Commissioner Service

Council Commissioner’s Vision Statement and Goals

As Council Commissioner, I will strive to see that the Commissioner Corps... increases the vital relationship between units, and the Districts and Council, through service to Packs, Troops, Crews, and Posts, by providing service to them tailored to their individual needs, challenges and opportunities. Goals:

  • Provide an environment conducive to increasing unit serving Commissioners in established Districts by 20% by the end of 2019.
  • Ensure that revitalization of Commissioner Service occurs in Districts currently without District Commissioners by the end of 2019.
  • Facilitate District Commissioners and their Corps as they ensure that units increase their percentage of fully trained leaders by 20% by the end of 2019.

Commissioner Resources:

Upcoming Council Training Events:

College of Commissioner Science
August 10, 2019
General Education Building (GEB)
The University of Tennessee Health Science Center (UTHSC)
8 South Dunlap
Memphis, TN 38163
$25.00

This College of Commissioner Science is unit service training designed to educate all commissioners, roundtable staff, District or Council Committeemen, and professional Scouters. Its purpose is to provide high-quality continuing education for unit service volunteers and professionals so that the units they serve have a successful, quality program.

The Keynote Speaker is Carol McCarthy, International Scouter and Silver Buffalo Recipient.

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Upcoming National Training Events:

Applying Technology in Unit Service Impact Session
Friday, August 23, 2019 through Sunday, August 25, 2019
Camp Belzer, Crossroads of America Council
6102 Boy Scout Road
Indianapolis, IN 46226
$50.00

Are you comfortable using the scouting technology tools available to you? Do you know how to collect and access the information needed to develop a unit service plan? Are you comfortable teaching how to use these tools to unit leaders and commissioner team members?

This impact session is a “hands-on” opportunity to learn from members of the national commissioner support staff and other top-quality faculty. You get an overview of the technology and the value of the technology plus how to put it to work. This is more than Commissioner Tools. Topics include Scoutbook, Member Manager, Training Manager.

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Delivering a Great College of Commissioner Science Impact Session
Friday, October 4, 2019 through Sunday, October 6, 2019
Sam Houston Area Council
2225 N Loop West
Houston Texas 77008-1311
$50.00

Colleges of Commissioner Science are a great way to develop commissioners, keep them current with the latest news and give them networking opportunities.

This impact session offers an opportunity to learn and identify best practices for delivering a College of Commissioner Science. You will learn how to plan, recruit and execute a College, come to know what resources are available, and identify other commissioners with expertise in delivering great colleges who will become resources to you and your team.

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Recruiting and Engaging Commissioners Impact Session
Friday, November 1, 2019 through Sunday, November 3, 2019
ROGER S. FIRESTONE SCOUTING RESOURCE CENTER
1485 Valley Forge Road
Wayne, PA 19087
$50.00

Do you have enough commissioners today? Do you have a pipeline of new commissioners preparing to serve the new girl packs, replace retiring commissioners and meet the future need to serve girl troops? And we also need to ask if you have enough roundtable commissioners?

This impact session offers an opportunity to:

  • Learn and identify best practices to develop a recruiting plan
  • Increase accountability for a recruiting plan, identify potential candidates
  • Develop an approach to each candidate that increases the chance for success
  • Know what to do when the answer isn’t “yes,” what to do when the answer is “yes”
  • Create an expanded network of Scouting resource

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