The Scoutmaster is the adult leader who presides over Troop Operations and sets the “tone” of the Scouting program.  He knows the quality of his leadership touches every Troop member, and can potentially impart a life-long impression of Scouting.  He is supported by the Assistant Scoutmasters (ASMs), and all must take specialized BSA endorsed training.  The Scoutmaster is nominated by the Troop Committee, and approved by the Charter Organization.  ASMs are recruited based on talent and interest.  General responsibilities and duties are listed below:


Assistant Scoutmasters