CUB SCOUT FALL RECRUITMENT 2009. Monmouth Council, BSA. Why Do We Do This?. To Give every boy the OPPORTUNITY to join Scouting Grow our Packs More Kids=More Fun More Volunteers=More Help!. How Do We Do This?. Fall recruitment is a two part process!
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Monmouth Council, BSA
To Give every boy the OPPORTUNITY to join Scouting
Grow our Packs
More Kids=More Fun
More Volunteers=More Help!
Fall recruitment is a two part process!
Part One: THE BOY TALK- Boy Talks are and inschool presentation to the youth at your school about 1-3 days before your recruitment night
Part TWO: THE SCHOOL NIGHT- This is the special night your pack has designated to sign up new families
Boy Talks are an inschool presentation done by Pack Leaders and your District Executive to get BOYS excited about joining Cub Scouts.
These can be done in 3 Ways- Classroom presentations, School-wide assemblies, or Lunch time announcements
Boy Talks are what get kids wanting to bring the fliers home!!
School Nights are a SPECIAL night that is designated by your Pack for the sole purpose of signing up new Scout Families
These aren’t back to school nights in the school, these are to recruit new members. At Back to School Nights parents come to see teachers- Scouting School Nights parents come to sign up for Cub Scouts
These should be well organized and fun
There are lots of resources available for your Pack!!
School Night Folders
School Night Crates
Your District Executive & District Committee
BEASCOUT.org brings Scout recruitment into the 21st century
It is a website that anyone can go to 24 hours a day and find information about a local Pack or Troop
Your Pack can update its contact information and description at anytime, all you need is your password from your local District Executive!
We have thousands of fliers and hundreds of posters and yard signs to put out in the community to promote your recruitment, all you need to do is ask!
School night fliers are always available and can be printed up for your unit, with advance notice!
Help us promote this fall recruitment and get your posters and yard signs at your local Scout Service Center! Get them to businesses and yards in your neighborhoods today!
If this is your first time running a school night, you may feel overwhelmed or not know where to begin...DON’T WORRY we CAN HELP!
Your DE will have a special packet of resources JUST for your Pack’s School Night. They also have a great bag of tricks- called a school night crate that they can bring to your school night that will provide every resource you need to help sell the sizzle of scouting to prospective families!
The school night crates include handbooks, leaders guides, applications, boys life magazines, posters, insurance information, and much, much more!
Do you know who is the best recruiter of Cub Scouts? A CUB SCOUT WHO LOVES YOUR PACK!
This year we have evites that families, and scouts, can send to their neighbors, little league teammates, and friends.
Find our evites on www.monmouthbsa.org!
Have a Unit Recruitment Chair
Promote, Promote, Promote
Have yard signs and posters at local restaurants and shopping plazas
Have each family use evites to invite friends
Tell people about www.beascout.org
Have Scouts wear their uniform to school on the day of your recruitment
Work with your District Executive on planning your Boy Talk and School Night
Ensure parents fill out applications at your school nights, don’t just send them on their way with information