Boards of Review because the Boards of Review also serve as quality checks of the Scouting program as delivered by the Scoutmaster and the Assistant Scoutmasters.
Positions: Members of the Troop Committee also hold a named position in the Troop Committee:
Chartered Organization Representative: The Chartered Organization Representative is the direct contact between the unit and the Chartered Organization. This individual is also the organization's contact with the district committee and the Local Council. The chartered organization representative may become a member of the district committee and is a voting member of the council. The Chartered Organization Representative appoints the unit committee chair.
Troop Committee Chairman: The unit committee chair is appointed by the chartered organization and registered as an adult leader of the BSA. The unit committee chairman appoints and supervises the unit committee and unit leaders.
Troop Secretary: The unit secretary is appointed by the committee chairman to keep minutes and records, send notices, and handle publicity.
Troop Treasurer: The unit treasurer is appointed by the committee chairman to handle unit funds, pay bills, maintain accounts, coordinate the annual Friends of Scouting (FOS) campaign, and supervise fundraising.
Troop Advancement Chair: The unit advancement chair is appointed by the committee chairman to ensure that the unit has at least monthly boards of review, quarterly courts of honor, and that the unit has goals of helping each Scout advance a rank each year and for new Scouts to reach First Class rank during their first year. The advancement coordinator is also responsible for record keeping and submitting advancement reports.
Troop Equipment Coordinator: The unit equipment coordinator is appointed by the committee chairman to work with the youth Quartermaster and is responsible inventory, storage, and maintenance of unit equipment.
Troop Outdoor/Activities Chair: The unit outdoor/activities chair is appointed by the committee chairman to secure tour permits and permission to use camping site, serve as transportation coordinator, ensure a monthly outdoor program.
Troop Membership Chair: The unit membership chair is appointed by the committee chairman to help ensure a smooth transition of new Scouts into the unit and orientation for new parents.
Troop Training Chair: The unit training chair is appointed by the committee chairman to ensure training opportunities are available, maintain training records and materials, and is responsible for BSA Youth Protection training.
Troop Public Relations Chair: The unit public relations chair is appointed by the committee chairman to inform parents of their responsibilities in Scouting and with the chartered organization. Provides news and announcements about the unit to newspapers, bulletins of sponsors, web sites, etc. Promotes and stimulates service projects, Scouting Anniversary Week, Scout Sunday or Scout Sabbath, and family participation in unit events. Promotes new membership and lets people in the neighborhood know that Scouting is available.
Troop Friends of Scouting (FOS) Chair: The unit Friends of Scouting chair is appointed by the committee chairman to work closely with the unit committee on public relations for FOS; conducts annual FOS campaign to enroll family members and adult leaders in FOS; gives recognition to contributors and enrollees.
Troop Scouting for Food Chair: The unit Scouting for Food chair is appointed by the committee chairman to coordinate an annual food drive for the unit and reports the result to the district.
Troop Fundraising Chair: The Unit Fundraising Chair, also called the "Popcorn Kernel" in some councils, is appointed by the committee chairman to supervise Fundraising and ensure that every youth member has the opportunity to participate in Popcorn sales or other council Fundraising events.
ScoutParent Unit Coordinator: The ScoutParents Unit Coordinator is an appointed member of the unit committee or can be an assistant unit leader. Their job is to welcome parents, keep them informed, and encourage them to help with at least one specific task or project each year. Larger units might choose to have more than one ScoutParents unit coordinator. The ScoutParents unit coordinator position became official June 1, 2008 and the position code is "PS." The ScoutParents unit coordinator must be at least 21 years old, complete an adult application, and pay the same registration fee as other adult leaders. Find Fast Start Training for unit coordinators online. Newly printed youth applications also mention the ScoutParents program. A checkbox in the parent section lets parents commit to being active ScoutParents. By entering an e-mail address, they can receive information from council, district, and unit leaders about ways to get involved. ScoutParents.org web site.
Troop Chaplain: The unit chaplain is appointed by the committee chairman to provide spiritual tone, guide the chaplain aide, give spiritual counselling, and promote the regular religious participation of each member.
QUALIFICATIONS
Age: 21 or older
Rank: Registered Scouter
Experience:None required.
Comments: Adults citizens, or adult non-citizens who reside within the country, may register with the Boy Scouts of America in any capacity if they agree to abide by the Scout Oath or Promise and the Scout Law, to respect and obey the laws of the United States of America, and to subscribe to the precepts of the Declaration of Religious Principle. All leaders must be 21 years of age or older, except assistant Scoutmasters, assistant den leaders, assistant Cubmasters, assistant Webelos den leaders, and assistant Varsity Scout coaches, who must be 18 or older.
PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS
Training:
1. Youth Protection training is required for all BSA registered volunteers, regardless of their position. New leaders are required to take Youth Protection training before they submit an application for registration. The certificate of completion for this training must be submitted at the time application is made and before volunteer service with youth begins.
2. Fast Start
3. This is Scouting.
4. Troop Committee Challenge
Attendance: You are expected to actively attend troop committee meetings and troop meetings.
Effort: You are expected to give this job your best effort.
GENERAL LEADERSHIP RESPONSIBILITIES
Uniform: Set the example by wearing your uniform correctly. This means that you will wear all of the parts of the troop uniform, shirttail tucked in, with all required badges in their correct locations.
Behavior: Set the example by living the Scout Oath and Law in your everyday life. Show Scout Spirit in everything you say and do.
Attendance: Set the example by being an active Scouter. Be on-time for meetings and activities.
SPECIFIC LEADERSHIP RESPONSIBILITIES
Varies by position.
Serve on Boards of Review and Courts of Honor.
Report to the troop committee at each meeting.

