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Title: 2013 FALL RECRUITMENT KICK-OFF


1
2013 FALL RECRUITMENT KICK-OFF
  • Todays Agenda
  • 1000 Gathering Welcome
  • 1015 1115 Program
  • Adults Recruitment Block Tackle
  • Kids Football fun with players on the stadium
    field

2
WELCOME INTRODUCTIONS
Rob Davis, Council Vice President of
Membership Cecil Lawson, Fall Recruitment
Chair Bob Wedig, Council Commissioner Margaret
Caldwell, BSA Staff Advisor San Jose State
University Spartan Athletics Dan Hackett, Matt
Siert, Blake Sasaki
3
San Jose State Scout Day
Join us for the 2013 Spartan Football Boy Cub
Scout Day
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 26th 400pm
  • Event Will Include
  • Buy One Get One Free Ticket Offer starting _at_ only
    15
  • Free Tailgate Space on our VIP Practice Field
  • Every unit that signs up 8 new members will be
    eligible to do a photo shoot on the field prior
    to the game to commemorate Scout Day 2013

Scout Unit Leaders with the most New Member
signups by October 10, 2013 will be entered to
win the following 1ST Place Recognition on the
field for the entire unit during the game 2nd
Place Sideline Passes (maximum of 4) 3rd Place
Autographed Coach Carragher Football
4
Council Fall Recruiting Rebate Program
  • 5 rebate for each new youth registered
  • August 15-September 30
  • Submit application for rebate and we will credit
    your unit account in October

5
Why do we recruit?
  • Ensure that every eligible Scout is extended an
    opportunity to join a Scouting program
  • Enrolling new families ensures the longevity of
    the unit
  • Enlist parent participation as helpers, unit
    leaders or committee members
  • Organize new units in under-served communities or
    where current units are at capacity

6
Why do families join?
  • Friends are having fun in Scouts
  • Parents are aware of the value of Scouting (maybe
    were Scout(s) as youth)
  • BSA probably stands for babysitters of America
  • Parents became aware through advertising/promotion
  • Someone asked the boy and he begged his parents

7
HOW do we recruit?
Word of Mouth
  • Showcase the fun

Print Promotion
Organized recruiting drive
Internet
8
Lets Play Ball
9
GEAR UP Scheduling your Recruitment
  • Meet with School Principal (early as possible)
  • Select a date 2-4 weeks away Sept. 16-27
  • This should be SEPARATE from your normal
    meeting
  • Schedule a Boy Talk for the week of the
    recruitment
  • Order promotional supplies

10
WARM UP Promoting your Recruitment
  • Order supplies (flyers, yard signs, etc.)
  • Post yard signs 2 weeks prior
  • Deliver flyers 1 week and 2 weeks prior
  • Hand out stickers during Boy Talk
  • (day of or before recruiting meeting)
  • Utilize school community audiences
  • (newsletters, open house, school website,
    festivals)

11
RALLY TIME
Audience Participation TOP TEN PROMOTION IDEAS
12
PLAY BALL Conducting your Recruitment
  • Make it welcoming
  • Greeter Sign in sheet Name tags
  • Make it fun!
  • Activity Show pictures Goofy song
  • Keep it simple highlight activities, touch on
    purpose values, refer to parent guide and pack
    calendar, have a follow up meeting pre-scheduled,
    keep it positive!
  • Be effective get all paperwork done tonight,
    collect fees, have a follow up meeting in a week
    to collect YPT cards for adults and conduct new
    parent orientation

13
Refer to Pages 9-12 for a Recruitment Meeting
Agenda
KEEP IT SIMPLE!
14
COOL DOWN Follow Up
  • Turn in registrations ASAP
  • (all are due by Sept 30th for the 5 rebate)
  • Contact all families who attended with-in 2 days
  • Have a follow up meeting in a week
  • Encourage adults to take Youth Protection
    Training
  • Remind families of next Pack meeting and all Fall
    activity opportunities
  • Work closely with the new Den - assign a coach

15
Resources for New Families
  • A welcoming parent in the unit
  • Pack welcome sheet
  • Calendar, leader contacts, fees
  • Onboarding packet
  • Applications, Parent guide, Boys Life magazine
    event flyers
  • The Scout Shop
  • Financial information/support
  • Popcorn Sales to help the boy earn his way
  • Uniform bank
  • http//troop-394.org/wiki/doku.php/uniform_b
    ank
  • Roundtable training
  • www.myscouting.org Youth Protection Training

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Fall Training with the Rookies
  • Get them early before other teams do
  • Get them hooked with a FUN activity within
    30-days
  • Assign a coach (existing leader) to guide the
    parents through the first few meetings and
    develop the new Den leader(s)
  • Get them registered for training

23
New Cub Scout Family Support
  • New Den Leader Training (see council website for
    dates)
  • Activities this spring/summer
  • 20th Annual Coyote Creek Cycling Classic
    October 12th - a family fun cycling event
  • SCOUT NIGHT WITH SPARTANS FOOTBALL OCTOBER 26TH
  • Camp Chesebrough Cub Scout Shootout events Aug
    24, Sept 21 Oct 26
  • Family Camp at Camp Pico Blanco Labor Day weekend
    at Pico Blanco Chesebrough Scout Reservations
  • Dad Lad Campout at Camp Pico Blanco September
    13-15
  • Cub O Ree at Chesebrough Scout Reservation
    October 5
  • Scouting for Food Service Project (November)
  • Go to the Beach
  • Go to the Zoo

24
Questions Answers
  • RESOURCES
  • Council website
  • http//www.svmbc.org
  • Council Service Center
  • 970 W. Julian Street, San Jose, CA (408) 638-8300
  • National Website
  • http//www.scouting.org/membership
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