Utah Parks - TrainingWelcome to Cub Scouting

As a new leader, Youth Protection Training is your #1 priority in getting started. Then, completing your Position-Specific Training.

Step 1: Create My.Scouting Account
Step 2: Log in and complete Youth Protection Training
Step 3: Log in and complete your Position-Specific Training

Below are some key Cub Scout program resources that will help you be a successful leader:

Cub Day Camps:

You can always continue your education in Scouting. Below are additional trainings for you:

Akela's Council
Wood Badge
University of Scouting
Online LDS Pack Committee Training
The Boy Scout Blog
Roundtable

Cub Scouting Events

Frequently Asked Questions

Q. If an LDS Cub Scout earns their Faith in God as a Wolf does it count towards the Bear Rank?
 

A. Yes. All ranks now have the option of earning the Religious Emblem and counting it as one of the optional Duty to God adventure requirements. You can learn more about this by clicking here.

Q. What awards can my leaders earn?
 


Q. Do I need permission forms to go on any activities that are not regular Den meetings?
 

A. Tour plans are no longer required within the BSA. To read more about this click here.

Q. What is Scoutbook? Why do we need to use it?
 

A. To learn more about Scoutbook click here.

Q: When can girls sign up for Scouting?

A: As of June 2018, girls in grades k-5 (5-10 years old) can register in the Cub Scout Program. Girls of Boy Scout age can register in February 2019 in the new Scouts BSA program. To learn more about girls in Scouting click here.


Q. Where can I find a den/pack to register my daughter in?

A. Click here to find a unit and register your daughter(s). Don't see a unit near you? Contact your local Scout office.