Roundtables are monthly gatherings for all the Scouting volunteers in a district. A district, if you don't already know, is the way we divide up Scouting territories led by a team of volunteers. Many districts are geographically divided, while others have a specific focus that brings volunteers and Scouts together, such as language or culture.
Roundtables are opportunities for all Scouting volunteers in an area to get together and share ideas, plan programs, and talk about upcoming events. It's also a place to pick up program materials and attend trainings or workshops. At every Roundtable, you will meet people who have attended for years and people who are there for the first time.
Should I Be Going?
Yes! Roundtable is for everyone. We especially encourage at least one volunteer from every pack, every troop, and every crew attend monthly. Some Roundtables have over 150 volunteers in one evening!