Distinguished Commissioner Service Award
To upgrade Commissioner Service and to recognize Commissioners
and Exploring Service Team members who are providing quality service.
- Complete training as outlined by the local council, including earning the
Scouter's Key for Commissioners.
- Serve as an active commissioner or an active Exploring service team member
for 5 consecutive years and be currently registered with the Boy Scouts of America.
- Recharter at least 90 percent of the units in your area of service for a
minimum of the past 2 consecutive years. this applies to council commissioners,
assistant council commissioners, district commissioners, assistant district
commissioners, unit commissioners, council Exploring service team chairpersons,
division/district/cluster Exploring service team chairpersons, and Exploring
service team members.
- Assist units so that more than 50 percent achieve National Quality Unit
Award in your area of service for a minimum of the past 2 consecutive years.
- Roundtable/huddle commissioner recognition is based on completing requirements
No. 1 and No. 2 listed above, plus the following. In place of items No. 3 and
No. 4, roundtable/huddle commissioners are to conduct at least nine roundtables/huddles
per year for the past 2 consecutive years.
- The following recognition items are available from the Supply Division:
The title on both commissioner recognitions will read, "Distinguished Commissioner".
- Distinguished Commissioner Service Award Plaque
- Distinguished Commissioner Service Bolo Tie
The plaque is approximately 5 x 7 inches. The medallion is cast in three colors:
The title on both Exploring recognitions will read "Distinguished Service Team.
- Council Commissioner -- silver
- District Commissioner, Assistant District Commissioner, and Roundtable
Commissioners -- gold
- Unit Commissioner -- bronze
An embroidered square knot (silver knot on red background), may also be presented.
- Distinguished Explorer Service Team members -- silver
- Local councils certify the eligibility of individuals, and present the recognition.
(There is no national application.)
Page updated on:
February 18, 2014