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Troop 446 Adult Volunteer Positions

Adult Leader Roles & Committee Positions



Provide leadership for the troop. Works with youth and youth leadership to execute the troop’s program during meetings and outdoor activities.

Assistant Scoutmasters

Provider leadership on designated outings and work with youth on leadership and advancement. Step in for the Scoutmaster when that person is not available.

Committee Chair

Plan and conduct the monthly committee meetings. Oversee the troop’s financial, membership and adult responsibilities. Make sure we are represented at the monthly District roundtables and other district activities.

Advancement Chair

See that Scouts are advancing and are advised of advancement opportunities. Provide guidance for scouts that may be at a stand still. Keep records of the individual Scouts as they earn ranks and merit badges. Keep track of attendance and file paperwork with the Council, making purchases for badges as required. Schedule and track Boards of Review as needed. Assist Scouts with identifying and coordinating appropriate service projects.


Keep track of the troop’s finances and prepare a monthly financial report for the committee.


Take minutes at the committee meetings; send out reminders for the monthly meetings; send out correspondence as needed.

Camping Chair

Work with the organizer(s) of each camping trip or other outing to facilitate arrangements, including obtaining permits and reservations and coordinating transportation. Work with the Quartermaster on transportation, use, return, and cleaning of Troop equipment.

Popcorn Kernel

Oversee the troop’s annual popcorn fundraiser.

Fundraising Chair

Oversee the troop’s fundraising activities outside of popcorn sales.

Recruiting Chair

Invite new scout families to join Troop 446 and help orient new parents upon joining. Connect with nearby Cub Scout packs to inform adult leaders of troop activities and assist in organizing Webelo-specific recruiting activities.

Life to Eagle Coordinator

Work with Life Scouts and their parents on navigating the path to Eagle.

Equipment Chair

Inventory and keep log of the Troop Equipment. Keep committee informed of needs (i.e. replacements due to wear and tear, etc.). Work with Troop Quartermaster and Camping Coordinator.

Communications Chair

Prepare a monthly email newsletter for the troop. Assist in sending emails to Scouts and parents as needed. Maintain the troop’s Facebook page. Aid in the coordination of Courts of Honor by working with the youth Master of Ceremonies to be sure they understand their role and have all the resources they need.

Training Chair

Keep track of training needs for registered adults. Ensure that the troop’s leaders are fully trained and up to date on vital training items such as Youth Protection Training (YPT).

MB counselor Chair

Maintain a list of the troop’s merit badge counselors and do an annual check to make sure they are trained and willing to continue in this role. Assist in the process of recruiting new adults to become merit badge counselors based on their particular interests and experiences.


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