Troop Librarian Position description
Troop Librarian is an appointed (non-elected) cabinet leadership position. The Troop Librarian is responsible for maintaining the troop library.
- Sets up and takes care of the Troop library.
- Keeps records of books and pamphlets owned by the Troop.
- Adds new or replacement items as needed.
- Have literature available for borrowing at all Troop meetings.
- Makes frequent announcements when the library is available.
- Keeps a system to check books and pamphlets in and out.
- Follows up with all scouts on late returns.
- Enthusiastically and correctly wears the Scout uniform (all four parts).
- Shows Scout spirit. Scout spirit applies to how a Scout lives and conducts his ‘daily’ life. He shows Scout spirit by being a role model to his peers, living by the Scout Oath and Law. The concept of Scout spirit is not based on how many Scouting events or outings a Scout attends, but rather by how he helps bring out the best in others as a reflection of his own character and attitude in his ‘daily’ life.
Successful Completion of the Requirements
- Maintains 75% attendance to troop meetings and scheduled events, including weekly meetings and troop outings.
- Annual Review by Scoutmaster for Scout spirit, Oath, and Law assessment.
- Serving as Troop Librarian can apply towards positions of responsibility requirements for Star, Life, and Eagle.
- There is no minimum rank for this position.