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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 (9/2000)


Tenure

Complete two years as a registered adult leader in a Cub Scout pack.  Dates of service used to earn one key or award cannot be used to earn another key or award.

Training:

  • Complete Fast Start training, if available for your position.
  • Complete basic training for any Cub Scouting position.
  • Complete Youth Protection training.
  • During each year of tenure for this award, participate in a Cub Scout Leader Pow Wow or University of Scouting, or attend at least four roundtables.

Performance

Do five of the following:

  • Assist in planning a pack program that results in advancement in rank by a minimum of 50 percent of pack members each year.
  • Serve as a adult leader related to a pack that earns the national Quality Unit Award.
  • Serve as leader of a blue and gold dinner, pinewood derby, space derby, raingutter regatta, field day, picnic or other Cub Scout activity.
  • Give leadership to a promotional effort that results in at least 60 percent of pack families subscribing to Boy's Life magazine.
  • Develop or update a Tiger Cub or Cub Scout den activity book listing local places to go, things to do, costs, distances, etc., for each big idea or for at least 12 Cub Scout themes.
  • Give leadership to planning and conducting a pack service project.
  • Organize participation of a pack in the Cub Scout Academics and Sports program.
  • Help conduct two annual pack Friends of Scouting campaigns.
  • Serve as a leader for members of your pack attending a Cub Scout day camp or resident camp.
  • Serve one year as pack training, during which time 75 percent of registered pack leaders complete basic training for their positions.

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