Use these resources to learn about the BeAScout campaign and prepare for fall recruiting.
An overview of the 4-step BeAScout process
Details about the process with screen shots
Tasks for unit leaders that the council should communicate
How to set unit contacts and council contacts to handle parent queries
Leads! That’s what will make your unit grow. BeAScout helps generate leads. Both councils and units are responsible for managing leads. This document will explain how units can manage leads from MyScouting.
District executives, youth-serving executives, and Scout executives can manage any BeAScout task from MyBSA.
You’ve taken the training, passed some information to your staff and volunteers, asked unit leaders to set up their pins, and reviewed the process for following up on leads. So you’re ready to tackle fall recruiting using your new BeAScout tools. There’s just one more thing to do—Advertise!
As School Night and fall recruiting approach, you will want to make sure you’re ready to use the new BeAScout tool. Here is a checklist of tasks that can help you make the most of your BeAScout resources.
Right-click on any of the following to save the file on your computer. Then modify, if needed, and use as training resources for staff and unit leaders.
The PowerPoint file used in the national webinars that councils can modify to train unit leaders
An article that may be published in the council newsletter or other publications
The image used to market BeAScout
A promotion from Marty Walsh, director of Membership Impact and Michael Ramsey, manager of Marketing Communications and Brand Management
To download the video for sharing with unit leaders at roundtables, program kickoff, and membership kickoff meetings, right-click on the link above and select “Save Target As.”