BSA Cub Scouting Information

July 2013 - Engaging Parents

BSA Cubcast -

It’s the summer and, hopefully, you’re out and about doing fun activities with your Cub Scouts, but have you found yourself wondering, “Gee, how can I get the parents more involved?” We thought you might, so Linda Case, committee chair for Pack 459 in Whitehouse, Tennessee, joins us to explore opportunities to engage parents in the Cub Scout program.

July 2013 - Engaging Parents

BSA Cubcast -

It’s the summer and, hopefully, you’re out and about doing fun activities with your Cub Scouts, but have you found yourself wondering, “Gee, how can I get the parents more involved?” We thought you might, so Linda Case, committee chair for Pack 459 in Whitehouse, Tennessee, joins us to explore opportunities to engage parents in the Cub Scout program.

June 2013 - Planning the Cub Scout Year

BSA Cubcast -

If you only listen to one Cubcast this year (although we hope you catch them all), make this the one. Hilda Blaine, a 5-year Cub Scout volunteer extraordinaire with the Grand Canyon Council in Phoenix, AZ, chats with us about everything you need to plan your Cub Scout year and how it will make your Cub Scout Leader experience a whole lot easier.

June 2013 - Planning the Cub Scout Year

BSA Cubcast -

If you only listen to one Cubcast this year (although we hope you catch them all), make this the one. Hilda Blaine, a 5-year Cub Scout volunteer extraordinaire with the Grand Canyon Council in Phoenix, AZ, chats with us about everything you need to plan your Cub Scout year and how it will make your Cub Scout Leader experience a whole lot easier.

April 2013 - The Cub Scout Outdoor Program

BSA Cubcast -

Fishing, sleeping under the stars, toasting marshmallows; camping can be so much fun if you do it right. Joining us is Jennifer Mooney, the camping director for the Cascade Pacific Council in Portland, Oregon. Jennifer has been working at Cub Worlds since she was in high school. She definitely knows the importance of camping for our young members and how it impacts retention.

April 2013 - The Cub Scout Outdoor Program

BSA Cubcast -

Fishing, sleeping under the stars, toasting marshmallows; camping can be so much fun if you do it right. Joining us is Jennifer Mooney, the camping director for the Cascade Pacific Council in Portland, Oregon. Jennifer has been working at Cub Worlds since she was in high school. She definitely knows the importance of camping for our young members and how it impacts retention.

March 2013 - The Importance of Being Trained

BSA Cubcast -

You’ve got a group of 8-year-olds coming to the house on Thursday; now what? Well, you probably already know that training is the secret to a successful den or pack meeting, but you probably think you have no time for training or the training will be boring. Fear not, Cub Scout leader! Mark Griffin, the team leader for volunteer development at the National Council in Irving, Texas, is here to dispel those myths and explain the importance of being trained.

March 2013 - The Importance of Being Trained

BSA Cubcast -

You’ve got a group of 8-year-olds coming to the house on Thursday; now what? Well, you probably already know that training is the secret to a successful den or pack meeting, but you probably think you have no time for training or the training will be boring. Fear not, Cub Scout leader! Mark Griffin, the team leader for volunteer development at the National Council in Irving, Texas, is here to dispel those myths and explain the importance of being trained.

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