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Jamboree Requirements


Youth Members

Boy Scouts and Varsity Scouts must be at least First Class Scouts.
They must have completed the sixth grade or be at least 12 years of age by July 1, 2005, but not have reached their 18th birthday by August 3, 2005.
All Boy Scouts and Varsity Scouts must participate in a pre-jamboree training experience;
file a complete Personal Health and Medical Record prior to the pre-jamboree training;
have been active in a troop or team for at least six months prior to July 1, 2005;
and be approved by the unit leader and local council.

For a copy of the registration form form go here.


Adult Leadership

Scoutmaster and First Assistant Scoutmaster


Have served as a Scoutmaster for at least one year during the three-year  period prior to July 1, 2005;
have completed basic Scoutmaster training; 
participate in a prejamboree training experience;
file a personal health  and medical record prior to the prejamboree training;
be approved by the  local council. (Although not required, Wood Badge and/or Scoutmaster's Key  is a desirable qualification.)
The Scoutmaster must be able to serve as  a role model of physical fitness.

Second Assistant Scoutmaster

At least 21 years of age by July 1, 2005,
have served actively in  an adult troop leadership position for at least one year during the  three-year period prior to July 1, 2005;
participate in a prejamboree  training experience;
file a personal health and medical record prior  to the prejamboree training; be approved by the local council.

Third Assistant Scoutmaster

At least 18 years of age (but not have reached 21) by August 3, 2005; 
have served actively in a Scout troop leadership position;
participate  in a prejamboree training experience;
file a personal health and medical record prior to the prejamboree training;
be approved by the local  council.

Adult leader applications will be available from the council office.



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