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In order to advance to the rank of [[Star Rank|Star]], [[Life Rank|Life]], and [[Eagle Scout Rank|Eagle Scout]], you must hold one of the following leadership positions for a certain amount of time. For Star, you must hold one of these positions for 4 months or more and for Life and Eagle you must hold them for 6 months or more.
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#REDIRECT[[Positions of Responsibility]]
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;[[Patrol Leader]]
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:To make [[Troop|troops]] smaller and easier to control, the troops are divided into groups called [[Patrol|patrols]]. The Patrol Leader is in charge of the members in his patrol. He is in charge of making sure the patrol does what needs to be done in order to succeed.
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;[[Senior Patrol Leader]]
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:The Senior Patrol Leader (or SPL) is the scout who oversees the entire [[Troop|troop]]. He is in charge of everything the troop does and he is in charge of making sure everything runs smoothly. He works along with the [[Scoutmaster]] and then passes the word on to the [[Patrol Leader|Patrol Leaders]]. He is in charge of assigning the younger scouts to do tasks as well as teaching them through example the scout oath and law as well as properly wearing his uniform.
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;[[Assistant Senior Patrol Leader]]
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:The Assistant Senior Patrol Leader (or ASPL) is second in command of the [[Troop|troop]]. He takes over the troop when the [[Senior Patrol Leader|SPL]] is unable to do so. Other than setting a good example and covering for the SPL, his main role is to teach the [[Scribe]], [[Quartermaster]], [[Librarian]], [[Historian]], and [[Chaplain Aide]] how to do their jobs.
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;[[Troop Guide]]
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:The Troop Guide’s main responsibility is to teach the new scouts the tasks they will need in order to be part of the [[Troop|troop]] as well as advance. He also makes sure that older scouts treat new scouts properly. The ultimate goal of the Troop Guide is to have the scouts advance to [[First Class]] in their first year of scouting.
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;[[Order of the Arrow Representative]]
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:The [[Order of the Arrow]] (or OA) is a brotherhood of scouts who demonstrate the [[Scout Oath]], and [[Scout Law]] in their everyday life. The members are elected by their [[Troop|troop]] and must go through an ordeal in order to be admitted. The OA Troop Representative is in charge of keeping the troop updated on OA activities and representing the troop in lodge meetings.
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;[[Den Chief]]
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:The Den Chief is a [[Boy Scout]] who helps [[Cub Scouting|Cub Scouts]] advance through the ranks to finally cross over into Boy Scouting. He attends the weekly Den meetings and monthly pack meetings and helps out with activities in the meetings.
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'''[[Scribe]]
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:The Scribe is in charge of recording [[Troop|troop]] records such as attendance, dues, advancement and minutes for meetings.
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;[[Librarian]]/[[Historian]]
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:This position involves keeping track of the history of the [[Troop|troop]] as well as the literature that the troop owns. He makes sure that the books stay up to date and in good shape.
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;[[Quartermaster]]
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:The Quartermaster oversees the equipment that the [[Troop|troop]] has as well as the condition it is in. He recommends ordering new equipment and purchases the food needed for camping trips.
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;[[Bugler]]
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:The Bugler plays the appropriate calls when told to by the [[Scoutmaster]]. He is also to learn a new call while being the troop Bugler.
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;[[Junior Assistant Scoutmaster]]
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:The Junior assistant Scoutmaster (or JASM) is an older scout, usually between 16 and 18, who serves as an [[Assistant Scoutmaster]] in preparation for a leadership role later on. He does jobs that the [[Scoutmaster]] tells him to do and sets a good example.
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;[[Chaplain Aide]]
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:The Chaplain aide makes sure that the [[Troop|troop]] keeps their faith in mind when planning activities as well as praying before meals and before lights out.
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[[Category:Youth positions]]
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