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The Greatest Show on EarthIndian Nations Council

The Den Leader Coach must be at least 21 years of age and should be an experienced person (usually a former den leader) who is a good listener and capable of recruiting, encouraging and training Cub Scout den leaders. Preferably a member of the chartered organization and recommended by the Cubmaster and pack committee. Must be registered as an adult leader of the BSA.

The Den Leader Coach responsibilities include :

¥ Help ensure stable, active, enthusiastic den leaders for all Cub Scout dens.

¥ Attend Cub Scout Leader Basic Training.

¥ Attend monthly roundtables, pow wows, and den leader coach seminar.

¥ Help Cub Scout den leaders understand the purposes, and procedures of the chartered  organization and the Boy Scouts of America.

¥ Give immediate help and training to new Cub Scout den leaders. Help them plan and conduct their first several meetings.

¥ Encourage Cub Scout den leaders to attend monthly roundtables, or represent them there.

¥ Be thoroughly informed and up to date on the latest Cub Scout programs, literature, and material.

¥ Help Cubmaster in recruiting new Cub Scout den leaders and assistant den leaders.

¥ Participate in the pack's annual program planning conference and the monthly pack leaders' meeting.

¥ Participate in monthly pack meetings.

Den Leader

A cub scout Den Leader must be at least 21 years of age and should be interested in and enjoy working with boys and able to work with adults. He or she may be a parent of one of the boys in the den and should be recommended by the Cubmaster and pack committee after consultation with parents of the Cub Scouts involved. Must be registered as an adult leader of the BSA.

The Cub Scout Den Leader has the responsibility to :

¥ Give leadership to carrying out the pack program in the den.

¥ Attend Cub Scout Leader Basic Training, monthly roundtables, and Pow Wows.

¥ Lead the den in its participation at the monthly pack meetings.

¥ Use Boys' Life, Scouting magazine, Cub Scout Program Helps as a source of program ideas.

¥ Collect weekly den dues and turn in to the pack treasurer at monthly pack leaders meetings.

¥ Stimulate the Cub Scouts imaginations on the program theme for the month and help the den prepare its stunts and exhibits for the pack meeting.

¥ Help the den and pack earn the National Summertime Pack Award.

¥ Develop a good working relationship with den parents and families. Use their talents to help enrich the den program.

¥ See that a leader is available for all den meetings and activities.

¥ Help set a good example for the boys by behavior, attitude, and proper uniforming.

Assistant Den Leader

An Assistant Den Leader must be at least 18 years of age and be able to perform the duties assigned by the den leader. Should be able to fill in for the den leader in case of emergency. Must be registered as an adult leader of BSA.

The Assistant Den Leader has the responsibility to :

¥ Assist the den leader as needed. Carry out the duties assigned by the den leader. Be ready to fill in for the den leader in case of emergency.

¥ Attend Cub Scout Leader Basic Training, monthly roundtables, and Pow Wows.

¥ Attend monthly pack meetings and assist as needed.

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