What is the Commissioner Service?
Briefly stated, the Commissioner Service of the Boy Scouts of America is a core of dedicated volunteer Scouters whose primary purpose is to provide service and support to Pack, Troop, Team, Venture, Post, Ship, and other Scout Leaders. This service and support is provided to help give the unit leader extra resources to assure that he or she is able to deliver the promise of Scouting to individual youth members.
If you are new to Scouting or just visiting, it may be a good idea to learn a little about Scouting. A good place to start is the:
Aims and Methods of Scouting
If you are new to the Commissioner Service or maybe interested in some refresher information, you may want to start with the
Introduction to the Commissioner Service to learn about how commissioners provide unit support and service. Or stop by the cracker-barrel and hear some advice from old hands.
If you are looking for advanced training as a "management commissioner", you should start with the online training resources here at the NetCommish website.
The following NetCommish links lead to specialized online resources for: