T57 Volunteer Assignments 2018-2019
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Orinda Troop 57 Adult Leaders
Open Positions1436
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#Volunteer PositionSkills / Equipment RequiredResponsibilitiesPrimaryBackupComments
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1ScoutmasterSM Training (2 day-long sessions, position-specific and IOLS). Wood Badge training preferred.Train and guide youth leaders. Work with adults to bring Scouting to boys. Use methods of Scouting to achieve aims of Scouting. Maintain relationship w/Troop Committee Chair.Jim McFeely,
David Finger
Potentially last year
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2Assistant ScoutmasterASM Training (3-hr Position Specific training, 2-day IOLST). Wood Badge training preferred.Help Scoutmaster with specific program duties to operate the troop.Ed Justus,
Gary Peterson,
Walter Pease,
Chris Gee,
Tony Grosso,
Ken Goldman
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3Chartered Organization RepCommunication skillsMain contact with Chartered Organization (St. Mark's United Methodist Church). Organization's contact with district committee and Local Council. May become member of district committee and is voting member of council. Appoints unit committee chair.Lisa DeLillo
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4Troop Committee ChairAbility to plan, organize, run meetings.Organize adult troop functions. Take admin burden from SM. Maintain relationship with SM & St. Marks' Rep. Assign parents at least one assignment or prjoect annually. Ensure BSA policies followed.Michael Hoeffel
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5Secretary (can have >1)Note-taking and writing skills, ability to summarize action itemsTakes minutes at Parent's meetings, post/share with troop. Role model for how to take notes for youth Scribe.
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6TreasurerFinancial knowledge, Quicken, bank account, balance books, produce budget/actual reportsHandle troop funds. Pay bills. Collect annual registrations & support recharter. Maintain checking and saving accounts. Prepare annual budget, reports. Lisa DeLilloWould like back-up
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7Advancement ChairComputer proficiency; familarity w/Scout requirements; 1 year of participation getting to know troop members a big plus. Trips to Council office and Scout Store in Pleasant Hill.Encourage Scouts to advance in rank. Maintain advancement records, or work with Scribe to do so. Organize materials for courts of honor. Liaison with Council Service Center for advancement records. Ensure librarian has MB books.Ken Goldman
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8Web Communications & Content, Troop Website (SOAR)Computer, web, writing skillsManage website and photo storage. Train youth webmaster. Post announcements. Add graphics. Route website inquiries.Eric Thompson,
Ken Goldman
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9Merit Badge Counselor Coordinator,
Adult Membership Records
Organize and keep paperwork, occassional trips to Council office in Pleasant HillMaintain merit badge counselor list. Process adult membership forms. Ensure MB Counselors have YPTLisa Hamasaki
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10Membership Coordinator (recruiting) for Pack 52 (Del Rey)Know families in the Packs, good communication skills, responsive to inquiriesDevelop plan for year-round membership flow into troop. Work with Packs to provide smooth transition from pack to troop. Organize 1+ open houses and invite non-scouts into the troop.Doug McManamon
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11Membership Coordinator (recruiting) for Pack 225 (Glorietta)Know families in the Packs, good communication skills, responsive to inquiriesDevelop plan for year-round membership flow into troop. Work with Packs to provide smooth transition from pack to troop. Organize 1+ open houses and invite non-scouts into the troop.Doug McManamon
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12ScoutParent Coordinator (?)Organizational skillsProvides news, announcements re: unit to newspapers, bulletins of sponsors, web sites, etc. Promote service projects and family participation in unit events. Promote new membership and let neighborhood know that Scouting is available.
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13Den Chiefs LiaisonPack familiarity helpfulAssist in develping and recruiting Den Chiefs, getting them into training. Assist in cross-over ceremony from Webelos to Boy Scouts.
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14Eagle AdvisorMust learn Eagle project requirements. Prefer those who have been through Eagle process.Counsel prospective Eagle Scouts on their Eagle projects and other requirements to attain Eagle. Arrange training for older Scouts and adults to learn process.Gary Peterson
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15Eagle Court of Honor CoordinatorEvent planning or light project management skills helpfulOrganize adult meetings to plan and conduct Eagle Court of Honor for new Eagle Scouts.
