Cub Scout Archives: Bear Achievement 24 - Be a Leader

Bear Achievement 24 is about serving others through leadership. Find helps for this achievement here.

Bear Achievement 24 Requirements

Complete requirement f and two other requirements.

  1. Help a boy join Cub Scouting, or help a new Cub Scout through the Bobcat trail.
  2. Serve as a denner or assistant denner.
  3. Plan and conduct a den activity with the approval of your den leader.
  4. Tell two people they have done a good job.
  5. Leadership means choosing a way even when not everybody likes your choice.
  6. Complete the Character Connection for Compassion.
    • Know. Tell why, as a leader, it is important to show kindness and concern for other people. List ways leaders show they care about the thoughts and feelings of others.
    • Commit. Tell why a good leader must consider the ideas, abilities, and feelings of others. Tell why it might be hard for a leader to protect another person’s well-being. Tell ways you can be kind and compassionate.
    • Practice. While you complete the requirements for this achievement, find ways to be kind and considerate of others.

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