The district membership committee
gathers information on prospective chartered organizations, helps organize new
units, reorganizes dropped units and units not meeting, and recruits new
members in a systematic way. It establishes and maintains mutually beneficial
relationships with major community organizations and strategic alliances, both
those with and without Scouting units. These include religious, educational,
civic, fraternal, and veteran organizations and associations; business and
industry; professional societies; and other organizations with objectives
compatible with the Boy Scouts of America.
to the district chair.
enough of the right kind of people to support all functions of the committee.
on the council membership/relationships committee.
a year-round plan for unit and membership growth.
and trains new-unit organizers.
with district training teams to provide new units with trained personnel.
and conducts youth and chartered organization surveys.
relationships with potential chartered organizations and community groups.
with other district leaders how to work effectively with various types of
new packs, troops, teams, and crews to meet the needs of serving youth in your
district membership figures for all program levels.
that a new unit is under the care of a commissioner before the organizer
membership events in the district: (a) roundup plans, (b) Together Plan, (c)
and attains membership growth objectives annually as defined through the
council’s strategic plan.