As a Scouting Ambassador, you are a influential, local advocate who can connect with individual units, volunteers and parents to increase how quickly and expansively we deliver information and celebrate successes as a movement.
Here is what being a Scouting Ambassador looks like:
- Be prepared and excited to share your pride for Scouting’s positive message in your community – both within the Scouting community with volunteers and local units, as well as outside of Scouting, with friends and neighbors.
- Identify three units in our council to connect with and be prepared to facilitate a parents’ meeting to help explain to parents what we do to keep our programs are vibrant and safe.
- Stay up to date with the latest Scouting news by making sure you read the weekly ScoutingWire e-newsletter, as well as select Scouting Ambassador updates sent to you directly so you are prepared and empowered with the latest information.
- Should the need arise, we want you to have the information you need to quickly contact your units and offer in-person parent meetings to share timely and accurate information in a direct and transparent manner.