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Commissioner Corps

Rechartering Presentations 2018

Commissioner Support

Commissioners are the heart and soul of the BSA’s volunteer movement and have been involved in Scouting since its very beginning in 1910. They were the first commissioned volunteers, and some of them became professional Scouters as the need was defined. That is why both commissioners and professionals still wear the wreath of service position patch on their field uniforms, even today. This strong bond continues as district executive/district commissioner serve together as members of their district Key 3.

The Role of the Commissioner in Unit Service

The most important role of the commissioner is to provide unit service to Cub Scout packs, Boy Scout troops, Venturing crews, Explorer Posts and Clubs and Sea Scout ships by:

The Role of the Commissioner in Membership

The Role of the Commissioner in Unit Retention

Roundtable Commissioner Support

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