Recruiting and Registration

WHEN: Wednesday, April 30, 6:30 PM
WHERE: Nashua Valley Council Service Center

Please join us for the Nashua Valley Councils spring recruitment kick off meeting. We really want packs to have strong spring recruitment so we are asking that each pack send a representative to this meeting. There will be great ideas to help improve your spring membership drive along with demos from units that have run successful recruitment nights. There will also be plenty of great promotional materials available for units to use. We will also be announcing the new “EARN YOUR STRIPES” pack summertime program. Below is a list of items available at this meeting.

  • Inflatable Wavy Scouts
  • Recruitment Posters
  • Popcorn machine
  • Recruitment flyer request form
  • “Join Scouts” Banners
  • New scout info packets
  • Mini Boys Life magazines
  • Youth and adult applications

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The council has established the following peer-to-peer recruiting incentives.

1. Cubs, Boy Scouts, or Venturers who recruit a brand new member will be entered into a raffle for a $100 Scout Shop gift card.

2. Each scout that recruits 3 or more new youth receives a special limited edition patch.

3. Recruit 4 or more youth and be entered into a drawing for a free week at summer camp. 

Applications must be received by close of business on November 1. Leaders are asked to verify the name of the recruiter and Scouts recruited at the time applications are turned in.

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Unit leaders can complete their unit's annual charter renewal online.

Charter Renewal

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This article details the required documents and information that must be provided for all adult leader applications.

For the forms referenced in this article, please refer to the Common Forms section of this web site.

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Youth safety is the No. 1 concern of the BSA.

To increase awareness of this societal problem and to create even greater barriers to abuse than already exist today in Scouting, the Boy Scouts of America has implemented mandatory Youth Protection training for registered adults. As recharter season approaches unit leaders and committee chairs are STRONGLY encouraged to review your leadership training records and ensure that your leaders have all taken youth protection training. DO NOT LEAVE THIS UNTIL THE LAST MINUTE. Missing training records will delay renewal of your unit's charter.

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Refer to this list for common questions and answers relating to youth and adult registrations. For other questions please contact the Council Service Center at 978-534-3532

For the forms referenced in this article, please refer to the COMMON FORMS section of this web site.

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The Boy Scouts of America has launched a new recruiting Web site In addition to a wealth of information about Scouting for new and prospective members, this Web site will also connect prospective members and parents to packs, troops, and crews near their home.

All Nashua Valley Council units have a listing on Ths initial listing contains generic information and uses the contact information for the Nashua Valley Council service center. Unit leaders may customize this listing to include meeting location and local unit contact information.

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