SCOUTMASTER'S JUNIOR LEADER TRAINING KIT

Position Description: Historian

(Photocopy for Scout's Use)

INTRODUCTION

When you accepted the position of historian, you agreed to provide service

And leadership in our troop. This responsibility should be fun and rewarding.

This position description tells some of the things you are expected to do while serving as a junior leader. You should make notes on this sheet as you participate in the "Introduction to Leadership" session with your Scoutmaster or assistant Scoutmaster.

RESPONSIBLE TO

Assistant senior patrol leader

SPECIFIC DUTIES

Gather pictures and facts about past activities of the troop and keep them in scrapbooks, wall displays, or information files.

Take care of troop trophies and keepsakes.

Keep information about troop alumni. Set a good example.

Wear the Scout uniform correctly.

Live by the Scout Oath and Law.

Show and help develop Scout spirit.

RESOURCES

As a troop junior leader, there are many resources available to help you. These include people such as your Scoutmaster, assistant Scoutmasters, and troop committee members. Other resources include your fellow troop junior leaders, teachers, religious advisers, and community leaders. Some literature resources that can help you follow:

Boy Scout Handbook, No.33105

Junior Leader Handbook, No. 33500A

Scoutmaster Handbook, No.33009

Fieldbook, No.33200

Boy Scout Songbook, No.33224

Boy Scout Requirements, No. 33215C

Troop Program Resources, No.33588

Troop Program Features, Volume I, No.33110

Troop Program Features, Volume II, No.33111

Troop Program Features} Volume III, No.33112

Boys' Life magazines

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

INTRODUCTON TO LEADERSHIP

Copy of troop rules and policies

Troop roster

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Activity calendars troop, district, local council, chartered organization, school)

Troop/Team Record Book, No. 34508B