Recruiting Scouts is one of the most exciting responsibilities of unit leaders. With each new Scout or Venturer we bring into our program, a new
opportunity to make a positive impact on a young life begins. However, membership recruiting can be challenging, so please use any of the following resources to make
your round-up more successful!
This site features fun games and interactive experiences for the kids and parents. An excellent resource for unit leaders!
Called "The ScoutZone," this is an excellent multimedia driven introduction to the Scouting program for parents and interested boys.
See the 12 Steps for organizing a new unit and learn how to earn the special new unit organizer award recognition. The complete PDF on the award is available for
These various sized post cards can be used by Cub Scouts and leaders to invite new boys to Den and Pack programs.
This Cub Scout orientated activity sheet is designed as a recruiting tool to be used with cafeteria
or restaurant trays.
Only about fifty percent of Webelos II cross over into a Boy Scout Troop. This guide aides Scoutmasters, Webelos Den Leaders and Cubmasters in the transition process.
This guide aides Troop leaders in conduction an Troop Open House. An open house is an excellent opportunity to showcase your program to recruit new Scouts.
This is a very basic fact sheet about the foundations of the Scouting program.
This form may be used with new Scouts and family members to see if individuals have any vocational or special interest expertise which can provide exciting
Scouting programs (including new merit badge counselors).
This guide offers useful tips to making your recruiting efforts successful any time of the year.
A brochure on selecting quality cub scout leaders and what to look for in such a leader.
A brochure on selecting quality unit leaders in general and what to look for in such a leader.
Feel free to browse the Programs
section of our website to gather more information on the different programs offered by the Five Rivers Council, BSA.