Cub Scout Roundtable

Information and Ideas for Silver Star Cub Scout Leaders

Den Leader Training Award

Denotes one year served as a Tiger, Wolf, Bear, or Webelos Cub Scout Leader in a quality Cub Scout den (Tiger Cub den leader’s tenure can be the program year as long as it is greater than eight months). There are several requirements, including being fully trained for the position, having most of your boys complete their rank requirements, etc.  

Click here to download a Progress Record application card for this award. When you complete the card with all necessary signatures, turn it in to your District Training Chair at the next Roundtable meeting.

Cub Scouter Training Award (Any Cub Scout Adult Leader)

Denotes two years served in any position as a registered Cub Scout Leader in a quality Pack. There are several requirements, including serving in supporting roles for the Pack, etc.

Click here to download a Progress Record application card for this award. When you complete the card with all necessary signatures, turn it in to your District Training Chair at the next Roundtable meeting.

Cubmaster's Award of Merit 

 

Quality unit leadership is the key to a quality unit program—and it leads to better Scout retention. Statistics show that if young people stay engaged in the program for at least five years, the BSA’s influence likely will stay with them for the rest of their lives. 

The Cubmaster Award of Merit denotes 18 months of service in the position and has several other requirements for demonstrating leading a quality unit.  Click here to download a Progress Record application card for this award. When you complete the card with all necessary signatures, turn it in to your District Training Chair at the next Roundtable meeting.

Cubmaster's Key

Denotes either three years served as the Cubmaster, or one year as Asst. Cubmaster and two year as Cubmaster in a quality Pack. There are several requirements, including being fully trained for the position, earning the Summertime Achievement Award, earning Quality Unit, etc.

Click here to download a Progress Record application card for this award. When you complete the card with all necessary signatures, turn it in to your District Training Chair at the next Roundtable meeting.

District Award of Merit

The District Award of Merit is awarded by a District Committee to a registered Scouter for district-level service to youth in the District. Generally, the award is presented for service to youth in excess of five years.

If you feel you know of someone deserving, then click here to download a nomination form. Fill it out, and turn it in to your District Training Chair. Self-nomination automatically disqualifies a candidate.

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