Appointed by the Scoutmaster
and Den Leader
Description: The Den
Chief works with the Cub Scouts,
Webelos Scouts, and Den Leaders in the
Cub Scout pack.
Den Chief provides knowledge of games
and Scout skills that many Den Leaders
Den Chief is also a recruiter for the
is important because no troop can
thrive without new members and most
new members will come from Cub
13 or older
Star or higher (vs First Class
Must attend the troop
Junior Leader Training even if you
have attended in the past. (Den Chief
Attendance: Expected to
attend 75% of all troop meetings,
Patrol Leaders' Council meetings,
outings, and service projects.
If attendance is low, or if
there are three (3) unexcused absences
in a row, can be removed from office. In terms of
attendance with your den, you are
expected to attend 90% of den meetings
and pack functions.
You must inform the Den Leader
if you will be absent.
expected to given this job your best
example by wearing your uniform
that you will wear all of the parts of
the troop uniform, shirttail tucked
in, with all required badges in their
example by living the Scout Oath and
Law in your everyday life.
Show Scout Spirit in everything
you say and do.
the example by being an active Scout. Be on time
for meetings and activities.
You must call the Senior Patrol
Leader or Scoutmaster if you are not
going to be at a meeting or if you
suddenly have to miss an outing. You also
need to make sure that someone will
assume your responsibilities.
the purposes of Cub Scouting
Cub Scouts advance through Cub
Cub Scouts to join a Boy Scout
troop upon graduation
the Den Leader with activities
instruction during the den
a friend to the boys in the den
out at weekly den meetings and
monthly pack meetings