Getting started with Cub Scouts can be intimidating - our parent handbook (link at bottom of this page) has the basic information on uniform, expectations and more to get you started!
Here is the Guide to Safe Scouting which contains a generalized informational policy and procedure for scouts and leaders:
And HERE is a great link for you to use for your Cub Scouting Adventures with the NEW Program!
This link above is a guide for knowing which adventures are required and which ones are fun and challenging electives.
Also, here are some links to help you with your form needs for Camps!
We register as a Pack, not individually
For Day Camp:
For Webelos Camp:
For Bear Camp:
**How do I become a Leader?
**I want to help, but I don't want to be a uniformed Leader. Can I still help?
*Register yourself a free account.
*Take Youth Protection Training (found in the e-learning section)
*Take Den Leader Specific Training(s)/position-specific training(s).
*Make 2 copies of each certificate of completion, one for your records, one for the Pack's.
*Fill out an Adult Application and turn it in with your training copies to the Pack.
*After verification, you may either be an approved Leader (parent helper) or volunteer for a Uniformed Leader Position!
*Youth Protection Training: New leaders are required to take Youth Protection Training within 30 days of registering and before volunteer service with youth begins. Youth Protection Training must be completed every two years to remain current.
*Fast Start Training: An orientation training for your volunteer position you can take to get you started before Position-Specific is available.
*Leader Position-Specific Training: The main course necessary to be considered “trained” for your Scouting position. See the training page of Scouting.org for “What Makes a Trained Leader.” Please Note: The instructor-led version of Position-Specific is the preferred method of training in the BSA. Self-Study such as these e-learning courses are only for those who cannot otherwise attend a training course.