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1 Maximizing Positions of Responsibility

2 Be Prepared Having thought out beforehand any situation that might occur; Put mitigating apparatus in place Provide tools to respond

3 What’s the worst that can happen?

4 Where to Start Scout leadership sets the example for others. To complete advancement requirements, you must meet the standards described below. Failure to meet these standards may result in removal from office.

5 General Leadership Responsibilities
Training: You must attend the troop Scout Leader Training even if you have attended in the past. Attendance: Set the example by being on-time for meetings and activities. You are expected to attend 75% of all troop meetings, Scout Leadership Team meetings, outings, and service projects. You must tell the SPL and Scoutmaster if you are not going to be at a meeting or if you suddenly have to miss an outing. Uniform: Set the example by wearing your uniform correctly. This means that you wear all of the parts of the troop uniform, shirttail tucked in, with all required badges in their correct locations. Behavior: Set the example by living the Scout Oath and Law in your everyday life. Show Scout Spirit in everything you say and do.

6 Position Specific Responsibilities
Senior Patrol Leader Assists the Scoutmaster in conducting troop leadership training Presides over the monthly patrol leaders’ council Responsible for planning troop meetings Responsible for making arrangements for troop activities Responsible for annual program planning conferences

7 Position Specific Qualifications
Senior Patrol Leader QUALIFICATIONS Age: 14 or older Rank: 1st Class or higher Experience: Previous service in a Leadership position Attendance: 75% over previous 6 months

8 My Recommended Positions
SPL Quartermaster Scribe Chaplain Aide Bugler Order of the Arrow Representative

9 Quartermaster Responsible for coordinating the Game at the weekly meetings Use equipment lists collected from patrol leaders to compile a master equipment list for outings Inventory equipment at the start of outings to ensure completeness Inventory equipment at the end of outings to assist in loss prevention Recommend changes to the troop supply store. (at least one per term)

10 Scribe Records Troop Meeting plans made at Scout Leadership Team meetings Records individual Scout attendance/uniform results and provides the log to the Scoutmaster each month Records dues payments and provides to the Troop Treasurer

11 Chaplain Aide Highlights Duty to God Requirements
Leads Troop Prayers at meetings, COHs and other venues Makes a Religious Emblem Presentation during the term Youth coordinator for Scout Sabbath/Sunday and 12 Point Bike Rides Liaison for all religious emblem recognition ceremonies

12 Bugler Highlights Duty to Country Requirements
Supervises flag storage and preparation Responsible for the Opening and Closing Ceremonies Teaches flag ceremony and flag etiquette Monthly inspects troop flags for serviceability and cleanliness Collects and ensures preparation of unserviceable flags for retirement

13 Order of the Arrow Representative
Highlights Service Projects Responsible for coordinating Troop service projects (minimum Three per term) Record adult and scout service hours into the national Journey to Excellence service project website Liaison between OA lodge and the troop attending 75% of OA Meetings and Events. Encourages Arrowmen to seal their membership in the Order by becoming Brotherhood members.

14 Positions Only As Needed
Assistant Senior Patrol Leader Patrol Leader Assistant Patrol leader Troop Guide Instructor Historian Librarian Den Chief Junior Assistant Scoutmaster Leave No Trace Trainer

15 Scoutmaster-assigned leadership project
Training = 06 Meeting hours 6x4 = 24 Planning Meetings = 06 Non Eagle Service Projects = 08 Outing Hours 6X6 = hours

16 Scoutmaster-assigned leadership project
Webelos Woods 12 points Bike Ride Camporee Preparation/Staff Popcorn Sales NYLT Staff Recruiting Outings Trail to First Class Activity Merit Badge Activity Holiday Events Fundraising Events

17 Acknowledgment of Receipt
I acknowledge that I have read the Senior Patrol Leader requirements and agree to abide by them during my tenure. As I appoint other troop leaders. I will choose leaders who are able, not just friends or other popular Scouts. I will give this position my best effort. Signature Date

18 Assign Mentors SPL Quartermaster Scribe Chaplain Aide Bugler
OA Representative ScoutMaster Troop Equipment Coordinator Troop Secretary Chaplain Activities Chair Adult Arrowman

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