What is Scouts BSA?
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Scouts BSA Foundation
What is the first thing a Scout learns?
A Parent's Call to Action
Scouts isn't just for the kids. The parents get a lot out of scouting as well. We all are busy, but we make time for what's important to us.
Scouting isn't like soccer or baseball where we're on the sidelines cheering our kids on. Scouting is hands on. Whether you're helping them learn how to tie knots or showing them how to use hand tools or teaching them how to cook their own breakfast, parents will definitely need to be involved.
To get involved, take time to help the current leaders or just offer ideas at an upcoming meeting. You'll discover talents that you can share with the Troop. Don't worry about training as there is online training to get you up to speed with most of the roles that can be fit in around your busy schedule.
Any leader or volunteer in the Pack can tell you how you can help the group. If you help by doing something you are good at, you will find it rewarding and may lead you to becoming a volunteer.
When is a good time to get started?