Adult Leadership Positions. Adult Volunteers. Our Scout Parents are always welcome to attend the monthly Committee meetings. Your input is always of value and may be helpful in making our Troop expand its horizons. New thought, ideas and even your help on committees will help our Troops to grow. A completed BSA Membership application is required for every new unit a person joins, and for adults, every position held, with the exception of the Institutional Head (a.k.a. Executive Officer) and Adult Partners for Lions and Tigers.
Examples of Adult Positions in the Troop. Committee Chair: Specific duties: Recruits for and fills all Committee positions. Works with the Scoutmaster to establish Troop operational policies and future requirements and goals. Helps run Committee Meetings. Assists the Scoutmaster in resolving disciplinary problems or personal conflicts. positions are optional. The above are the minimum requirements to register a unit. The only position that may register in more than one position in the same unit is the CR (who may also be the CC or an MC) and the PC (who may multiple as a CR). All requirements can be found inside the adult application.
Boy Scouts of America. The Boy Scouts of America makes a division between its Scouting programs and the Learning for Life program. The traditional Scouting programs are Cub Scouting, Boy Scouting, and Venturing. Exploring is the worksite-based program of Learning for Life. Leadership positions and membership in the Learning for Life programs are open to youth and adults without restriction .
The Scoutmaster is the adult leader responsible for the image of Troop , working with the Senior Patrol Leader and The Patrol Leadership Council to conduct a quality program and to be sure the Troop is operating to best meet the mission and policies of Boy Scouts of America. Adult Position Adult position patches identify the position that the leader serves in for the Boy Scouts of America. These are used for packs, troops, posts, crews, districts, councils, areas, sections, regions and for national level positions. Professional Scouters also wear badges of .