Use this form to register for Fall Round-Up Recruitment Kick Off, upload your incentive submissions, update you unit info, and request marketing materials.

Congratulations to Strive for Five Q2 Incentive Achievers!

The following packs have achieved Strive for Five by the pack deadline of June 30, 2023. Every new Cub and the Cub that recruited them will receive a rocket! If your pack has not gotten yours yet, please contact [email protected].

Troops that hit Strive for Five get a $250 credit for weekend camping at the Horseshoe Scout Reservation camps. Troops have until December 31, 2023 to achieve this incentive. Contact [email protected] for more details.

Pack 4

Pack 60

Pack 76

Pack 20

Pack 69

Pack 134

Troop 50G

Troop 58

Troop 78

Fall Round-up Recruitment Kick Off Presentation

Our Fall Round-ups are over but you can still watch the presentation or download the PDF to learn great recruiting techniques and new membership news.
Please note: someone from your pack MUST have attended one of these dates to qualify for the Cub Scout Q3 incentive!

Fall Recruiting Guide!

Calling all Adults, learn more about proven-methods to promote your Pack or Troop and recruit new Cubs and Scouts. Our guide has step-by-step instructions, ideas, and links to help you get your information out to families and run successful events!


2023 Recruitment Incentives

Q3 Weekend Camping Incentive Checklist:

Fall Checklist

Financial Assistance

For those who would like to request financial assistance, funds are available to help offset annual youth fees for families in need of financial assistance. Unit leaders use this form to send to a family, or families can request directly with this form.


Update Your BeAScout Pin is THE tool for families to find your Scouting unit and register online, so it’s critical to make sure your BeAScout pin is accurate and online registration is enabled.

Who Can Update Your Unit’s BeAScout Pin?
Your Unit’s Key 3: Unit Leader, Unit Committee Chair, or Unit Chartered Organization Representative.

Step 1: Log into
Step 2: Go to Organization Manager.
Step 3: Update your Unit Information. 
  • Select Unit Pin on the left.
  • Set the “Appear on BeAScout” to the “on” position, allows the unit pin to be shown on the map. 
  • Set “Allow People to Apply Online” so it is in the “on” position.
  • Add Contact Information. Include a name and an email address (telephone number is optional). 
  • Enter your unit’s web address in the Unit Website box. 
  • Add additional information, like meeting day and time.
  • Check your unit meeting address and correct if needed.
Step 4: Select the fields to display on the pin. Your choices will automatically appear in the Unit Pin Preview.

Printable Resources!

Many more printables are available at this link!

Your New Member Coordinator

Sustaining strong membership in a unit depends not only on having new members join the unit, but also on engaging youth and their families in the unit experiences so that they feel welcomed and want to stay. The role of the New Member Coordinator is to ensure that both keys to success take place.

The New Member Coordinator (NMC) position has been designed to:

  • Be a FUN and engaging position.
  • Form relationships with new members and their families.
  • Use a team approach by encouraging more than one NMC in a unit, allowing them to tailor their work to individual interests/expertise, as well as to recognize the particular needs of the unit.
  • Fit every type of unit, every age level and every program.
  • Be recruited and supported by key unit leadership.
  • Be provided with training both online and face to face.
  • Be mentored by the district membership chair and become part of the district membership team.
  • Be visible and easily identifiable at unit gatherings by their Welcoming smiles and their BSA “Welcome” logo that they display and wear on an activity shirt, on a hat or vest or in some cases, a pin on a field uniform.