Cubs & Scouts Leaders Required

1st Borough Green Scouts & Cubs Groups need Leaders.

Cubs meet on a Monday evening between 6.30pm – 8pm (term time).

Scouts meet on a Friday 7pm to 9pm (during school term).

Why Become A Cub Or Scout Leader?

Becoming a Cub or Scout Leader is a great way to make a real difference in young people’s lives. You get to teach them important life skills and values. It’s not just about the kids, though; you’ll also grow as a person. You’ll get better at leading, solving problems, and speaking in front of people. These are skills that can help you in other parts of your life as well.

You’ll also meet new people who care about the same things you do. This network of friends and contacts can help you in both your personal and work life. On top of that, being a leader helps you do something good for your community. You become someone the kids look up to, and you encourage them to help others. This makes the whole community a better place.

And let’s not forget the fun part—spending time outdoors. As a leader, you get to show kids how amazing nature can be. This is especially important these days when many are glued to screens.

So, being a Cub or Scout Leader is rewarding for you, good for the kids, and great for the community. It’s more than just a role; it’s a way to make a positive change in the world.

As a Section Leader there is more training (Online and a bit of face-to-face) and you are allowed to be in charge of a Beavers meeting. Section Assistants Support at Beaver meetings, and have some online training.

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