Jennifer Carril
Mike Cooper
Gary Conway
Bob Lonsdale
Renee Walker
Larry Youck

Scouter Reserve + -
When a boy finds someone who takes an interest in him, he responds and follows.

Can we not interpret our adult wisdom into the language of boyhood?

Lord Baden-Powell

GENERAL INFORMATION
Type: Volunteer by registering as a Scouter
Term: Appointed annually during unit recharter
Reports to: ScoutParent Unit Coordinator
Description: Every eligible parent or guardian of a Scout is highly encouraged to be active in their Scouting experience. Your boy will go where he sees you looking! By registering as a Scouter, you are covered by Council insurance, it makes our trip paperwork easier, and you help us validate our Scouts are safe and secure.
Comments: As part of our ongoing efforts to strengthen the protection of youth in our programs, the select designation of parents of youth members in traditional programs as "ScoutParents" will end effective July 1, 2013. BSA literature, forms, and processes are being revised to match this change in program.
Councils should encourage current "ScoutParents" to now officially register as paid adult volunteers or leaders if they are not already so registered. To help facilitate this, the Unit Scouter Reserve position (91U) has been created for supportive adults who have no immediate, specific leadership role. Like all registered BSA adult positions, this new role will require a criminal background check and the completion of Youth Protection training.
The position of unit ScoutParent Coordinator (PC) will remain a registered position with the name changed to Parent Coordinator.
QUALIFICATIONS
Age: 18+ (College Reserve); 21 or older
Rank: Registered Scouter
Experience:None required.
Comments: Adults citizens, or adult non-citizens who reside within the country, may register with the Boy Scouts of America in any capacity if they agree to abide by the Scout Oath or Promise and the Scout Law, to respect and obey the laws of the United States of America, and to subscribe to the precepts of the Declaration of Religious Principle. All leaders must be 21 years of age or older, except assistant Scoutmasters, assistant den leaders, assistant Cubmasters, assistant Webelos den leaders, and assistant Varsity Scout coaches, who must be 18 or older.
PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS
Training:
Youth Protection training is required for all BSA registered volunteers, regardless of their position. New leaders are required to take Youth Protection training before they submit an application for registration. The certificate of completion for this training must be submitted at the time application is made and before volunteer service with youth begins.
Attendance: You are encouraged to attend troop committee meetings and troop meetings.
Effort: You are expected to give this job your best effort.
GENERAL LEADERSHIP RESPONSIBILITIES
Uniform: You are encouraged to participate in uniform.
Behavior: Set the example by living the Scout Oath and Law in your everyday life. Show Scout Spirit in everything you say and do.
Attendance: Set the example by being an active Scouter. Be on-time for meetings and activities.
SPECIFIC LEADERSHIP RESPONSIBILITIES
Participate in general activities.
Volunteer for specific responsibilities/troop jobs.
Get qualified and connected via BSA training.
Serve on Boards of Review.

Alan Berck
Jeff Bishop
Tom Gamboe
Rachael Gebhardt
David Harrier
John-Michael Holas
Chrystie Kannewurf
Alex LaSalvia
Joe LaSalvia
Chuch Mackin
Pam Mackin
Ian Moreland
Tanya Schnarre
Doug Siemonsma
Ty Sterthman