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16Medical Records Coordinator
(could be 2-person job with "Collect" and "Distribute" roles)
Paperwork organization; computer & document scanning skills helpful. Available to get forms to outing leaders before each outing.Collect medical records from all Scouts and Adults who attend outings. Provide medical forms to outing leaders.Chuck Voong
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17Outdoor Activities Chair,
Outing Reservations
Computer to make reservations; available at 7am every month or two or when reservation windows openSecure camping reservations. Ensure sufficient camping nights. Secure tour permits. Report @ Troop Committee.David FingerNeed someone to start taking over
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18Training ChairFamiliarity with courses helpful; computer to email expired YPT adults. Can access BSA account online.Ensure troop leaders, youth, and committee members know upcoming training opportunities. Maintain training materials. Follow up with expired YPT adults.Patrick BeahamKen Goldman
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19YPT ChampionCommunication, computer skillsMake sure all adults and older youth members of troop complete BSA Youth Protection Training and stay YPT-certified.Patrick BeahamKen Goldman
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20Equipment CoordinatorWork with Youth quartermaster; organized. YPT, ASM preferredSupervise and help the troop buy camping equipment. Work with quartermaster on inventory, proper storage, maintenance of troop equipment. Safety checks on gear. Encourage safe use of gear.Ed Justus
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21Hikemaster (can have >1)Enjoy hiking! Knowledge of great hikes or willing to get a guidebook.Work with PLC to commit to hike series (e.g., Rim of the Bay, Historic Hikes, etc.), identify leaders for hikes, go on many hikes.Sean McCarthyGary Peterson
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22ChaplainFamiliar with variety of religious traditions and faiths, working with youthProvide spirtual tone to meetings & outings. Teach Scouts to give thanks before meals. Give guidance to chaplain's aide. Help Scouts with Duty to God requirements.Ignacia Guzman
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23Fundraising ChairAbility, availability to work w/scouts to choose fundraising activities, conduct fundraising events as warrantedConduct fundraising campaign through Scouts. Teach sales and marketing skills to scouts, e.g., for Salesmanship MB if desired.
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24Friends of Scouting Annual Fundraising ChairTwo-hour training from District. Make presentation, send emails to troop.Conduct annual BSA Friends of Scouting campaign. Attend training, distribute brochures, give speech at COH, report progress at Troop CommitteeSusan Persin
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25Public Relations ChairOrganizational skillsProvides news, announcements re: unit to newspapers, bulletins of sponsors, web sites, etc. Promote service projects and family participation in unit events. Promote new membership and let neighborhood know that Scouting is available.
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26Leave No Trace & Outdoor EthicsBackpacking skills desired; willing to teach Scout leaders LNT principles. Passion for conservation helpful.Learn and teach Leave No Trace principles to LNT Youth and PLC. Encourage applying LNT priciples into outing planning.
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27Community Service Outings LeaderPassion for community serviceEncourage PLC to engage in community service (part of their troop vision). Make reservations at Glide, Orinda Creeks, Food Bank, etc. Report hours to district, council and on JTE website.Ignacia GuzmanMichael Hoeffel
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28Intro to Leadership Skills Training (ILST) CoordinatorManagement or Business Planning skills helpfulHelp scouts plan ILST - Troop Leadership training program, find volunteers to teach coursesMichael HoeffelKen Goldman
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29AdvanceCamp CoordinatorOrganizational skillsRegister troop members for annual late-September event at AdvanceCamp.com (Trailhead advancment, MB work). Organize troop's own advancement workshops before Fall and Spring Courts of Honor to help complete requirements.Chris Gee
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30Scouting for Food ChairDesire to help communityPromote event in troop and community. Work with PLC to distribute hangers. Distribute maps (on Website) to drivers. Drive the neighborhood at end of day for missed/late food.Brett Roberts
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31Aviation Merit Badge CoordinatorOrganizational skillsCoordinate with flying group to work on merit badge out at Concord air fieldLisa Hamasaki
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32Winter Camp Awareness CoordinatorOrganizational skillsRegister and lead troop members to USS Hornet training conducted by OA
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33Troop Challenge CoordinatorOrganizational skillsAttend organizational meetings, oversee troop involvement in Briones District event at Camp HermsEd JustusChris or Tony?Need backup
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34Orinda July 4th Parade CoordinatorOrganizational skillsOrganize troop participation in parade
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35San Francisco Pride Parade CoordOrganizational skillsOrganize troop participation in parade
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36Parent SocialEnjoy entertainingConduct a parent social at beginning of year Ignacia Guzman
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37Court of Honor Refreshments Fall/Spring (can have >1)Google spreadsheet skills handy.Organize refreshments or potluck dinner for Court of Honor.Jeanette McCarthy
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38Recruiting Night Donut ChefWillingness to make donuts (and to learn how if necessary)Make the donuts! Will need to shop in advance and set up early to get oil hot the day of the meeting. Recipes and instructions available.
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39Pizza drinks for Annual softball gameAbility to pick up, deliver c. 20 pizzasBring refreshments to softball game last week of May/first week of June.
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40Annual Picnic/BBQ (can have >1)Picnic planning, event planning skills requiredConduct Annual Picnic BBQ for TroopSuzanne TomLisa DeLillo
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41Wente Summer Camp Registration Coordinator for Summer 2019Organizational skills, organize camp registration forms; fill out forms as needed.Work with outing leader and Wente to register Scouts for camp and merit badge classes.Tony Grosso
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42Other Camp Registration (CCV, Log Cabin, Wolfeboro, etc.)Organizational skills, organize camp registration forms; fill out forms as needed.Work with outing leader and camp to register Scouts for camp and merit badge classes.
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43Philmont Registration Coordinator for Summer 2019Organizational skillsWork with Team to conduct registration process with Scouts, maintain roster and payment status, collect payments, submit deposits to Philmont Sean McCarthyLisa DeLillo
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44Cherry Valley Coordinator for Summer 2019Organizational skillsWork with Team to conduct registration process with Scouts, maintain roster and payment status, collect payments, submit deposits to Cherry ValleyWalter Pease
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45Summer 50 Miler LeaderOrganizational, backpacking skillsGet backcountry permits., plan route, recruit participantsMike Reaves
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