Cub Scouting relies heavily on volunteers to fill leadership roles. Any parent or legal guardian is usually welcome to pitch in and help with the Pack, but in order to serve in an ongoing role you must register as an adult volunteer with the Boy Scouts of America by submitting an adult leader application. Volunteering with the Boy Scouts of America provides a valuable service to the youth in the community. Visit our Contact page to see what leadership roles are currently vacant or soon to be vacant.
Visit the General Information section for more information on the leadership roles within Cub Scouts.
How to Volunteer
If you are highly active in the Pack or its chartered organization, a time may come when the Pack approaches you to fill a leadership or committee position. You may also make your interest known to the Pack Leaders as well. Once you are ready to volunteer, visit our How to Become a Leader page for more information on filling out the application and obtaining the proper clearances.