General Information For All Scouting Levels
- Youth Protection Training is required by the state for every registered adult leader in the Middle Tennessee Council. You can now complete your Youth Protection Training on line here.
Middle Tennessee Council Website
- National Headquarters, BSA
- Middle Tennessee Council
- MTC Policy on Tour Plans (formerly known as “Permits”)
Middle Tennessee Council’s Lodge
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- Boy Scout and Cub Scout Advancement Trackers
- Patch Trackers
- Leader Training and Service Knot Tracker
- Popcorn Tracker
THEY ARE GREAT!
“MyScouting” is the portal that provides access to the following resources for our volunteers :
Tour Permit Applications
Adult leaders will be able to apply for tour permits that will automate the approval process and provide for prompt electronic delivery of approved permits. The applicant will need to provide detailed information about tour destination; dates; itinerary; participation and leadership; transportation plans (including vehicle information, drivers’ license numbers, and insurance coverage); and the training certifications for Youth Protection and any other course needed for the tour.
The E-Learning Course Management System provides a selection of courses for adult volunteers that may be taken for credit. E-learning will be integrated into each member’s account.
Internet Rechartering is a Web-based system for annual unit renewal. It is available to Traditional units in councils which have licensed to use the system. You may check your council’s Web site to learn if Internet Rechartering is available to your unit and to review instructions about how to log in and when to submit a unit renewal for the next charter year. If you are interested in learning more about this system, there is an interactive Tutorial and online Help which you may review. If you do not want to see the Rechartering menu selection, please go to My Profile, uncheck the Rechartering box and click Submit. It may be added again by returning to My Profile and checking the box and clicking Submit.
Internet Advancement is a Web-based system for units to submit youth member ranks and awards. It is available to Traditional units and Explorer posts in councils which have licensed to use the system. You may check your council’s Web site to learn if Internet Advancement is available to your unit and to review instructions about how to log in and to submit advancement reports. If you are interested in learning more about this system, there is online Help which you may review. If you do not want to see the Advancement menu selection, please go to My Profile, uncheck the Advancement box and click Submit. It may be added again by returning to My Profile and checking the box and clicking Submit.
Members will have direct access to their account data, enabling them to update or make corrections at any time to keep our records accurate.
… And More!
After the initial launch of the “MyScouting” portal, we will continue to work on additional applications and services that will support and enhance our members as they administer and experience the Scouting program.
BSA National Council Web Site
- All areas of Scouting will find this page to be the key to most any information related to Scouting in America at the Site Map.