Openings for Volunteers

 

Want to get more involved?  Wondering how you can help?  The Troop always has jobs for parents.  Some are long term and on-going.  Others are one time tasks that just need done.  Check here often to see if there's something that interests you!

Camping Director/ASM Camping

Ongoing

Make camping reservations for the Troop.  Promote camping trips, and assemble rosters, ensure transportation and a continuously updated promotional mailing list for the Troop.  Promote the Troop with local packs, arrange visits, open houses and camping opportunities.  Find new avenues for recruiting members.  Contribute to the production of the Parent Guide and work with new parents to integrate them into the Troop.

Recruiting Director

All year, additional duties in February

Manage a continuously updated promotional mailing list for the Troop.  Promote the Troop with local packs, arrange visits, open houses and camping opportunities.  Find new avenues for recruiting members.  Contribute to the production of the Parent Guide and work with new parents to integrate them into the Troop.

Journey to Excellence Coordinator

Periodic/Bi-Monthly

Track data for this Council program.  Watch Journey to Excellence progress and make suggestions during Parent Committee Meetings about how we can acheive better results.  Complete and submit year-end report.

Training Manager

Periodic/Ongoing

Track training records for Adult Leaders.  Review the BSA standards and ensure that the Troop is in compliance.  Regular meeting attendance is not required, but Parent Committee meetings helpful.  Promote training opportunities such as University of Scouting and IOLS

Merit Badge Counselor

Periodic as needed

Teach up to 10 of the 138 merit badges offered in teh BSA.  Work with individual scouts, small groups and the whole Troop as needed.

Troop Treasurer - Bridge

Ongoing

Coordinate with the Troop 114 Boys treasurer.  Collect payments, make deposits and report on monthly campout expenses.  Manage reimbursements.  Attend monthly committee meetings to make financial reports.