Scoutmaster &
Assistant Scoutmasters
The Scoutmaster is appointed by the
Troop 334 Committee and is responsible
for our program and image.

The Scoutmaster works directly with
Scouts.

The Scoutmaster must be a man or a
woman, who is at least 21 years of age.




Assistant Scoutmaster - New Scouts
* Recruit new members.
* Maintain a good working relationship with Cub Scout and Weblos feeder Packs/Dens.
* Participate in District/Council youth recruiting efforts.
* Attend Cub Scout Blue and Gold dinners.
* Attend Webelos bridging ceremonies.
* Help Troop Guide plan the Webelos campout.
* Advise Troop Guide and Den Chiefs.
* Report to the Scoutmaster
.
Assistant Scoutmaster - Patrol Advisor
* Serve as advisor for all patrols; support Patrol Leaders with suggestions and
counseling.
* Follow up to assure, the Patrol Leader is making phone calls, etc.
* Attend training courses and roundtables.
* Report to the Scoutmaster.
* Attend training courses
Scouts run the troop, but the Scoutmaster is the only adult who can change Troop
plans or rules.
* Train and guide our youth leaders
* Help boys learn for themselves.
* Recruit a Committee Chairperson, and together recruit all other Committee positions,
* Help the Committee Chairperson plan Committee meetings.
* Encourage all Scouts to achieve First Class rank their first year and one rank every
year after.
* Delegate responsibilities to other adults.
* Supervise troop elections of Order of the Arrow,
* Approve all service projects,
* Conduct Scoutmaster Conferences with all Scouts who are advancing and not
advancing,
* Meet regularly with the Patrol Leaders Council to plan, train and coordinate troop
activities.
* Attend all troop meetings or, when necessary, arrange for a qualified adult substitute.
* Attend all Troop Committee Meetings.
* Conduct periodic parent meetings to share the program and encourage parent
participation.
* Enable each Scout to experience at least ten (10) days and nights of camping each
year.
* Work with other responsible adults to bring Scouting to boys.
* Participate in District and Council activities and events.
* Take part in annual charter review meeting, and charter presentation.
* Conduct all activities under qualified adult leadership, safe conditions and the
policies and procedures of Troop 99, the chartered organization and the Boy Scouts
of America


Assistant Scoutmasters help guide the program of the troop.

Each of our Assistant Scoutmasters is assigned specific duties
and reports to the Scoutmaster.

Assistant Scoutmasters help us meet the requirement for
"two-deep leadership".

Types of Assistant Scoutmasters Include, but are not limited to:
* Asst. Scoutmaster - New Scouts
* Asst. Scoutmaster - Patrol Advisor
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