Council Recruiting Resources

This page is meant to be used as a resource for Districts and Packs/Troops/Crews

in their ongoing efforts in recruiting new Scouts.

1.  Over 50 Cub Scout Packs will be doing an in person open house the week of August 22nd-30th.

2.  Always keep in mind safety and practice social distancing when meeting, follow updated CDC guidelines.

3.  Marketing recruitment yard signs, posters and a banner are available for each unit at the August Roundtable.

4.  Attend back to school open houses and other school meetings when welcome to market your unit.

5.  Each Scout should encourage and recruit at least one friend or neighbor to join.

6.  All adult leaders should attend monthly District Roundtable to get the latest recruiting updates and information.

7.  Contact us at 704-333-5471 with additional questions.

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Membership Questions?

Contact the appropriate Membership Chair

VP of Membership -
Eric Davis
eric@susiefilms.com

Cub Scout Round Up Chair -
Jaime Brady
2jabrady@comcast.net

Council Field Director -
John Crapster
john.crapster@scouting.org

Apache District -
Trey Eskridge
james.eskridge@scouting.org

Etowah District -
John Crapster
john.crapster@scouting.org

Hornets Nest District -
Brian Sweeney
brian.sweeney@scouting.org

BeAScout PIN Information

 

Updating your BeAScout.org “pin” is simple, and it’s a good way to make sure your information is current. Displaying last year’s Cubmaster or meeting time doesn’t exactly impress new families interested in joining. We call it a “pin” because when families search BeAScout.org and ask to find Scout units within a certain number of miles around their address, the answers are listed next to a map with what looks like pins marking the location of each unit.

"BeAScout is the way that families who are looking to join a Scouting unit can easily find your unit and apply, “By setting up your pin, your unit information will show on BeAScout, and you’ll be ready to accept new families into your unit."

-Pat Wellen, the BSA’s director of research and strategy

What is BeAScout?

When someone Googles phrases like “join Scouting,” “pack near me” or “find Scout troop,” the result in the coveted top spot is the BSA’s BeAScout page: beascout.scouting.org.

From there, families can type in their ZIP code, select the program that interests them (Cub Scouts, Scouts BSA, Venturing or Sea Scouts) and click “Find and Apply.”

What happens next? Well, that’s kind of up to you.

If your pin is updated, a prospective Scouting family will find your leader’s contact info, a link to your website and a brief description about your unit.

If you have also turned on the “Apply Now” button, parents can also fill out the application online directly from BeAScout — or they can send you an email for more information.

How to update your BeAScout pin

Who can update the pin? The Key 3 of the unit — committee chair, chartered organization representative and unit leader (Cubmaster, Scoutmaster, Advisor, Skipper) — has access to Organization Manager in my.Scouting tools, which will allow them to set up the unit pin.

What’s the process for doing so? A step-by-step guide is available online at this link. Look for the PDF link called “Setting Up Your Unit’s BeAScout Pin.”

What has changed? Pin management is no longer in “Legacy Tools.” It has been updated with a new fresh look and easier navigation. Everything you need to set up the pin is in one tool, meaning no more moving back and forth between tools or pages.

 

Recruiting Graphics & Images

Explore the images below to use in your marketing materials and social media posts and check out the BSA Brand Center for more useful tools and information!

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