Pack 25 runs on volunteer power; parents, friends, scouting alums are the backbone of how Cub Scouts Pack 25 runs.

Potential adult leaders come to Pack 25, with a similar questions: how do I start?

Pack 25 New Leader Start-Up Kit

Follow these steps to becoming a leader.  Total time in start-up averages 3+ hours.  A little investment of your team, produces wonderful Scouting rewards.  To get started:

  1. Connect.  Meet with the Pack Committee Chair and/or Cub Master to discuss how you can help.
  2. Apply.  Complete a BSA Adult Application
  3. Training.  Complete the BSA YPT: Youth Protection Training (you will need to create an account on my.scouting.org).
  4. Submit.  Turn in your completed Adult Application and YPT certificate to the Pack Committee Chair.
  5. Training Round 2.  While your paperwork is processed, go back to your My.Scouting.Org profile and go through “Position Specific” training.
  6. Get your gear on! Go to ScoutStuff, the Council Store at Camp Stambaugh, or Outdoor Recreational Equipment to grab your uniform
  7. Be Akela.  Get ready to lead boys and parents in having “fun with a purpose!”

On-Going Leader Training

  • Online at My.Scouting.Org.  Once you create your account to complete Youth Protection Training, you will have a variety of Leader-Specific and general BSA/Cub Scout training programs.
  • Great Trail Council. Live training options, many local to Canfield at Camp Stambaugh.
  • Out-of-Council.  Live training options that you can register for based on your interests and availability.

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