Timpanogos DistrictUnit Service - Commissioner Page

 

Unit Service - Commissioner Page 


A unit commissioner is successful when the units he or she serves are providing a quality program for youth.

Resources for New and Continuing Unit Commissioners (UC's) and Assistant District Commissioners (ADC's)

Step One: Get Registered, either as a Unit Commissioner, or Assistant District Commissioner, depending on you assignment.  Download Adult Leader Application. Sign this form and return it to the District Commissioner.

Step Two: Get Trained.  Complete Commissioner Fast Start Online.  Complete Commissioner Basic Training See Calendar for training dates.  Also find additional training information at the council training page.

Step Three: Explore other commissioner resources here such as manuals, support materials, and scout shop items.  Use this District Web Site and the Council site to serve units.

Step Four: Being Servicing Units.  Use the Journey to Excellence as a guide for unit health.  Visit units formally or informally.  Make notes of your visits in the Unit Visit Traking System on Myscouting.org.

Typical Commissioner Structure

Additional Resources

Stake or Sub-District
Stake Presidency - High Councilman - ADC's - Oversee 5-6 UC's
Young Men's President - UC - Venturing - 3-4 Wards or Units Primary President - UC - 11-Year-Old's - 3-4 Wards or Units
1st Counselor - UC - Varsity Scouting - 3-4 Wards or Units 1st Counselor - UC - Cub Packs - 3-4 Wards or Units
2nd Counselor - UC - Boy Scouting - 3-4 Wards or Units 2nd Counselor - UC - Cub Packs - 3-4 Wards or Units
Additional UC's as needed to maintain 3-4 UC's per unit ratio - A typical stake will need about 3 more UC's to help the stake YM do their job adequately. Additional UC's as needed to maintain 3-4 UC's per unit ratio - A typical stake will need one more UC to help with 11-year-olds.

For the Strength of Youth

Position To-Dos First Week Month Quarter

Program Features Volume 1

Program Features Volume 2

Program Features Volume 3

Sample Annual Plan

Sample Weekly Activity Plan

Scout Handbook

Scouting Positions Calling List

Theme-based Program Planning

Training Resources Web Links

Leader Resources

District/Local Helps
Calendar
Scoutbook (Internet Advancement)
Get Registered
 

Council Camps

Beaver
Blue Mountain
Eagle Mountain
Entrada
High Uintah
Jeremiah Johnson
Maple Dell
Tifie
Scofield
Thunder Ridge

Supplies

Official Uniform
Literature
Important Forms
National Scout Shop
Order Advancements Online

Key Links

The Boy Scout Blog
National Scout Shop
Journey to Excellence
Council Login
My.Scouting
 

 

Contact Us

Orem Scout Office 
(Headquarters)
748 North 1340 West

Orem, Utah 84057
(801) 437-6222

Cedar City Scout Office
444 South Main #3A
Cedar City, Utah 84720
(435) 586-1613

 

 

Ephraim Scout Office
45 East 400 South
Ephraim, Utah 84627
(435) 283-6451

Price Scout Office
212 East 100 North
Price, Utah 84501
(435) 637-8059

 

 

Richfield Scout Office
95 West 100 South
Richfield, Utah 84701
(435) 896-6619

St. George Scout Office
204 North 1000 East
St. George, Utah 84770
(435) 628-5172

Vernal Scout Office
240 East 100 North
Vernal, Utah 84078
(435) 789-9108