Parent Volunteer Roles:

 

 

Assistant Tiger Den Leader.

The assistant Tiger Den Leader will join Mike Cialowicz in leading the Tiger Scout Den (First Graders), usually about 6-12 in number.  This person organizes a monthly Den meeting or activity, helps the Tiger scouts with advancement, and coordinates the den on outings or at Pack events.  The Assistant Tiger Den Leader also attends the monthly Pack Committee meeting.  As with all other pack leaders, the Assistant Tiger Den Leader must complete Youth Protection Training.  Ideally, the Assistant Tiger Den Leader will be trained via the Marin Council's Position-Specific leadership training program, a half-day course usually offered in the Fall and again in the Spring, paid for by Pack 33.

 

Assistant Wolf Den Leader.

The assistant Wolf Den Leader will join Brien Porter in leading the Wolf Scout Den (Second Graders), usually about 6-12 in number.  This person organizes a monthly Den meeting or activity, helps the Wolf scouts with advancement, and coordinates the den on outings or at Pack events.  The Assistant Wolf Den Leader also attends the monthly Pack Committee meeting.  As with all other pack leaders, the Assistant Wolf Den Leader must complete Youth Protection Training.  Ideally, the Assistant Wolf Den Leader will be trained via the Marin Council's Position-Specific leadership training program, a half-day course usually offered in the Fall and again in the Spring, paid for by Pack 33.

 

​​Committee Chair

The Pack  33 Committee Chair helps the Cubmaster and other pack leaders plan and conduct the year and is responsible for recredentialling the pack with Marin Council each fall (i.e., updating the list of active members).  This is a great job for someone who wants to help behind the scenes.  

Membership Event Coordinator

Pack 33 hosts two membership events—one around the start of the school year and another in late Spring or mid-Summer—to get the word out about our program to potential scouts and their families.  The fall event is usually an Ice Cream Social & Rocket Launch.  The spring or mid-Summer event is usually a picnic or other outdoor social event.  The Membership Event Coordinator will assist the Cubmaster in planning the event, setting up the venue, and picking up the food and drinks for the event.  The Membership Event Coordinator will help orient new members along with the Cubmaster.  The Membership Event Coordinator takes a brief online training course required by BSA as well as addition to Youth Protection Training.

Winter Camp Lead

Visit our Winter Camp page under the Activities tab.  Taking place from Friday, December 9 to Sunday, December 11, this is a fun weekend up in the Sierra—hopefully with snow!—at Marin Council's Ibach Lodge, with a full kitchen and bunks.  The Winter Camp Lead will lead the meal planning, food purchasing, and cooking while at the cabin.  There will be lots of help, and food always tastes great to hungry Scouts fresh from sledding or hiking in the woods.  The Winter Camp Lead gets a guaranteed spot for their family at this space-limited event!