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Roles of Each Level of the Organization

The successful implementation of this award program depends upon each level of Scouting taking its role seriously. If everyone does their part, we will be successful in providing a quality program experience.

National Role

  1. Develop an implementation packet and distribute it to all regions, areas, and councils for their use in support of the program.
  2. Provide the support needed by each region to successfully carry out the plan.
  3. Coordinate the production of all necessary support materials, sample agendas, award recognitions, training and implementation, and other support as needed.
  4. Provide the tools and support to regions, areas, and councils to implement the national parent initiative in involving parents in the program on the unit, district, and council levels.

Regional/Area Role

  1. Provide the direct operational leadership and motivation for councils in your region/area.
  2. Meet with Scout executives in your councils on an area or cluster basis or as needed to determine strategies and plans to implement the program.
  3. Feature the Centennial Quality Awards program at area meetings of volunteers and meetings of Scout executives.
  4. Keep records of the status of your councils to assist them in implementation of the program.

Council Role

  1. Use the 2007–2010 implementation materials and generate excitement for the Centennial Quality Awards program.
  2. Recruit and train all council and district personnel to support the leadership and implementation of this program.
  3. Maintain year-round support of units in qualifying for the award.
  4. Provide reports and recognitions during the program.
  5. Develop a campaign to use this program to help in strengthening your district committees and commissioner staffs.
  6. Implement the national parent initiative to assist you in involving parents in the program at the unit, district, and council levels.

District Role

  1. Use the implementation materials with district committees and commissioner staffs to create excitement in the units of the district.
  2. Provide an orientation for all district-level volunteers in the proper execution of the program in support of the units in qualifying for the award.
  3. Support each unit in the district in their achievement of the award and monitor their progress during the year.
  4. Implement the national parent initiative to assist you in involving parents in the program at the unit, district, and council levels.
  5. Improve the quality of the program in your units.

Unit Role

  1. Become trained in how to implement the Centennial Quality Awards program as a part of your unit’s program.
  2. Develop a plan of action that ensures your unit will earn the Centennial Quality Award for each year 2007 through 2010.
  3. Recognize all youth members with the recognitions for the achievement of the award.
  4. Implement the national parent initiative in your unit to assist in involving parents in the program at the unit level.
  5. Improve the quality of the program in your unit.

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