2016 Unit Rechartering Overview
The Annual Unit Rechartering Process is one of the most vital administrative components of managing a Unit (Troop, Pack, Team, Crew, Ship or Post). The Unit Charter that is renewed each year as part of this process is the formal document that certifies the agreement between a Chartered Partner – an organization that agrees to utilize Scouting as a part of its service to youth and community outreach – and the Boy Scouts of America. Without an up-to-date Charter, as Unit is not part of the Boy Scouts of America and does not have access to Council or National Resources, including insurance.
The 2016 Unit Rechartering process will begin on Wednesday, October 12, 2016. Each Unit Committee Chair and Unit Leader of Record will receive important communications regarding 2016 Unit Rechartering before this time. After having received this information, the Unit’s Renewal Processor, designated by the Unit Committee Chair, will need to download the 2016 Unit Rechartering Instructions, the 2016 Unit Rechartering Required Documents and the appropriate Journey to Excellence forms. Links to these documents can be found below
If you have questions during the 2016 Unit Rechartering Process, please contact the Knox Trail Council Registrar, John Fortini at email@example.com.
You can access Internet Rechartering from any PC with internet access, provided its security level is not set too high. Do not try to use a Mac computer. The system has issues interfacing with Macs. If you are using “Explorer 8” you need to be in ‘Compatibility mode”. It is recommended you delete cookies & temporary files” before you begin.
If you have not completed the 2016 Internet Rechartering Required Documents packet found on the preceding page, you WILL NOT be able to proceed with Internet rechartering. DO NOT click the link below if you have not completed the required documents.
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Internet Rechartering Helpful Tips
91U – Unit College Scouter Reserve & 92U – Unit Scouter Reserve
These 2 positions should be used to register people who want to maintain their BSA registration, but are NOT actively working with your unit currently. They must take Youth Protection Training, but are otherwise not required to take any training to be considered trained. These are good options for college age ASMs 91U) or past leaders who just want to stay registered, but do not interact with the youth on a regular basis.
Your Unit should designate one of your Committee Members (MC) as the “Unit Trainer”. This individual counts as 1 of your 2 required Committee Members (MC) and is given access to Unit Training records in My.scouting.org in order to print reports and update training.
Venturing Participants – Aged 18 to 21
Venturers can be participants until they are 21 years old. However, Crews must have these 18, 19 & 20 year old members fill out adult applications, CORI forms and provide Photo ID and a copy of their Venturing Youth protection certificate. The code for the application is VP – Venturing Participant.