The following list shows the Pack positions and links to resources available for each position. Parents can also engage families with Scout happenings by volunteering as Pack Facebook Administrator or Webmaster.

Leader Positions


Den Leader

Pack Committee Positions

The BSA requirements for Pack Committee positions explain who can be a committee member and the specific duties of each position.

BSA’s brochure for new Pack Committee members tells you what you need to do to get started.

Committee Chair
Maintain a close relationship with the chartered organization representative. Supervise pack committee operation and annual pack program planning. See that new dens are formed as needed. Support the policies of the BSA.

Pack Program Planning Resources


Pack Trainer
Appoint a committee member or other registered adult to be responsible for Youth Protection training. Provide a training program for adult family members. Train parents, guardians, and pack committee members in ways to stimulate Scout advancement.
Adult Cub Scout Training

Cub Scout Youth Protection

Help establish and maintain pack budget plan. Maintain Pack bank account. Approve and record all budget expenditures. Guide the pack in conducting council-approved pack money-earning projects.
Planning the Program Year Budget
Keep informed of all Cub Scouting materials to help leaders function effectively. Maintain up-to-date information on membership, leadership, attendance, advancement and inventory. Handle correspondence for the pack. Keep notes on business conducted at pack leaders' meetings.
Cub Scout Resources
Advancement Chair
Have a working knowledge of Scout advancement plans. Help plan and conduct induction and advancement recognition ceremonies. Collect den advancement reports at pack leaders' meetings for use when ordering badges and insignia from the local council service center.

Cub Scouting Advancement 

BSA Awards Central Uniforms and awards


Outings Chair
Help plan and arrange for outdoor activities.  Arrange for property, fire, and tour permits when required. Help inform parents and guardians about opportunities for family camping and BSA camps. Review all activities to ensure that unit leaders comply with BSA policies in the Guide to Safe Scouting.

Cub Scout Activities Main Page

Cub Scout Outdoor Program

Use MyScouting to enter Tour Plans

Membership and Re-registration Chair
Prepare reregistration papers and an annual report to the chartered organization. Secure signatures and registration fees for the coming year. Develop and carry out a plan for year-round membership growth.
Registration resources

Recruitment planning strategies

Friends of Scouting Chair
Enroll family members and Cub Scout leaders in FOS. For every five families in the pack, recruit, enroll and train one person as an enroller. Give recognition to contributors and enrollers. Work closely with the pack committee on public relations for FOS.
Friends of Scouting Resource Guide


Public Relations Chair 
Stimulate pack service projects. Promote family participation in all pack events. Urge pack participation in appropriate programs of the chartered organization. Provide communications support for recruitment. Distribute pack newsletter to families and pack announcements. 

Templates and marketing toolbox

About service projects

Conservation Good Turn projects

Service Project Planning Guidelines

Age Guidelines for Tool Use