Qualifications: • Life rank or above. • Troop Junior Leadership Training • Council NYLT. • Appointed with by the Senior…
The Bugler plays the bugle at troop ceremonies, including Troop meetings, Troop campouts, and Court of Honors.
The Chaplain Aide assists the Troop Chaplain in serving the religious needs of the troop. He helps conduct the religious service on Sunday morning at campouts. He ensures that religious holidays are considered during the troop’s program planning process and promotes the BSA’s religious emblems program.
The Den Chief works directly with a Cub Scout Pack (most often Pack 55). They work closely with the Den Leader to teach scouting skills and manage den meetings, pack meetings, and campouts. They are often a Cub Scouts first interaction with Scouts BSA, and therefore must set a high standard when engaged with the Cub Scouts. The Den Chief is expected to attend all Pack campouts and meetings as well as any den specific events, while remaining active within the Troop.
The Historian collects and preserves troop photographs, news stories, trophies, flags, scrapbooks, awards, and other memorabilia and makes materials available for Scouting activities, the media, and troop history projects.
The Instructor is tasked with teaching scouting skills to scouts within the FCT Program. The Instructor should be very knowledgeable when it come to first aid, knots, orienteering, etc. He should also be able to teach those skills to first time students using the EDGE Method.
The Instructor assists the adult FCT Coordinators and FCT ASPL with the running and organization of FCT specific activities.
The Order of the Arrow representative serves as a communication link between the troop and the local Order of the Arrow lodge. He promotes the Order, helps with elections and encourages Scouts to take part in all sorts of camping opportunities.
The Outdoor Ethics Guide helps the troop plan and conduct an outdoor program that emphasizes effectively practicing the Outdoor Code, the Leave No Trace principles, and the Tread Lightly! principles. Guides work to help Scouts improve their outdoor ethics decision-making skills to help minimize impacts as they hike, camp, and participate in other outdoor activities. In particular, they support Scouts who are working to complete the relevant requirements for the Tenderfoot, Second Class, and First Class ranks.