Adult Leader Directory

There are many different positions a leader can fulfill. Positions are voluntary and are often divided between 'uniform' and 'adult' roles.

Click here for a list of adult positions.

Uniformed Scoutmasters are primarily responsible for organizing the activities of the Troop, and training the boys through the Scout program. Other roles include liaison with parents, districts, or other parties such as our chartered organization.

Adult volunteers are not always termed Scoutmaster; although they assist with activities and training. Beyond the Scout program, adult volunteers may take responsibility for administrative tasks such as budgets, managing properties, recruitment, equipment, transport, and many other roles.

Click here for Parental Involvement in Scouting.pdf

Click here to review What Adults Do On Scout Campouts.pdf

Youth Protection training is required for all BSA volunteers, regardless of their position.

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