The future to recruiting is now! Get updated and GET STARTED with BeAScout.org!!
National and local marketing efforts are driving families and in particularly interested parents and youth to BeAScout.org as a first step in finding a Scouting program. There are many reasons your unit should use it, but by far the most important reason is that I can help get more youth into our Scouting program.
All of our National and local marketing materials highlight the BeAScout.org site to new and potential families as a way for them to get connected! Please make sure your Scouting program is not looked over or out of date!
Update Your Unit’s BeAScout.org Pin!
Your unit leadership needs to designate someone to be the lead person in making sure your “BeAScout Unit Pin” is up to date and managed accordingly. This is a great role for the Unit Membership Chair. Your unit pin needs to be updated with a contact person, unit meeting times and locations, and even take the opportunity to highlight specific activities such as an Open House, Recruiting Event, or even your unit’s website!
The traffic for BeAScout.org is growing and we need every Scouting program to take notice and update your information. Don’t miss an opportunity to help us in making Scouting available to all youth and families that are interested and are searching for a unit online through this great tool. Updating your information is the first step, but managing the leads of interested families is where the real fun begins!
If you haven’t made this a part of your recruiting strategy – START TODAY!
Your unit’s Cubmaster, Scoutmaster, Crew Advisor, Committee Chair, or Charter Rep. has the ability to update and manage the pin by logging on to my.scouting.org
4 quick steps to be on your way to updating your pin:
*Note please use any browser other than “Internet Explorer” Chrome or Firefox work best.
For a quick tutorial and additional instruction on setting up your pin CLICK HERE
If you are having trouble or need any additional assistance in updating your pin please contact your District Executive or our council’s registrar at the Scout Office.