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The William D. Boyce New-Unit Organizer Award is presented to recognize volunteers who organize one or more traditional Scouting units. The award may be worn on the adult uniform. The award is a square knot placed over the three colors representing the three phases of our program—Cub Scouting, Boy Scouting, and Venturing. A volunteer can earn the knot by organizing one traditional unit, and a program device can be earned for up to three additional units organized. The award recognizes volunteers for organizing traditional units after March 1, 2005.
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<center><big>The William D. Boyce New-Unit Organizer Award recognizes [[volunteer]]s<br>who organize one or more traditional Scouting [[units]].<br>See [[Recruiting]] for resources.</big></center><br> [[Image:WilliamDBoyceNewUnitOrganizerAwardKnot.gif|frame|right|William D. Boyce New-Unit Organizer Award]]
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The award may be worn on the [[adult uniform]]. The award is a square knot placed over the three colors representing the three phases of our program—[[Cub Scout]]ing, [[Boy Scout]]ing, [[Varsity Scout]]ing and [[Venturing Portal|Venturing]]. A volunteer can earn the knot by organizing one traditional unit, and a program device can be earned for up to three additional units organized. The award recognizes volunteers for organizing traditional units after March 1, 2005.
The award is administered by the Relationships Division and will be presented by the local council.
The award is administered by the Relationships Division and will be presented by the local council.
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:1. With the approval of the district committee chair, the volunteer serves as the organizer and completes the successful organization of one new traditional unit (Cub Scout pack, Boy Scout troop, Varsity team or Venturing crew).
:1. With the approval of the district committee chair, the volunteer serves as the organizer and completes the successful organization of one new traditional unit (Cub Scout pack, Boy Scout troop, Varsity team or Venturing crew).
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:2. The volunteer organizes the unit by following all procedures as published in the “New Unit Organization Process” (No. 34196), particularly ensuring that new unit leadership is trained, a program for the new unit is organized and in operation, the new unit committee is functioning, a unit commissioner is assigned, all paperwork for the new unit is completed and processed, and the unit charter is presented to the chartered organization.
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:2. The [[volunteer]] organizes the unit by following all procedures as published in the “New Unit Organization Process” (No. 34196), particularly ensuring that new unit leadership is trained, a program for the new unit is organized and in operation, the new unit committee is functioning, a unit commissioner is assigned, all paperwork for the new unit is completed and processed, and the unit charter is presented to the [[chartered organization]].
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:3. The Boy Scouts of America realizes that quite often several individuals help to organize a new unit. However, for this award, only one volunteer can be recognized as the organizer for a new unit.
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:3. The Boy Scouts of America realizes that quite often several individuals help to organize a new unit. However, for this award, only one [[volunteer]] can be recognized as the organizer for a new unit.
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:4. To further recognize the volunteer’s effort for organizing additional new units, a program device can be earned and worn on the new-unit organizer knot. The program device represents the type of unit organized (a Cub Scout pack, Boy Scout troop, Varsity team, or Venturing crew.) The knot and up to three program devices may be worn in recognition for organizing up to four new traditional units. Multiple program devices for organizing units in the same program may be earned and worn.
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:4. To further recognize the [[volunteer]]’s effort for organizing additional new units, a program device can be earned and worn on the new-unit organizer knot. The program device represents the type of unit organized (a Cub Scout pack, Boy Scout troop, Varsity team, or Venturing crew.) The knot and up to three program devices may be worn in recognition for organizing up to four new traditional units. Multiple program devices for organizing units in the same program may be earned and worn.
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:5. The new-unit organization award recognizes volunteers for organizing traditional units after March 1, 2005.
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:5. The new-unit organization award recognizes [[volunteers]] for organizing traditional units after March 1, 2005.
==Recognition Items==
==Recognition Items==
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*Program devices to recognize additional new units organized
*Program devices to recognize additional new units organized
*“Organizer” lapel pin for civilian wear
*“Organizer” lapel pin for civilian wear
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==See also==
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* [[Recruiting]] has many more resources including the Six P's or Recruiting.
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==External links==
==External links==
*[http://www.scouting.org/media/startunit.aspx BSA Start a Unit resources]
*[http://www.scouting.org/media/startunit.aspx BSA Start a Unit resources]
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*[http://www.scouting.org/media/~/media/legacy/assets/relationships/04-515.pdf.ashx William D. Boyce New-Unit Organizer Award brochure]
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*[http://www.scouting.org/media/~/media/legacy/assets/relationships/04-515.pdf.ashx William D. Boyce New-Unit Organizer Award Resource Booklet]
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[[Category:Scouter awards]]
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[[Category:Varsity Scout leader recognition awards]]
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The William D. Boyce New-Unit Organizer Award recognizes volunteers
who organize one or more traditional Scouting units.
See Recruiting for resources.

William D. Boyce New-Unit Organizer Award
William D. Boyce New-Unit Organizer Award

The award may be worn on the adult uniform. The award is a square knot placed over the three colors representing the three phases of our program—Cub Scouting, Boy Scouting, Varsity Scouting and Venturing. A volunteer can earn the knot by organizing one traditional unit, and a program device can be earned for up to three additional units organized. The award recognizes volunteers for organizing traditional units after March 1, 2005.

The award is administered by the Relationships Division and will be presented by the local council.

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Requirements

1. With the approval of the district committee chair, the volunteer serves as the organizer and completes the successful organization of one new traditional unit (Cub Scout pack, Boy Scout troop, Varsity team or Venturing crew).
2. The volunteer organizes the unit by following all procedures as published in the “New Unit Organization Process” (No. 34196), particularly ensuring that new unit leadership is trained, a program for the new unit is organized and in operation, the new unit committee is functioning, a unit commissioner is assigned, all paperwork for the new unit is completed and processed, and the unit charter is presented to the chartered organization.
3. The Boy Scouts of America realizes that quite often several individuals help to organize a new unit. However, for this award, only one volunteer can be recognized as the organizer for a new unit.
4. To further recognize the volunteer’s effort for organizing additional new units, a program device can be earned and worn on the new-unit organizer knot. The program device represents the type of unit organized (a Cub Scout pack, Boy Scout troop, Varsity team, or Venturing crew.) The knot and up to three program devices may be worn in recognition for organizing up to four new traditional units. Multiple program devices for organizing units in the same program may be earned and worn.
5. The new-unit organization award recognizes volunteers for organizing traditional units after March 1, 2005.

Recognition Items

  • New-Unit Organizer Award Certificate
  • New-Unit Organizer Award Uniform Insignia Square Knot
  • Program devices to recognize additional new units organized
  • “Organizer” lapel pin for civilian wear

See also

  • Recruiting has many more resources including the Six P's or Recruiting.


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