The Washington, D.C. District is responsible for four standard functions to keep scouting in D.C. strong: membership, finance, program, and unit service. Hundreds of dedicated volunteers serve in a variety of positions to fulfill these four functions, from committee and program chairs to Commissioners, are all listed below.
If you, or someone you know, are interested in helping support Scouting in DC as an adult volunteer at the district level, please contact Aaron Marrs, District Chair, with your interest or any questions you might have. We have a number of positions that need volunteers to fill them and we are always looking for additional help and support!
- District Key 3: Overall district leadership is provided by the Key 3, consisting of the district chair, the district commissioner, and the district executive.
- District Committee: Three of the district’s four functions are carried out by the district committee, these are the functions of membership, fund development, and program. These three functions are key to the success of our district, and relies upon a team of volunteers.
- District Commissioners: The fourth function, unit service, is carried out by the Commissioners of the district. Commissioners have a special impact on a district’s success because of their direct line relationship to units.