ACTIVITIES & CIVIC SERVICE COMMITTEE
It is the responsibility of the activities and civic service committee to support units through the planning, promotion, and operation of multi-unit events that supplement, but do not supplement, unit program.
A district activities committee does the following:
- Plans and promotes a well-balanced schedule of district events, and recruits teams to carry them out.
- Decides how Scouting can become involved in selected needs and interests of communities in the district. Helps Scouting units take part in community service projects in such a manner that youth members learn qualities of good citizenship.
- Plan and promote Good Turn for America projects at both a district and unit level.
- Promotes and assists with the planning of council events (such as Luncheons or Eagle Scout dinner).
- Promotes and carries out the district’s share of national events (such as Scouting Anniversary Week or a national jamboree).
- Conducts an annual poll of unit leaders to determine unit needs and interests for district activities.
ADVANCEMENT & RECOGNITION COMMITTEE
District Advancement Chair
District Recognition Chair
District Eagle Board Chairman
The function of the District Advancement and Recognition Committee is to motivate and train unit leaders and unit committee members in the advancement program. Set district advancement goals.
- Help units establish an active advancement program.
- Recruit and train merit badge counselors.
- Maintain a current list of merit badge counselors.
- Provide assistance in Eagle Scout advancement, including Eagle Scout boards of review.
- Provide recognition to district Scouters.
- Provide program resources for the unit.
CAMPING & OUTDOOR COMMITTEE
A District camp promotion and outdoor committee does the following:
- Promote unit participation in council camping opportunities.
- Promote the use of camperships for members with financial need.
- Working closely with its officers, guide the Order of the Arrow to help promote camping in the District.
A District Membership Committee does the following:
- Promote ongoing youth and adult recruitment.
- Create New Units and foster relationships with current Chartered Organizations
- Make sure units are implementing a quality Webelos-to-Scout transition plan
- Reorganize inactive or dropped units
- Work with marketing and promotions team to highlight importance of Scouting programs
- Work with local school leadership to promote ongoing advertisement of local Scouting programs
LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE
The Leadership Development Committee’s goal is to have 100% of unit leadership BSA trained in their position responsibilities and to advise unit leaders on training needs and opportunities.
- Remain current with training material and program updates.
- Keep track of troop training records and submit updated trained leader reports to the district and council.
- Hold Basic Leader Training as needed to meet the requirements of the District.
- Promote District, Council, Regional and National training events.
- Support youth leader training such as Den Chief and Junior Leader Training.
- Establish District training objectives to train leaders.
- Participate in Council Training Committee meetings dealing with training policies, program, and procedures.
- Recruit and orient Training Committee members and Course Instructors.
- Prepare an inventory of all leaders who need training.
- Plan, schedule, and coordinate an annual District training program based on training inventory.