Scouts BSA relies on dedicated volunteers to promote its mission of preparing young people to make ethical and moral choices over their lifetime by instilling in them the values of the Scout Oath and Scout Law. Today, nearly 1.2 million adults provide leadership and mentoring to Cub Scouts, Scouts, and Venturers.
Through the dedication of these many volunteers, the Scouts BSA remains the foremost youth program of character development and values-based leadership training in America.
To adults who are not currently Scout volunteers, we invite you to become a volunteer and share in the positive experiences of the Scouting programs.
Pack 383 relies on voluteers to fill all of the leadership positions.
Who is a Cub Scout leader? You! All it takes is a vested interest in the success of our kiddos.
Cub Scout leaders are brave and selfless characters like you, who volunteer their time to make the pack run, and learn a lot about themselves along the way. Don't think for one minute you're on your own! We have an excellent, yet lightweight training program that will provide what you need, and when you're ready for more, we'll give it to you. There are many excellent online resources available, in addition to brief yet informative classroom instruction.
If you are willing to become a leader please contact the Pack Committee Chair or Pack Cubmaster.
Scouting has a saying for the leaders, There's a training for that.
Here are a series of brochures for new Cub Scout Leaders:
Here are some tools to welcome you as a leader and give you ideas for your first den meetings.