The Cub Scout program provides a common community for boys and girls from kindergarten to 5th grade to learn, take risks and grow in a safe, fun, group environment. For more information about Cub Scouts, program structure, adult leadership and training, and resources follow this link.
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Adult Leader Training Opportunities
All adult leadership opportunities require position-specific training in addition to Youth Protection Training. All direct-contact leaders are required to complete basic training in order for their units to recharter each year. Direct-contact leaders include: Cubmaster, Assistant Cubmaster, Den Leader, Assistant Den Leader, Scoutmaster, Assistant Scoutmaster. Studies have shown a positive correlation between a successful and thriving unit, and a trained adult leadership staff. Training opportunities are available in a number of ways:
- Online via my.scouting.org
- Atlanta BSA Cub Leader Training
- District training events are available for in-person trainings