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Resources for Adults


Troop 500 uses Scoutbook to track advancement. For more information about how parents/guardians can use this resource, click here for instructions. If you are already familiar with Scoutbook, use the link below to log in.


Every Scout deserves a trained leader! The BSA offers a range of in-person and online training for all adults. Please log into your My.Scouting account to complete training for your position, including Youth Protection Training.

For more information about training available from the National Capital Area Council, please see this website.

Adult volunteers who have completed their basic training should take on the next challenge … Wood Badge, the highest level of Scout training offered!

For High Adventure trips, adult leaders should also consider taking CPR and Wilderness First Aid, which are often required certifications.

Previous Scoutmasters

Jeff Serfass (1995-1997)

Mark O'Donnell (1997-1998)

Michael McCabe (1998-2001)

Robert Corder (2001-2003)

Bob Sonderman (2003-2006)

Mike Ryan, Sr. (2006-2011)

Tim Penney (2011-2013)

Mike Shoag (2013-2017)

Ted Brady (2017-2022)

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