Every Scout deserves a trained Leader!
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Click on the link above for Specific Program Areas of Training
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Click on the link above for Specific Program Areas of Training
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Requirements
Any adult, parent, or chartered organization member is usually welcome to pitch in and help with a Pack, Troop, or Crew and there are no formal requirements for periodic or temporary assignments. But to serve in an ongoing role, you must register as an adult volunteer with the Boy Scouts of America by submitting an adult leader application . This application must be approved by the Scouting Unit the local council, and the national office.
 
The requirements are fairly straightforward:
 
■You must be 21 years of age or older. (For some positions, such as assistant Cubmaster, assistant den leader, assistant scoutmaster etc., the minimum age is 18.)
 
■You must be a U.S. citizen or legal resident.
 
■You must agree to abide by the Scout Oath and Law and subscribe to the Declaration of Religious Principle.
 
■You must be a person of good moral character and satisfactorily pass a criminal background check. In some cases, being highly active in the pack, troop, crew, or chartered organization, having experience working with youth, and having specialized skills can also be beneficial, but are not strictly required.
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