Nov. 3, 2018 9 am to 1 pm Counselors Needed.
Merit Badge Fair Nov 3, 2018
Merit Badge Counselor Orientation (Steve C.) – Session 1 (9:00-10:00)
Become trained as a Merit Badge Counselor. Submit paperwork to be registered with the council and be prepared to offer badges for your troop or at the next Merit Badge Fair.
Road to Eagle - Unraveling the Eagle Scout Project Paperwork (Steve C.) – Session 2 (10:00-11:00)
Learn the process that a Life Scout must complete to become an Eagle Scout. This course will allow you to become a better Eagle Scout mentor.
Recharter Workshop - Hands-on approach to submitting recharter and JTE (John P., Steve C.) – Session 3 & 4 (11:00-1:00)
Bring in your paperwork to finish up any loose ends on your recharter. New to unit administration, learn the most efficient way to submit paperwork for Journey to Excellence among other important guidelines to a quality unit.
To volunteer to be a Merit Badge Counselor:
Here is the link for counselors to sign up to teach badges: https://docs.google.
LDS Shoreline Stake Center (102 N. 132nd Street, Seattle) on
from 8:30 am to 1:00 pm.
Adult training for Youth Protection, Recharter, Merit Badge Counselor training, Plus??
Questions / Ideas: email Stevecockburn@comcast.net
New Merit Badge Counselor Registration
Congratulations! Now that your unit has completed your annual re-charter, worked on your unit inventory, and made steps toward Journey to Excellence you have some time to relax. With all of that behind you I know what you are thinking, what will I do with all my spare time? You may consider taking your unit to Winter Camp at Camp Sheppard, researching campsites and hikes for the springtime, prepping for summer camp, or best of all, registering all of your adult leaders as merit badge counselors.
That’s right, merit badge counselors are in high demand in our district. Not only to staff our incredible Merit Badge Fair, held twice a year, but to help your scouts advance toward Star, Life, and Eagle ranks. Without adults to teach the valuable life/vocational skills offered with the 137 merit badges currently made available by the Boy Scouts of America, we couldn’t tout that we are meeting “The Aims of Scouting” through character, citizenship, and fitness development. Please look over this link to see which merit badges are currently available for you to become a counselor.
Here’s how easy it is: 1) Designate a unit Merit Badge point of contact; 2) Download and print out the file “MBC Information Form”; 3) Distribute the form to all of your registered adult leaders (Scoutmaster/Coach, Assistant Scoutmasters, Committee Chair, Committee Members, Charter Organization Representative, Commissioner, etc.) during one of your January Troop/Team meetings; 4) Collect all of the forms back at a meeting; and 5) Submit the forms by scanning and emailing the stack to firstname.lastname@example.org, or turning them in to Eric Snyder, Merit Badge Counselor Coordinator at any Roundtable or District Committee Meeting. The district leadership would be happy to receive the new merit badge registrations before April 1, 2017.
It’s that simple.
Let’s serve our district units better by having multiple counselors available offering a variety of badges. If you or your leaders are already registered as counselors please have them check with your scoutmaster or committee chair. They are periodically sent a list of all currently registered counselors in our district. If any corrections need to be made to the district merit badge counselor list please email email@example.com as soon as possible to make changes.
Merit Badge Counselor Coordinator