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Knot Awards

Youth Achievement
Arrow of Light
Hornaday Award
Eagle Scout
Explorer Award
Quartermaster

Leadership Awards
Cub Scouter Award
Cubmaster Award
Den Leader Coach
Webelos Den Leader
Den Leader Award
Tiger Organizer
Scouter Training
Scouters Key
SM Award of Merit
Sea Badge
Professional Training
 

Religious
Emblems
Youth
Adult

 
Bravery Awards

Honor Medal
Heroism Award
Medal of Merit
  

Honor  Awards

George Meany
Whitney Young Jr.
Wm. H. Spurgeon
O.A.  Service Award
Commissioner
        Arrowhead Honor

Commissioner Svc.
District Merit
Silver Beaver
Silver Antelope
Silver Buffalo
Silver World
James E. West
Daniel Carter Beard

 


 

Requirements


District Commissioner
Assistant District Commissioner

  1. Complete an evaluation of all commissioners you supervise.
  2. Based on evaluation, realign the staff to produce more effective unit service. (Not required for assistants.)
  3. Develop and put into action a suitable recruiting plan.
  4. Take part actively in six commissioner staff meetings.
  5. Attend six district committee meetings (not required for assistants).
  6. Attend a council commissioner conference, planning conference, or actively participate in a major council event.
  7. Provide personal coaching for the commissioners you supervise.

Roundtable/Huddle Commissioner

This award can be earned for service as either:

  • Cub Scout Roundtable Commissioner, or
  • Boy Scout Roundtable Commissioner
  • Varsity Scout Huddle Commissioner
  1. Review all material in the current Boy Scout Roundtable Planning Guide, No. 34253; or the current Cub Scout Roundtable Planning Guide, No. 34239A; or the current Varsity Scout Huddle Guide, No. 34829.
  2. Review all material in the current Troop Program Features, Cub Scout Program Helps, or Varsity Scout Game Plan.
  3. Recruit a roundtable staff.
  4. Lead staff in preparing a 1-year roundtable or huddle outline.
  5. Supervise the staff in conducting these roundtables or huddles.
  6. With the commissioner and district executive, develop and use an attendance promotion plan.
  7. Attend a council commissioner conference or planning conference, or actively participate in a major council event.

Unit Commissioner

Complete basic training and the following projects:

  1. Fill in and follow up on Unit Commissioner Work Sheets
    (Pack, No. 34125A)
    (Troop/Team, No. 34126A)
    (Crew, No. 33660A)
    (Post, No.33619A)
    for each assigned unit.
  2. Conduct membership and leadership inventories in each assigned unit.
  3. Attend six district commissioner staff meetings.
  4. Participate in a charter renewal meeting that results in on-time reregistration.
  5. Participate in a charter presentation.
  6. Attend a council commissioner conference or planning conference, or actively participate in a major council event.

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