2015 Cub Scout Program Transition Information


This material is still a DRAFT, and may change by the time the 2015 Cub Scout Handbooks are released.
The Arrow of Light transition requirements changed to what is shown below on June 30, 2014.


Cub Scout Program Transition for Traditional Units

New Cub Scout after June 1, 2015 Begin by earning the Bobcat badge
then use the Handbook
appropriate to the Scout's age or grade level.

Tiger rank earned as of June 1, 2015,
and moving to Wolf rank

Begin using the new Wolf Handbook
and the Wolf Den Leader Guide
for the Wolf adventures.

Wolf rank earned as of June 1, 2015,
and moving to Bear rank

Begin using the new Bear Handbook
and the Bear Den Leader Guide
for the Bear adventures.

Bear rank earned as of June 1, 2015,
and moving to Webelos rank

Begin using the new Webelos Handbook
and the Webelos Den Leader Guide
for the Webelos adventures.

Webelos rank earned as of June 1, 2015,
and moving to Arrow of Light Award requirements

  • OPTION 1:
    May continue to work out of the current handbook and complete the Arrow of Light requirements as stated.
  • OPTION 2:
    Begin using the new Webelos Handbook and the Webelos Den Leader Guide for the Arrow of Light adventures
    • Must complete the four defined required adventures
    • To satisfy the requirement for three electives may utilize EITHER the new adventure electives
      OR
      Activity badges earned under the current program but NOT USED TO FULFILL WEBELOS RANK REQUIREMENTS

Cub Scout Program Transition for Latter Day Saints Units

For details on the transition for LDS units, please see the information in the publication listed below.


Source: 2015–2016 Cub Scout Program Transition Information


Page updated on: July 09, 2014



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