Adult Awards (Cub Scouts)

Den Leader Award

This award can be earned as a Tiger Cub Den Leader, Wolf Cub Scout Den Leader, Bear Cub Scout Den Leader, and Webelos Den Leader. It can be earned in each position, but tenure may be used only for one award. (Yellow Knot on Blue Background)

Turn in the completed form to your District Executive or Scout Office and the award will be presented at Roundtable. The Council covers the cost of the knot as a small gesture of gratitude for service.

Tenure

Complete one year as a registered den leader in the position selected. 
Tiger Cub den leader’s tenure can be the program year as long as it is greater than eight months.

Training

  1. Complete the basic training for the selected den leader position.

  2. Complete This Is Scouting training.

  3. Attend a pow wow or university of Scouting (or equivalent), or attend at least four roundtables (or equivalent) during the tenure used for this award.

Performance

Do five of the following during the tenure used for this award:

  1. Have an assistant den leader who meets regularly with your den.

  2. Have a den chief who meets regularly with your den.

  3. Graduate at least 70 percent of your den to the next level.

  4. Take leadership in planning and conducting a den service project.

  5. Have a published den meeting/activity schedule for the den’s parents.

  6. Participate with your den in a Cub Scout day camp or resident camp.

  7. Complete Basic Adult Leader Outdoor Orientation (BALOO).

  8. Complete Outdoor Leader Skills for Webelos Leaders.

  9. Participate with your den in at least one family camp; if your den is a Webelos den, participate with your den in at least two overnight camps.

  10. Take leadership in planning two den outdoor activities.

  11. Hold monthly den meeting and den activity planning sessions with your assistant den leaders.

Progress Record for Den Leader Award

 

Cubmaster Key

Turn in the completed form to your District Executive or Scout Office and the award will be presented at Roundtable. The Council covers the cost of the know as a small gesture of gratitude for service. (Green and White Knot on Tan)

 

Tenure

Within a five-year period, complete at least three years of registered tenure as a Cubmaster or one year as a registered assistant Cubmaster plus two years as a registered Cubmaster. 
(This can include the tenure used to earn the Scouter’s Training Award.)

Training

  1. Complete basic training for Cubmasters.

  2. Complete This Is Scouting training

  3. Attend a pow wow or university of Scouting (or equivalent), or attend at least four roundtables (or equivalent) during each year of the tenure used for this award.

Performance

Do the following during the tenure used for this award:

  1. Achieve at least the Silver level of Journey to Excellence for at least two years. 

  2. Earn the National Summertime Pack Award at least once.

  3. Conduct an annual pack planning session and have a published pack meeting/activity schedule for the pack’s parents in each year.

  4. Participate in at least one additional supplemental or advanced training event at the council, area, region, or national level.

Progress Tracking Form for Cubmaster Key 

 

Cub Scout Leaders Training Award

Turn in the completed form to your District Executive or Scout Office and the award will be presented at Roundtable. The Council covers the cost of the know as a small gesture of gratitude for service. (Green Knot on Greenish Background)

Tenure

Complete at least two years of tenure as a registered adult leader in a Cub Scout pack.

Training

  1. Complete basic training for any Cub Scout leader position.

  2. Complete This Is Scouting training.

  3. Attend a pow wow or university of Scouting (or equivalent), or attend at least four roundtables (or equivalent) during each year of the tenure used for this award.

Performance

Do the following during the tenure used for this award:

  1. Participate in an annual pack planning meeting in each year.

  2. Serve as an adult leader in a pack that achieves at least the Bronze level of Journey to Excellence in each year. 
    The Quality Unit Award is acceptable if the tenure used is prior to 2011.

  3. Give primary leadership in meeting at least one pack Journey to Excellence objective in each year.

  4. Participate in at least one additional supplemental or advanced training event at the council, area, region, or national level during the two years.

Progress Record for Cub Scout Leader's Tranining Award