Volunteer and Staff Training
Training for more than 8,5000 volunteer leaders every year that support 21,600 youth in Eastern Idaho and Western Wyoming
To protect volunteers, chartered organizations, staff members, and properties.
For registration, publications, and other program support--only a phone call away.
Camp Promotion and Management
For two Cub Scout Day Camps, three Boy Scouts Camps and a High Adventure Base.
Advanced Training Programs
For advanced training camps such as Wood Badge and National Youth Leadership Training - Cedar Badge, and Powederhorn.
Tents, cooking equipment, camp vehicles, building repairs, canoes, equipment replacement and repair, and general upkeep of Council camps.
For leaders who complete training, volunteer for special projects, and help in many Scouting roles.
Work with volunteers to organize new units, manage fund-raising programs, conduct trainings, assist membership recruitment, provide counsel and direct support for districts, camps, and programs.
Postage, computers and links to the National BSA Computer System, copy machines, folding machines, and printing shop.
Four Service Centers
Operations, utilities, insurance, repairs, and remodeling throughout the council's four service centers in Rexburg, Idaho Falls, Blackfoot, and Pocatello.
Used in training, at camps, and in volunteer meetings.
Mailings to leaders, parents, and youth members.
The Council maintains a website to describe programs and prodecures as well as convenient event management systems.
Reference Publications and Resources
Everything from Program planning kits and Program helps to camping cookbooks.