Pack 901 Parent Volunteer Form
In order for Pack 901 to be a success, WE NEED YOU! Although this can seem overwhelming, the more people that are involved the better the experience for our kids.
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Each family needs to select at least one duty or activity to help run but please sign up for as many as you are interested in and we will find the right fit for you. Please contact Kevin Kiyoi ( for more information.
Parent's First Name *
Parent's Last Name *
Parent's Email *
Student's First Name *
Student's Last Name *
Den Leader or Assistant Den Leader
What does this job entail? You will educate your child and the Scouts in your Den about the ways of Scouting.

Support: You will be given guidebooks to help you through the curriculum. If you are worried that you have to figure out and organize everything - YOU DON'T!  There are Den Packs available that contain detailed instructions and all of the materials needed to get the student through the requirements to meet the next rank. The Pack Master will help guide you and support you as a Den Leader - YOU ARE NOT LEFT TO DO THIS ALONE. Leaders will need to complete an online Youth Protection Training module.  

Time commitment: one to two Den Meetings a month (this can be done via Zoom). Offer input during monthly leader meetings (run by the Scoutmaster and Committee Chair). Help support Pack Meetings
Den Leader *
Assistant Den Leader *
Assistant Committee Chair
The Committee Chair is in charge of registering the Pack with the National and Local Councils. This is an online form that is filled out each year which calculates the fees that need to be turned in. The Committee Chair is also in charge of writing checks or reimbursing Den Leaders who make agreed-upon purchases for the Den or Pack.

Support: Sarah Kiyoi is this year's Committee Chair but her son is graduating to Scouts at the end of the year. She will be training this assistant to take over next year as the Committee Chair. You will get to learn how to complete the paperwork together with this transition time. Leaders will need to complete an online Youth Protection Training module.  

Time commitment: 1 hour or less of paperwork a year. Help writing checks as needed for reimbursement (once a month at most). Attend Leader Meetings once a month and give input into the Pack's upcoming activities.  
Assistant Committee Chair *
Hike Master for the Month
Do you love the outdoors? Do you enjoy hiking the Bay Area? Our goal is (weather permitting) to offer a Pack Family Hike (masked, socially, distant, and safe) somewhere beautiful.

Support: Sarah Kiyoi is an avid hiker and will offer suggestions on places to visit. There is also a Trail Trecker Patch that can be earned by completing specific hikes.

Time commitment: time to plan out the hike, get information to the families and hit the open trails!
Hike Master for the Month *
Pack Meeting Assistant
For this duty we will ask you to be involved with the theme for an upcoming Pack Meeting. Our current leaders have laid out plans for the rest of 2020 - but we need YOUR fresh ideas to keep these activities fun and meaningful! This volunteer will attend the leader meeting this month and help brainstorm how to organize this event socially distant and special. Your ideas are what keeps this experience fresh and fun!

Support: As leaders we organize our Pack Events together. You would be contributing a small activity or event to add to the meeting.

Time Commitment: attend the leader meeting for that month and any prep work needed before the actual event. Help support the meeting as needed.
Pack Meeting Assistant *
Pinewood Derby
The Pinewood Derby in the Spring is one of the highlights of a Cub Scout's life. Scouts work with their families to turn an ordinary block of wood into a working race car. There are two aspects of this duty: helping families who do not own tools to cut and shape their car for painting; and those that can help the day of the actual race.
Pinewood Derby Build Day
Are you a parent with a drill? A skill saw? A Router? Do you have experience using the tools you find in your garage? If so this is an excellent duty to sign up for.

Support: we will gather the necessary tools at a central family's home on a Saturday and invite Scouts to drop in and learn how to create a car from a block of wood. There are a number of us who have experience with this and will be on hand to mentor - what we need is parents who know their way around a tool shop to help support the kids with their dream car.

Time Commitment: A few hours on a Weekend.
Pinewood Derby Build Day *
Pinewood Derby Race Day
For this event we will need several volunteers. The Pack owns a working track, complete with computer readouts and timed scoring. We will need help setting up the track and breaking it down on race day; working the computer; and helping to run the event as a whole (this may mean selling food at the event for dinner or helping to weigh in the cars for competition so you do not have to be mechanically-minded to join the fun!)

Support: Our current leaders have years of experience running this event but we need to pass on the information for the next generation. We can't do it without you!

Time Commitment: Approximately 4 hours the day of the event. Training will occur on site!
Pinewood Derby Race Day *
Finally, Pack 901 is only as good as the families that are involved. What are you passionate about? Do you have a charity or organization that we can help with? Is there a special project or activity that you know about that we have not considered yet? Tell us about your great ideas!
What great ideas do YOU have?
Thank you for your time and for making Pack 901 AMAZING!
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