Although young people are at the very centre of Scouting activities (choosing, planning, executing and evaluating), the support of adults is key. This support can take different forms (educational, organisational, etc.) and varies according to the age range of the Scouts. Children in the Cub section, for example, will probably require a bigger presence and intervention than the young adults of a Rover section.
Today, around seven million adults are involved in Scouting worldwide. These adult volunteers play an essential role, and are a valued and important resource. Being an adult volunteer in Scouting also means personal development. By supporting the creation of healthy learning environments, adults also develop leadership, organisational and communication skills, empathy, self-esteem, etc.
Flagstaff Hill welcomes enquiries from adults keen to make a difference in their community by supporting Scouting.
We have a number of roles available at present which you may be interested in! Please refer below for further information. If you are interested in any of these opportunities please contact the Group Leader Chris Wise on email@example.com
Facebook and Twitter are fantastic ways to promote Scouting. Please enjoy their use by posting photos and stories about the great activities you are doing in Scouts.