Troop Guide

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The Troop Guide is there to help new boys become part of the [[troop]]. He may be assigned to instructing [[Tenderfoot]] through [[First Class]] Skills.
The Troop Guide is there to help new boys become part of the [[troop]]. He may be assigned to instructing [[Tenderfoot]] through [[First Class]] Skills.
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# Reports to: Assistant Scoutmaster in charge of new boys
# Reports to: Assistant Scoutmaster in charge of new boys
# Responsibilities:
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#* Works with the patrol leader of new boys [[patrol]] in order to protect them from the abuse of the older experienced Scouts
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#* Works with the patrol leader of new boys [[patrol]].
#* Guide new Scouts to becoming part of the troop
#* Guide new Scouts to becoming part of the troop
#* Serves on the PLC
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#* Either six months or until a new troop guide can take his place, whichever is most prudent
#* Either six months or until a new troop guide can take his place, whichever is most prudent
# Notes:
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== Resources ==
 
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Resources used for this page in 2005-2006:
 
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* [http://www.troop7.org/Leaders/TroopGuide.html Troop 7 Troop Guide]
 
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* [http://members.cox.net/troop10/junior_leaders_job_descriptions.htm Troop 10 Junior Leader Job Descriptions]
 
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The Troop Guide is there to help new boys become part of the troop. He may be assigned to instructing Tenderfoot through First Class Skills. Patch Enlarge Patch

  1. Appointed By: Scoutmaster
  2. Reports to: Assistant Scoutmaster in charge of new boys
  3. Responsibilities:
    • Works with the patrol leader of new boys patrol.
    • Guide new Scouts to becoming part of the troop
    • Serves on the PLC
    • Sets a good example
    • Enthusiastically wears the uniform correctly
    • Shows Scout spirit
  4. Qualifications:
    • First Class
  5. Fulfills:
    • Star - 5
    • Life - 5
    • Eagle – 4
    • Palm – 3
  6. Recommended:
    • Attending Junior Leader Training run by Troop
  7. Term:
    • Until the next election, removal, or will to change
    • Either six months or until a new troop guide can take his place, whichever is most prudent
  8. Notes:
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