Adult Troop Volunteers
The adult volunteers of Troop 413 are made up of an active group of parents and interested adults
who give their time and skills. Generally, they are broken into two groups,
Program (those who tie knots & camp) and Committee (the folks behind the scenes).
Working directly with the youth as Program Leaders. A Boy Scout leader is one of the most rewarding experiences which can be had in dealing with youth. Both men and women share in the leadership roles within our unit.
Training, paid for by the Troop Committee, teaches our adult leaders various skills ranging including game planning, teaching Scout Skills, interaction, and the ability to converse with the youth. They learn how to develop, motivate, and promote teamwork and camaraderie.
The purpose of the adults in our Program is to oversee and ensure the safety and well-being of our Scouts.
The adult Program Leaders function include these specific roles:
Participating on the Committee, essentially the "Board of Directors" for the Troop & Crew. The Committee supports the complete unit by providing logistical and "behind the scenes" support of the adult program leaders.
The adult Committee functions include, but are not limited to the following specific duties: