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Young Leaders - Get Something Back

If you are keen to take on a more senior role in East Sussex Scouts, speak to your Group Scout Leader, District Commissioner or County Youth Commissioner or County Commissioner. They can help to find opportunities for you to develop until the opportunity for a more appropriate role comes up. 

Such opportunities might include:

  • Suggesting you complete some modules from the Leadership & Management training scheme

  • Join a local, district or county working group, matched to your interests

  • Take on a focused management role, such as Assistant Group Scout Leader, Assistant District Commissioner or Assistant County Commissioner

Also attached is a guide on how you can add what you have done in Scouting, to your CV to boost your chances in the workplace.


Good luck.


You are the leaders of the future.


John (CC)


Get Ahead- Scouting and your career (PDF attachment)

The-Scout-Association-Talent-Management-Module (PDF attachment)


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