Troop Committee

A Boy Scout troop committee is essentially the board of directors for a Boy Scout troop. This committee is a group of at least three people who assist with supervision and management of a the unit. They help provide the resources that the youth leadership need to carry out their plans. The committee also ensures that a Scoutmaster has the resources and support to provide the program in accordance with Boy Scout policies and regulations.

Please reference the Troop Committee Guidebook attached below. 

Note:  Coming soon - new Troop Committee Guidebooks are expected to be released from BSA later this year  (more info)

D.W. Metz,
Aug 19, 2013, 5:45 AM