Frontiersmen Camping Fellowship Scouts
Since 1972, boys from across America have been serving the Young
Bucks of the FCF as Scouts. The FCF Scout is chosen from among the
boys who are active in Royal Rangers and FCF.
These boys are chosen from the ranks of the local outpost to the
national level to represent and speak for the boy membership of FCF at their respective level.
Do you have what it takes to become an FCF Scout? Below you will
find the job descriptions of the different levels of scout. Outpost
Scouts are chosen by their Senior Commander, Section Scouts are
elected by popular vote from the total FCF membership within their
All boys are eligible to participate in the Chapter Scout elections,
no matter if they serve in the outpost or sectional levels. Chapter
Scout elections are held every two years at the Chapter Trace. Those
boys who are elected as Chapter Scouts are then eligible to serve as
the Territorial or National Scout. The election for the Territorial
and National Scout take place at the Territorial Rendezvous in your territory every two years.
Boys who wish to run for a Scout position should fill out the Scout Application and submit it to the appropriate FCF Officer. Boys who are
running for Chapter, Territorial, or National Scout should also submit
the Scout Personal Reference form along with the Scout Application.
If you think you have what it takes to be an FCF Scout, talk to your
Outpost or Senior Commander about serving at the outpost/sectional
level, and contact your Chapter FCF President to find out more about
the next Scout election in your chapter.