Chartered Organization Resources

Chartered Organization Resources

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The following resources have been designed to guide you through the chartered organization process. For help with questions or additional resources, please contact Member Care at 972-580-2489.

Annual Charter Agreement:

BSA Rules and Regulations PDF-download

Chartered Organization Representative Guidebook PDF-download

Chartered Organization Resources Guide PDF-download

Scouting – It Works For You mp4_256

  • Religious Chartered Organization Resources

    Scouting is challenging. It is action- and skill-oriented; constructively competitive; balanced between scholarship and practical application. Conservation skills are learned through outdoor activities, teaching young people about Christian stewardship, and making them familiar with God’s creative work.

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  • Education Relationship Resources

    Scouting relies heavily upon outstanding relationships with parents, and with private and public educational organizations, given the common objectives of educating and developing America’s youth.

    Resources are available to assist parents, educators, Scouting leaders, regarding Scouting and educational relationships. Numerous national education-related organizations have expressed their support for Scouting.

    Education Resources >>

  • Civic Organization Resources

    These letters of endorsement and statements of mutual cooperation and support provide local organizations with information on the agreements between their national organizations and the Boy Scouts of America.

    Civic Organization Resources >>