Adult Volunteer Guidelines

Welcome and Thank you for helping out at Cub Scout Day Camp! We could not have a camp without you! 


Staff Welcome Letter


As an adult volunteer member we ask that you take the time today to read the guidelines below.

 

  • You are a valuable resource to our campers. Be ready to share your enthusiasm, knowledge and skills whenever possible. Be flexible. Be prepared with mini-discussion topics for advancement requirements to be covered, a song, a game, or a joke. These items make great fillers if there is lag time between station changes.
  • You are asked to provide assistance and supervision for your Unit at each station. Do not expect the Staff member assigned to the area to be able to handle the boys and their projects without your help.
  • Please try to stick to the scheduling as closely as possible. We will make every effort to have the boys complete their activities in the allotted time.
  • Volunteer parking is located in the side parking area, the staff will direct you where and how to park.
  • Everyone in camp is expected to adhere to the BSA Youth Protection guidelines
  • Smoking, alcoholic beverages, and controlled substances are NOT allowed in camp.
  • The TAG station is provided for potty-trained, pre-school children of volunteers who are at camp three days or more.  A tag parent must be at camp to utilize the TAG station, no drop offs are allowed.  Older siblings of TAGs are not allowed to take the child from the TAG station.  A Girl's Unit is available for cub scout age daughters of volunteers (1st - 6th grade), who are not  registered as Cub Scouts.   Fees are the same, and the Girl’s unit will participate in the same program as for Cub Scouts.