Scouting needs dedicated volunteers to help provide fun and exciting adventures to our youth. You can get involved as a leader working with your child and other children in the community, or as an administrative support volunteer working behind the scenes. We provide all the training and resources you need to help provide the adventure of a lifetime.
There are many different volunteer roles for all interests and abilities:
- Section leaders and their assistants work directly with young people to plan and provide weekly programs.
- Group Committee volunteers help with the administration of a Scouting group, including registration, fundraising, and providing service and support to section leaders.
- Many parents get involved as casual helpers, assisting at occasional meetings or camps, or taking on a specific short-term task.
Check out some of the current Volunteer Opportunities available in the Central Escarpment Council;
Youth specific volunteer opportunities are available here.
Deputy Council Commissioner - Safety
Central Escarpment Council is looking for some awesome volunteers who are ready to take on new challenges! We have some exciting plans in the works, and we are looking for volunteers who are interested in helping and being a part of the team! The DCC – Safe Scouting is a catalyst for great, safe, Scouting Programs within the Council.
Burlington Area Commissioner
The Area Commissioner (a registered member of Scouts Canada) is the recognized point of contact on issues of program evaluation and support. The successful candidate is to be committed to the Scouts Canada Five Focus Areas: Growth & Retention, Safety, Group Capacity, Volunteer Support Toolkit, and the ongoing rollout of the Canadian Path.