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}}The '''Varsity Scout Team Coach''' is the adult responsible for working directly with the Varsity Scouts to help them create the program for the [[team]]. The team coach trains boy leaders to run the team by providing direction, coaching, and support.
}}The '''Varsity Scout Team Coach''' is the adult responsible for working directly with the Varsity Scouts to help them create the program for the [[team]]. The team coach trains boy leaders to run the team by providing direction, coaching, and support.
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==Position description==
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The key adult leader of a Varsity Scout team is the Coach. Sometimes in the middle of activities, but more often from the sidelines, the Coach tries very hard to make it possible for Varsity Scouts to work together as effective team players who live according to the principles of Scouting. The [[chartered organization]] must give careful thought to the responsiblities of a Varsity Scout Coach and select candidate who will do his or her best to fulfill these obligations.
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{{quote-source|I had stipulated that the position of Scoutmaster was to be neither that of a schoolmaster nor of a commander Officer, but rather that of an elder brother among his boys, not detached or above them individually, able to inspire their efforts and to suggest new diversions when his finger on their pulse told him the attraction of any present craze was wearing off.|[[Robert Baden-Powell]], ''Lessons from the Varsity of Life'', 1933}}
==Responsibilities==
==Responsibilities==
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* Trains and guides boy leaders.
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* Trains and guides Varsity Scout youth leaders to run their teams.
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* Works with other responsible adults to bring Varsity Scouting to boys.
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* Involves the parents of team members to maximize the effectiveness of Varsity Scouting.
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* Attends all team meetings and activities.
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* Guides team leaders in planning the program.
* Uses the methods of Scouting to achieve the aims of Scouting.
* Uses the methods of Scouting to achieve the aims of Scouting.
* Can be male or female, but must be at least 21 years of age.
* Can be male or female, but must be at least 21 years of age.
* Is appointed by the head of the chartered organization.
* Is appointed by the head of the chartered organization.
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{{quote-source|I had stipulated that the position of Scoutmaster was to be neither that of a schoolmaster nor of a commander Officer, but rather that of an elder brother among his boys, not detached or above them individually, able to inspire their efforts and to suggest new diversions when his finger on their pulse told him the attraction of any present craze was wearing off.|[[Robert Baden-Powell]], ''Lessons from the Varsity of Life'', 1933}}
 
==Equivalents==
==Equivalents==
{{Unit Top Youth-facing Adult Leader Equivalents}}
{{Unit Top Youth-facing Adult Leader Equivalents}}

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Team Coach

The Varsity Scout Team Coach is the adult responsible for working directly with the Varsity Scouts to help them create the program for the team. The team coach trains boy leaders to run the team by providing direction, coaching, and support.

Position description

The key adult leader of a Varsity Scout team is the Coach. Sometimes in the middle of activities, but more often from the sidelines, the Coach tries very hard to make it possible for Varsity Scouts to work together as effective team players who live according to the principles of Scouting. The chartered organization must give careful thought to the responsiblities of a Varsity Scout Coach and select candidate who will do his or her best to fulfill these obligations.

I had stipulated that the position of Scoutmaster was to be neither that of a schoolmaster nor of a commander Officer, but rather that of an elder brother among his boys, not detached or above them individually, able to inspire their efforts and to suggest new diversions when his finger on their pulse told him the attraction of any present craze was wearing off.
Robert Baden-Powell, Lessons from the Varsity of Life, 1933

Responsibilities

  • Trains and guides Varsity Scout youth leaders to run their teams.
  • Involves the parents of team members to maximize the effectiveness of Varsity Scouting.
  • Attends all team meetings and activities.
  • Guides team leaders in planning the program.
  • Uses the methods of Scouting to achieve the aims of Scouting.
  • Can be male or female, but must be at least 21 years of age.
  • Is appointed by the head of the chartered organization.


Equivalents

The Team Coach is the key youth-facing adult leader in the unit. Other key unit adult leaders are:

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