2005 NATIONAL JAMBOREE

Jamboree Staff (Links may be dated)

In addition to leading a Jamboree Troop, qualified adults and youth are asked to consider a Jamboree Staff position - without YOU we cannot make the Jamboree a success!

Jamboree staff positions are open to adult men and women who meet required qualifications. Adult staff members must be registered members of the Boy Scouts of America and have been born before July 25, 1984. Youth staff members must have been born between August 3, 1984 and July 25, 1989, and be registered members of the Boy Scouts of America.

Jamboree staff provide all the support and program services needed for an outstanding event. Volunteer staff operates everything from bus and telephone systems to a hospital and first-aid stations, police and fire departments, post offices, food warehouses, a daily newspaper, and retail stores (trading posts).

Jamboree staff will provide service in the following areas:

Relationships
Chaplain
Special guests
Visitor information
International
Hosting
Operations
Media/Communications
Audiovisual production
Hometown News
Internal communications
Jamboree radio
Jamboree Today
Leaders Journal
National news/media
Photography
Webmaster
Special Events
Arena shows
Daily ceremonies
Band (youth staff)
Order of the Arrow shows
Exhibits and Displays
Arts and sciences
Boy Scouting
Boys' Life
Brownsea Island
Cub Scouting
Daily activities
Daily stage shows
Disabilities awareness
International
K2BSA
Merit Badge Midway
National exhibits
Relationships
Venturing
Outback
Boating
Fishing
Scuba/snorkeling
Conservation
Youth Programs
Order of the Arrow service corps
Outdoor Adventure Place (TOAP)
City Services
Registration
Transportation
Housing service
Lost and found
Banking
Postal services
Staff transportation
Trading posts
Public Safety
Security/parking
Fire protection
EMT/ambulance
Health and safety
Physical Arrangements
Electrical
Structural
Maintenance control
Environmental
Mechanical
Warehouse/procurement
Information systems
Computer applications
Communications
Subcamp Food Service
Receiving
Warehouse
Distribution
Staff Food Service
Receiving and distribution
VIP meals
Staff dining halls
Special Food Service
Kiosks
Procurement/training
Mobilization
Special needs
Subcamp Staff
Chaplains
Commissary
Commissioners
Subcamp dining
Subcamp environment
Medical
Program
Youth staff
Regional Action Centers
Action Alley
Air rifles
Archery
Bikathlon
Buckskin Games
Confidence Course
Motocross
Pioneering
Rappelling
Trapshooting
 

Information courtesy of jamboleader.org.

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