Self-motivated Men and Women

Young people need leadership. They need the guidance of informed and caring adults to develop self-reliance, initiative and responsibility.

The world-wide Scout Movement offers this guidance through our Leaders, a team of dedicated, self-motivated individuals who take the time and the interest to help on a voluntary basis.

If you care about the future generation, if you want to contribute, to learn about yourself and other people and want to have fun doing it, then we want you to join us as a Leader.

Interest Yourself

The training program for Leaders is suited to the level of commitment you choose and is full of interest.
  • If you're interested in the 6-8 year old age group you'll be a Joey Scout Leader helping young children take one of their first steps out into the world beyond their family and school.
  • If you're interested in the 8-10 year old age group, you'll lead a Cub Scout Pack, which still requires a fair amount of adult supervision.
  • If you're interested in the 11-14 year old age group, you'll lead a Scout Troop, which demands less direct leadership, but definite help in training for indoor and outdoor activities.
  • If you're interested in working with older age groups, the 14-17 year old Venturer Scouts require a special kind of Leader. These young men and women need more of a friend than a supervisor. They need someone they can turn to for guidance and help, who has time and inclination to understand them.
  • The 18-26 year old Rovers have a Crew Adviser, a mature age person who maintains close contact and is called on for help and advice as needed.
As a Leader you'll carry out a specific type of program for each Section and you'll have as much fun as your Section members. Just ask other Leaders.
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