If residing in this country but not a citizen of the United States, agrees
to abide by the Scout Oath and Law, to respect and obey the laws of the United
States of America, and to subscribe to the BSA statement of religious principle. Is at least
21 years of age, is of good moral character, and is interested in working with boys. Does not need to be an expert in all
Cub Scout activities but should be a leader who is able to communicate well with adults as well as boys. Should be able to
delegate responsibilities and set a good example through behavior, attitude, and uniform. Should believe in the values and
purposes of Cub Scouting. Preferably a member of the chartered organization. Selected and appointed by the pack committee
with the approval of the chartered organization, and registered as an adult leader of the BSA.
The Cubmaster's responsibilities are to
a pack program according to the policies of the BSA.
Cubmaster Fast Start Training and position-specific Basic Leader Training. Attend monthly roundtables.
and help carry out the Cub Scout program in the pack. This includes leading the monthly pack meeting, with the help of other
the pack committee with a year-round recruitment plan for recruiting boys into Tiger Cubs, Cub Scouting, and Webelos Scouting.
about and use the appropriate and available literature, including Boys' Life and Scouting magazines, Cub Scout Program Helps,
and the Webelos Leader Guide.
that the pack program, leaders, and Cub Scouts positively reflect the interests and objectives of the chartered organization
and the BSA.
with the pack committee on (1) program ideas, (2) selecting and recruiting adult leaders, and (3) establishing a budget plan.
and support den leaders. See that they receive the required training for their positions.
organize Webelos dens and encourage graduation into a Boy Scout troop.
establish and maintain good relationships with Boy Scout troops.
good relationships with parents and guardians. Seek their support and include them in activities. Involve male relatives such
as uncles and grandfathers so that Cub Scouts will have additional male role models.
that Tiger Cubs, Cub Scouts, and Webelos Scouts receive a quality, year-round program filled with fun and activities that
qualify the dens and pack for the National Summertime Pack Award.
Cub Scouts in goodwill and conservation projects.
that the responsibilities specified for the assistant Cubmaster are carried out.
the pack committee chair conduct the annual pack program planning conference and the monthly pack leaders' meetings.
as a team with the pack committee chair to cultivate, educate, and motivate all pack leaders and parents or guardians in Cub
part in the charter review meeting and annual charter presentation ceremony.
den chiefs for all dens and, after selection, see that they are trained. Recognize the den chiefs at pack meetings.
an impressive graduation ceremony for Tiger Cubs.
with the unit commissioner, Webelos den leader, and Scoutmaster to establish plans for the Webelos Scouts' transition to Boy
plan and conduct impressive Webelos graduation ceremonies involving parents and guardians, the Scoutmaster, the Webelos den
chief, the Webelos den leader, and the troop junior leaders.
impressive Arrow of Light Award ceremonies.
high advancement standards from all Cub Scouts.
bring families together at joint activities for Webelos dens (or packs) and Boy Scout troops.
- Support the policies of