The role of the Commissioner has been around since the beginning of the Scouting movement. Lord Robert Baden-Powell recruited the first commissioners himself, to be certain that the founding units of the World Scout movement were following the program as prescribed.
Today, the modern Commissioner acts as doctor, friend, counselor and mentor for the leaders of our local units. Do you have enough scouting experience to join the oldest organized division of the Scouting movement? Do you want to learn more about Scouting, but find yourself to be a good listener? Would you be good at connecting existing resources to solve problems which hinder the development of our youth?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, you are a candidate to become a commissioner. Your service to Scouting means more than you know. Ask one of us who wear the laurel wreath of service on our uniform. We’d be happy to talk about commissioning with you. Or, fill out the form below and the Council Commissioner will be happy to speak with you.
Thank you for considering this important assignment. Here’s the form: