Fall 2020 - Merit Badge Counselors
Hello Troop 437 Adults,
District has asked us to gather a list of our Merit Badge Counselors. We will be using this form to collect the information on our current counselors*, but would also like to take this opportunity to add more adults as Merit Badge Counselors.
There are over 130 Merit Badges - each with its own detailed guide on how to earn the badge. You don't need to be an expert to be a Merit Badge Counselor. For most badges, just an interest in the topic is all that is required - but you do need to be a Registered Leader in the Troop. You can learn about what it means to be a Merit Badge Counselor here:
and take a look at the Merit Badge list below. For more details about badges that interest you, please go to:
Current* and prospective new counselors - Please fill out this form by Friday, Nov 20, 2020. Reach out to Patty at
if you have any questions. Thanks!
*Current Merit Badge Counselors - Starting this Fall, Merit Badge Counselors will be entered into a National Database. To help ease the transition, we have an opportunity to bulk upload our list of counselors. After Dec 1, adults who were not uploaded will need to complete the Spirit of Adventure Council’s Merit Badge Counselor Application, have it signed by a member of the Key 3 and send it to the office. Save yourself the time and submit this form now :)
Badges you would like to be a counselor for
Please select all the badges that you would like to be a Merit Badge Counselor for. For more information on these badges, please go to
. Some merit badges require additional certifications, such as water based subjects and shooting sports. See the Guide to Advancement section 220.127.116.11 for more details:
Citizenship in the Community
Citizenship in the Nation
Citizenship in the World
Fish & Wildlife Management
Mining in Society
Model Design and Building
Pulp and Paper
Reptile and Amphibian Study
Search and Rescue
Signs, Signals, and Codes
Soil and Water Conservation
Available to be a counselor in any Merit Badge, as needed, by the troop
Are you currently a Registered BSA Adult Leader?
Becoming a Registered Adult Leader entails completing the application forms, taking Youth Protection Training (online) and paying the $42 yearly membership fee.
No, not yet but I plan to register as an Adult Leader.
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