Adult Leaders

Adult registration

Thank you for volunteering to help pack 34. If you are not currently an adult leader with our Pack and are interested in learning more about becoming one of our unit’s registered, trained and uniformed adult leaders, Please perform the following:

  1. please communicate directly with your scout’s den leader and with pack 34 committee chair (
  2. please register and fill out an online adult application (create an account) – HERE
  3. complete mandatory youth protection training (YPT) online training on asap (Create an account) (YPT can be found in the upper right corner of my.scouting)
  4. review recommendations for respective adult leader position (links below)
  5. complete position-specific training on
  6. Go to the Trading Post at Marin Council and get yourself kitted out in a uniform
  7. Complete the Unit registration link below to
    • puchase your official unit neckerchief ($11) and
    • verify to the Unit that your YPT status is current


P34necker1Pack 34 Adult Leaders who are active or have accepted their new positions may register for their official unit neckerchiefs here:

Purchasing your neckerchief signifies your commitment to our Pack and verifies that you have completed/renewed your YPT.


“Every boy deserves a trained leader.” Marin Council is constantly adding training seminars to its calendar.  Their training calendar can be found here.

If you want the ‘ultimate’ training experience that BSA has to offer, consider attending Wood Badge.


Roundtable is the Council’s monthly leadership meeting, and it takes place the first Thursday of every month from September through June. The location is the LDS Church at 220 N. San Pedro Road in San Rafael. The regular session starts at 7:30PM and runs until 9:00PM.  Any Pack 34 adult leader, committee member, or parent may attend.  We respectfully request that each Pack 34 adult leader attend at least one Roundtable during the Scouting year.


Here is the official BSA adult leader uniform inspection scorecard.

Our unit requires that you wear the following for Class A:

  • Leader neckerchief
  • Slide/woggle of your choice
  • World Crest emblem
  • Council Shoulder patch
  • Unit Position patch
  • Unit numerals
  • Shirt
  • Blue epaulets

If you’re missing anything and don’t have time to go to the Council trading post, you can get it here.




Recent Posts

October Pack Event – Pack Bike ride Oct 17th starting at 8:30 Edna Maguire.

Hello Pack 34 Families,

On October 17th Pack 34 will hold its October pack event – A pack Bike ride with a lesson on Bike Safety and Bike repair. This is going to be a fun event that incorporates a bit of learning so our scouts are ready and able to bike safely in our community and are prepared to fix and issue if one were to arise.


We will be grouped into dens and each den will get a starting timeslot. The dens will meet at Edna Maguire School at the designated start time. Mr. Ryan Loften, Founder and Operator of Mt. Tam Bike Camp will lead us in an important discussion on bike safety and good bikemanship out in the community. Den leaders (with parents in toe) will then lead a bike ride with the scouts to a second location where Mr James Gracey will lead a basic bike maintenance lesson. and then den leaders will lead the ride back.


the goal of this event is to get out for a ride with our friends and fellow scouts and learn a little bit about how to be considerate riders, good stewards of our environment and how to be prepared for unexpected mechanical issues. So we can stay safe, have fun and keep pedaling.

PLAN: October 17th 8:30 am – 12ish

  • 8:30 am – Tigers meet at Edna for bike safety with Ryan – on the road by 8:50
  • 9:00 am – Wolves meet at Edna for bike safety with Ryan – on the road by 9:20
  • 9:30 am – Bears meet at Edna for Bike safety with Ryan – on the road by 9:50
  • 10:00 am – Webelos 1 meet at Edna for Bike safety with Ryan – on the road by 10:20
  • 10:30 am – Webelos 2 meet at Edna for Bike safety with Ryan – on the road by 10:50

Parents should plan to ride with their scouts. Each group is to be a cohort of no more then 16 people total. please RSVP using the scouting app. – This is very important as we need to keep strict attendance records for contract tracing purposes.

  • Please be in full uniform
  • Wear a Helmet
  • Wear a mask
  • practice social distancing
  • Bring a snack
  • Bring a water bottle
  • be ready to have fun!

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