Scouting's Knots - boy scout adult award

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Adult Awards - Knots boy scout adult award


This award can be presented to registered Cub Scout adult leaders who have two years’ tenure in the pack and have completed position-specific training and other performance requirements designed to encourage and recognize those who give of their resources to make the pack successful. Tenure does not need to be in the same position.

Welcome to Awards Central, the Boy Scouts of America’s repository for information about official awards and recognitions. This is where the most up-to-date information about BSA-related awards may be found, including award applications and nomination forms.

Adult Religious knot; Alumni Award; Arrowhead Honor; Commissioner Award of Excellence in Unit Service; Community Organization Award; Cub Scout Den Leader Award; Distinguished Commissioner Service Award; District Award of Merit; Doctorate of Commissioner Science Award; George Meany Award; International Scouter's Award; James E West Fellowship.

These awards are worn on the Scouting uniform in place of the plaque or large pendant that they represent. Generally, the knot awards are worn by adult leaders. But there are a few that may be worn by youth members. Cub Scouts and Boy Scouts may wear the Universal Religious Emblem and the lifesaving and Meritorious Award knots.

Scouts and Scouters that earned the awards before they were discontinued may still wear the awards and/or knots on their uniforms. Quartermaster - Sea Scout Award - Worn by Adults and Youth who have earned the Quartermaster Award as a youth. Adult Religious Award - Worn by adults who received religious awards as an adult.