Re: BSA organization
Mark Wilson (mwilson@POLARIS.ORL.MMC.COM)
Mon, 22 Feb 1993 17:16:52 EST
Sadly, most CORs tend to be just names on a sheet of paper. However, in the
greater scheme of things the COR has the following responsibilities (Mike will
surely correct any of my errors) (in no particular order, all the duties are
1. Insure that the unit is operated within the framework established by the
chartering organization. Remember that the unit BELONGS to the chartering
organization as a part (or all) of their youth program.
2. Serve as a communications channel between the chartering organization and
3. Insure that there is a safe and functional meeting place for the unit.
4. Serve as a voting member of the District Committee. Based on this I would
still place the COR between the District and the unit. Perhaps there should
be a dashed line (support) from district to unit leaders.
5. Insure that the unit has adequate and trained adult leadership. The COR
MUST approve ALL adult leader applications.
6. The COR may choose to serve as a member of the unit committee. The COR is
the ONLY person who can serve in more than one position in the same unit.
7. Serve as a voting member of the Council Committee.
...bunch of stuff omitted...
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