Frequently Asked Questions - Staffing

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2019 NYLT Course Registration is now Open!!

Please request a participant package by emailing

nylt2019ocbsa@gmail.com or

nyltocbsaregistrar@gmail.com

Pre-Course Maditory Meeting: June 1st

(1211 E Dyer Rd, Santa Ana, CA 92705)

Course Dates: June 17-22

(Lost Valley Scout Camp)

The 2018 NYLT Post Course Challenge Celebration

will take place on April 18, Thursday at 7:00pm.

Where: Orange County Council Office

(1211 E Dyer Rd, Santa Ana, CA 92705)

 

I want to help but I don’t have a week off or can spend weekends as a staff member?

We welcome all forms of help. Please check the Adult Volunteer Staffing for information on volunteer opportunities or contact the Course Administrator or Course Directors.

We have a list of one-time opportunities or simple projects.  We need you and the youth love seeing their role models there! 

Tip: Staffing NYLT makes for a great Wood Badge ticket goal. Ask our Adult Course Directory how.

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Staffing

Our adult staff come from interested parents and leaders like yourselves who dedicate several weekends of staff development training and a full or partial week at camp.  Most of our adult staff are Wood Badge trained but this is not required. Many of the staff do this each year, with the longest few being over 7 years running. There are many positions and roles available in camp such as scoutmasters, quartermasters, and nurse/medic as well as beforehand handling administrative tasks. Please contact the course director to see how you can help. There is more information about the current course needs and position descriptions on the Adult Volunteer Staffing page.

 
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Staffing

At the end of each course, the participants are encouraged to sign up for staffing the following year.  Participants are invited to be on staff after they have graduated from the course and completed NYLT Challenge logbook. Staff interviews begin in December. The youth staff leaders make the staff role assignments usually by April. Staff youth positions range from the youth course director (usually takes about 5 years of consecutive participation to earn this), to troop guides, quartermasters, scribe, historian, chaplain’s aide, webmaster, etc.

 
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Staffing