How To Join BSA T452?

 

Thank you for interesting Troop 452 for your son Scouting experience and hopefully for yourself to be a member of what we feel is an outstanding organization.   Joining a Troop is a very simple process and we've made it even easier for you.  The links below take you to the forms needed on the BSA website to become a youth or adult member of the Troop.

The following information also details the training that is required by BSA for all adults before you can be a registered member of the Troop.  The training is not optional, but required for all adult members.  For your son, he has no training requirements, but a health form is needed.  The health forms are mandatory and critical for safety if you or your son want to participate in any Troop outings including summer camp.

If you have any questions or concerns, feel free to contact any of the leaders on the

Boy Scouts of America Youth and Adult Applications 
Scout Application*Adult Application* 
Merit Badge Counselor*
BSA Medical Form A & B* 
BSA Medical Form Part C*
(required for summer camp)
A majority of BSA training can be taken at thehttp://olc.scouting.org/info/bsfs.html website with a unique login that you create.  You can start taking training immediately and later associate your BSA ID number with your account.  Your ID number is given to you after you register as an active BSA member. 


Youth and Adult Application Requirements

  1. Applications must be fully completed and signed by the parent for a Scout and the applicant for the Adult applications.  Applications are processed at the Troop level by the Committee Chair and delivered to the Council by the Committee Chair.
     
  2. Medical forms must be completed with copy of a medical insurance card (front and back); applicants must have a date for a tetanus shot. No physician signature required on parts A & B. Without Medical forms A & B, you or your son will not able able to participate in any Scouting activities with the Troop.  Their are no exceptions.   Part C is needed if you plan to attend summer camp with the Troop.

You are welcome to our trop meeting to know more about us! for more information, please contact our membership chair.

 

Adult Scouting Application Additional Requirements

Training Required

The courses below will need to be taken prior to your application being accepted as an adult member of Troop 44.  Depending on the position you will be in whether it is on the Committee or part of the Program, different training is required.  Items 5 and 6 below are not expected to be taken prior to applying for a position as they are only offered at BSA facilities at specific times during the year.  Summer camp is generally an excellent time to take them if you can attend camp, but they are offered outside of summer camp via the Council.

  1. Youth Protection Training (Y01) - all leaders
  2. This is Scouting (WA01) - all leaders
  3. WEB Boy Scout Leader Fast Start (WSFS) - all leaders
  4. WEB Troop Committee Challenge (WS10) - for Committee Members only
  5. Scoutmaster Specific Training (S24) - for Assistant Scoutmasters only - This class is not taken online but at a BSA facility or summer camp.
  6. Intro to Outdoor Leader Skills (S11) - for Assistant Scoutmasters only - This class is not taken online but at a BSA facility or summer camp.

Vehicle Information

Vehicle information is needed for our Troop records.  This information is needed for all leaders since you may at one time be a driver on an outing and be listed on a Tour Plan for the outing.  A tour plan is needed for many of the outings that we have throughout the year.

  1. Drivers license state and number
  2. Vehicle year
  3. Vehicle make
  4. Vehicle model
  5. Number of seat belts
  6. License plate number
  7. Insurance coverage (per person, per accident, property)
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