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Requirements (9/2000)


This award requires elements of Training, Performance and Tenure:

Tenure:

Complete one year as a registered Tiger Cub coach. Dates of service used to earn one key or award cannot be used to earn another key or award.

Training:

  • Complete "The New Tiger Cub Coach" Fast Start training.
  • Complete basic training for Tiger Cub coaches.
  • Complete Youth Protection training.
  • During your tenure for this award, participate in a Cub Scout leader pow wow or university of Scouting, or attend at least four roundtables.

Performance:

Do all of the following:

  • Conduct a Tiger Cub roundup for your pack with at least five new Tiger Cub boy/adult teams recruited.
  • Contact the host team each month and provide support as needed for one year.
  • Coordinate Tiger Cub den participation in three pack activities.
  • Graduate a Tiger Cub den into Cub Scouting with at least 60 percent of Tiger Cubs becoming Cub Scouts.
  • Report on the progress of Tiger Cub dens at 75 percent of pack leader meetings.

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