Commissioners are district and council leaders who help Scout units succeed. They coach and consult with adult leaders of Cub Scout packs, Boy Scout troops, and Venturing crews. Commissioners help maintain the standards of the Boy Scouts of America.
Retention Mission Statement
The retention mission of the commissioner corps is best achieved by providing an adequate number of trained unit commissioners who provide a link to district committee resources in support of a quality unit program.
Unit commissioners will focus on the following four primary areas:
- Supporting unit growth through the Journey to Excellence.
- Contacting units and capturing their strengths and needs in Commissioner Tools.
- Linking unit needs to district operating committee resources.
- Supporting timely charter renewal.
Roles the Commissioner Plays
How Are Commissioners Selected?
Commissioner’s Guide for 2017 Jamboree
Can I serve as a commissioner at the 2017 National Scout Jamboree? The short answer is yes. There are myriad staff service opportunities where you can use your expertise as a member of the Commissioner Corps. You can even serve as a commissioner in the subcamps and work as the primary unit service and communication link in support of jamboree units—something that we do every day for Scouting. There is also information contained in the brochure below for you to assist the units you serve with general info and how to sign up.
Commissioner’s Guide for 2017 NSJ
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