New Scout Leader —This document is designed as a simple check-the-box style start-up process for the new Scoutmaster who may be unfamiliar with Scouts BSA.
Family Scouting—This resource is designed to serve as the single point of information on the latest resources and updates about family Scouting.
Welcome to Our Troop!—This is a one-page, customizable document to be used at a parent orientation.
Troop Resource Survey—This document can be used to identify the skills and interests of parents so that they can take a more active role in helping Scouts.
Merit Badges—Parents with an interest in becoming merit badge counselors can find the requirements for each badge.
Orientation for New Scouts BSA Parents—This resource provides you with brief presentations to draw new Scout parents into the troop experience.
New Troops Planning page at TroopLeader.org– Includes resources to assist the new troop in planning their first month’s meetings and programs. Visit TrooopLeader.org.
Welcome New Scoutmaster—The resources listed above, in a PDF document.
TroopLeader.org—Useful information and practical ideas to help make it easier for youth and adult troop leaders to present Scout meetings that are fun with positive outcomes. Visit TroopLeader.org
ProgramResources.org—Troop Program Resources is designed to serve as a planning tool for troop leaders. Its aim is to provide resources that contribute to making parts of the troop meeting more meaningful, engaging, and fun. Visit ProgramResources.org.
National Eagle Scout Association—The National Eagle Scout Association (NESA) is a fellowship of Scouts who have achieved the Eagle Scout rank and who desire to use their efforts and influence toward forming the kind of youth America needs for leadership. The objective of NESA is “to serve Eagle Scouts and, through them, the entire movement of Scouting.” LEARN MORE