Become a VIRTUAL DEN CHIEF or TECHNOLOGIST
Set a good example by having a positive attitude and behaving in a proper and respectful manner that reflects the Scout Law and the Scout Oath.
Treat each boy with respect, sensitivity, and fairness.
Know the purposes of Cub Scouting, and help the boys to achieve them.
Arrive on time and prepared to start.
Wear the BSA Boy Scout uniform completely and correctly. (His troop will present him with the Den Chief Badge and “Trained” patch that he is to wear).
Know and understand the monthly BSA Core Value.
Be an “Activity Assistant” for the den: Lead and/or assist with the specific activities the den leader requested the den chief to prepare for.
Assist with set-up, song/skit/ceremony rehearsal and any pre-assigned den activities at the monthly pack meetings.
Participate in consistent communication with the the den leader so the den chief’s responsibilities for the den and pack meetings are clearly understood, prepared and organized.
Recognize and work with the denner as his right-hand man by giving the denner opportunities to serve.
Encourage Cub Scouts to become Webelos.
Encourage Webelos to become Boy Scouts.
The Den Chief is appointed by the Scoutmaster. Troops can have multiple Den Chiefs.