The VERY Active and VERY Hardworking Adult Leaders of Troop 380

Although the scouts of Troop 380 are running the show, the success of the program depends very much on the perseverance of the adult leaders as well.

Volunteers sacrifice time, effort, and money (not to mention resale value on their cars) to make sure the boys get the most out of the program. These pages are to recognize the hard work of our adults.

Adult Application(pdf)

Parent Guide to Troop 380   (pdf)

Merit Badge Counselor  (pdf)

Volunteer Drivers

If you are a Troop 380 Scouter that plans to volunteer as a driver for any Troop event, please download and fill out the Driver information for tour permits. The information helps the committee update the transportation database used for the tour permits online.

Important Changes to BSA Youth Protection Training Policies

Effective June 1, 2010:

  • Youth Protection training is required for all registered volunteers.
  • New leaders are required to take Youth Protection training before they submit an application for registration. The certificate of completion for this training must be submitted at the time application is made and before volunteer service with youth begins.
  • Youth Protection training must be taken every two years. If a volunteer’s Youth Protection training record is not current at the time of recharter, the volunteer will not be reregistered.

To ensure these policies are fully implemented, please take the following steps:

  • If you have not taken Youth Protection training within the past two years, please log on tMyScouting and take the training. Be sure to have your member ID number. The number can be found on your Boy Scouts of America membership card.
  • If you do not know your member ID number, contact your unit leader or committee chairman. Your council can also assist.
  • A person does not have to be a registered volunteer or have an ID number to take Youth Protection training. To take the training, log in to MyScouting and create an account. From the MyScouting portal, click on E-Learning and take the Youth Protection training. Upon completion, print a certificate and submit it with an application or submit to the unit leader for processing at the local council.
  • If you have taken Youth Protection training online but did not input your member ID number, please log on to MyScouting and input your member ID in the My Profile section so the training will be linked to your records.
  • If you have taken Youth Protection training within the past two years but did not take the course online, log on to MyScouting to ensure your records are up-to-date, or contact your council for verification that your Youth Protection training records are accurate.
  • Finally, please share these important changes with other Scouters.

To find out more about the Youth Protection policies of the Boy Scouts of America and how to help Scouting keep your family safe, see the Parent’s Guide in any of the Cub Scouting or Boy Scouting handbooks, or go to