A pack or troop is a member of a district, a geographic area of the BSA local council that helps support the pack or troop in providing a successful and high-quality program. An employee of the local council, a unit-serving executive (district executive), is assigned to assist the packs and troops in your district.
Your district also has a volunteer team called the commissioner staff. They are a “service team” that checks on the “health” of your pack or troop, and they are a communication link between your pack ro troop and the local council. A commissioner is specifically assigned to assist your unit.
All leaders need training to be effective. Your district provides online or in-person training for adult volunteers in how to be a successful leader. Call your district training chair for further information. Your pack or troop also has a trainer to oversee adult and youth training.
There are four districts in the Central New Jersey Council. The professional staff at the council office can help or will get you in touch with someone who can.
Look for the name of your town on the chart below to determine your district.
PAH District 4