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District Commissioner

Responsibilities:

A district commissioner leads the commissioner staff and does the following:

  • Identify and recuit enough of the right people as commissioners so that all Scouting units in the district receive regular, helpful service.
    • Assistant district commissioners
    • Cub Scout roundtable commissioner
    • Boy Scout roundtable commissioner
    • Venturing roundtable commissioner
    • Enough unit commissioners for each to serve only three units

  • Provide opportunities for
    • Immediate commissioner orientation..
    • Frequent basic training.
    • Training topics at all monthly commissioner meetings.
    • The entire staff to attend the annual council commissioner conference.

  • Supervise and motivate unit commissioners to visit each unit regularly, identify unit needs, and make plans to meet unit needs.

  • Administer the annual commissioner service plan, which gives specific purposes for commissioner contact with units at designated times of the year.

  • Oversee the unit charter renewal plan so that each unit reregisters on time and with optimum membership.

  • Guide roundtable commissioners to ensure that monthly roundtables are well-attended, and provide practical and exciting unit program ideas.

  • Plan and presideat monthly meetingsof the district commissioner staff.

  • Work with the district chairman and district executive to stimulate and coordinate the work of the district (the district Ket 3)

  • Help meet district goals.

  • Represent the district as a member of the council commissioner cabinet.

  • Support local and national Scouting policy and procedures.

  • Attend district committee meetings to report on conditions of units and to secure specialized help for units.
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