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Adult Leadership Opportunities

Scouting needs dedicated volunteers to help provide fun and exciting adventures to our youth. You can get involved as a leader working with your child and other children in the community, or as an administrative support volunteer working behind the scenes. We provide all the training and resources you need to help provide the adventure of a lifetime.

Looking to become a Scouter & work with your group?

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Current Leadership/Volunteer Opportunities

Submit note of Interest and/or Resume to helpdesk@scouts.ca

  • Group Commissioner
  • Group Commissioner

    Accountable to the assigned Group Support Scouter or Relationship Manager, the Group Commissioner provides leadership to ensure safe, high-quality programs through Group health to deliver the Canadian Path program and Scouts Canada’s Five Priorities at both Group and Section level. The Group Commissioner is ultimately accountable for the success of the Five Priorities within their Group. As our front-line Volunteer managers, Group Commissioners have a critical role in building a healthy and vibrant Scouting movement in Canada – while being the visible ambassador of Scouts Canada within their community

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  • Group Support Scouter
  • Group Support Scouter

    As a member of the Council team, the Group Support Scouter is a team member who acts as a resource, and Group support for local Scout Groups, keeping in line with Scouts Canada’s strategic priorities.  

    The Group Support Scouter works directly with Group Commissioners (GC) and their Group Committee. The ultimate objective of the role is providing opportunities for all youth to participate in our organization. Scouts Canada’s Mission: to help develop well-rounded youth better prepared for success in the world. 

    The Group Support Scouter provides direct support to Groups, develops relationships within the Scouting network to guide and coach groups to reach their goals and maximum potential. 

    Group Support Scouters offer high-quality Group support and work towards positively impacting our Mission through membership growth. Support will be provided to Groups through multiple channels, including telephone, in-person meetings, e-mail, and video conferencing. 

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