The Recruiter Strip is worn by Cub Scouts and Boy Scouts who have recruited another boy to join Scouting.
The patch is worn centered beneath the right pocket of the field uniform.
There isn’t a formal list of requirements for earning the patch. It is a recognition of a boy who has successfully recruited another boy to become a Scout. Your council might have specific guidelines, so check with them about earning the strip.
Normally the strip would be earned only once as a Cub Scout and again as a Boy Scout. Of course, it’s great to recruit more boys, but you wouldn’t want a shirt covered in Recruiter strips!