Want to volunteer?

Parents are the lifeblood of our pack.  Without them, our program would be limited and our Scouts would be missing out on the fun. 

We need volunteers of all varying skills!

If you would like to volunteer for the Pack, please talk to any Leader. We can then talk about your skills and where to apply them to benefit the Pack.
 
We need people to help with new parents orientation, den meetings, pack meetings, website maintenance, fund raising, events like Pinewood Derby and Regatta, and all other events.

It is very easy to become a Trained Leader in our pack.  ALL the required training can be taken online - so you can take the training at your own pace or you can take an in-person course at the Atlanta Area Council.

 
Steps to Leadership
  1. Talk to a current leader (Cubmaster, Committee Chair, Den Leader) about your willingness to help
  2. Discuss which role would best fit your talents and comfort level
  3. Complete Council Specific Training
  4. Complete Pack Specific Training
Council Specific Training (45 Minutes)
  1. Fill out and print the Adult Leader Application 
  2. Go to my.scouting.org and create an account.
  3. Take the following courses at myscouting.org...
    1. Youth Protection Training:  Print the Youth Protection Training Certificate (available upon completion of the course)
    2. Leader Specific Training  (which role you will be performing)
  4. Submit the certificate and the application to the Pack Committee Chair or Cubmaster 

Visit the Atlanta Area Council Training site for more training options!
    



Parent Action Items
  • Volunteer to help with small defined tasks. 
  • Ask your Den Leader if they need help.
  • Ask the Cubmaster or Committee Chair about the needs of the Pack. 
  • Remain positive and look for ways to improve the program - turn problems into solutions.  We are not perfect and we will never will be perfect. So don't expect perfect, expect honest effort.
  • Follow the advice we give the Scouts... Do your best.  If that includes getting trained then you need to get trained.
  • Encourage other parents to help.  Work as a team with projects that need attention.


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