Pack 345 – Pack Roles

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Cubmaster Role Description

The top volunteer position in every Cub Scout pack. Responsible for planning the monthly pack meetings and working with the pack committee to make sure the pack is moving together and in the right direction. In this role, you’re often speaking in front of the pack, leading ceremonial activities, recognizing the effort of volunteers, and cheering on scouts’ achievements. 

There is required training for this role.

Assistant Cubmaster, Advancement Coordinator Role Description

Manage the pack’s Scoutbook account, an online tool (spreadsheet) to document scouts’ rank requirements, as reported in Scoutbook by the den leaders; get belt loops and patches for scouts. This is mostly a behind-the-scenes role, working with data and information, but you might be the person who leads an awards event at a pack meeting.

There is required training for this role.

Assistant Cubmaster, Camping Coordinator Role Description

Reserve Scouts BSA campsites; work with the Cubmaster to develop the agenda for the campout; make sure health forms are collected; ensure a safe campout with a Baloo-trained leader in the pack. This is mostly a behind-the-scenes role, working with the Cubmaster and Den leaders to plan a campout, or communicating with campsite staff,  but you might be the person who leads a component of a campfire activity.

There is required training for this role.

Committee Chair

The Committee Chair manages the committee of volunteers that leads pack events so that the den leaders can concentrate on managing the activities in their own dens. Most Cub Scout activities and advancement occur in the den meetings, but sometimes a pack activity fulfills an adventure requirement, such as a pack service project in the community or a den presentation at a pack meeting. This is mostly a behind-the-scenes role, working with data and information, communicating with volunteers, and scheduling events. You might be the person who reports some information at a pack meeting.

There is required training for this role.

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