JST (Staff) Qualifications

It is the policy of the National Jamboree that applicants for Jamboree Service team positions must:

  • Have a current BSA membership
  • Have current Youth Protection Training at the time of registration and at the time of the Jamboree.
  • Be available to arrive at the Jamboree site up to one week before the Jamboree as stipulated by their respective area lead to receive training and assist in final preparations for participant arrival.
  • Be at least 16 years of age by the first day of the Jamboree
  • Submit all registration fees per the published payment schedule
  • Complete any Jamboree-specific training as directed by their respective area lead
  • Submitted BSA Annual Health & Medical Record using the on-line Jamboree submission process.  The AHMR must be dated on or after July 1, 2022.
  • Agree to abide by the Jamboree Staff Code of Conduct.

 If accepted in Jamboree Service Team position, I agree I will:

  • Pay the Jamboree fee on or before the payment deadline(s).
  • Make my own travel arrangements to and from the Jamboree
  • Provide a complete official health and medical record with a physical exam signed by a certified and licensed health-care provider-physician (MD or DO), nurse practitioner, or physician assistant, dated no more than 1 year before the last day of the Jamboree
  • Obtain immunizations required
  • Review the following risk factors with my certified and licensed health-care provider:

Factors include but are not limited to: excessive body weight, heart disease, hypertension (high blood pressure), diabetes, seizures, lack of appropriate immunizations, asthma, allergies/anaphylaxis, muscular/skeletal injuries, psychiatric/psychological and emotional difficulties.

There is no reason why my health would limit full Jamboree participation, or I will document all limitations on the BSA Health & Medical Record

CODE OF CONDUCT

I have read and understand the information provided in this acknowledgment that summarizes the potentially dangerous elements of the Facilities at The Summit as well as liability limitations, restrictions, and responsibilities pertaining to me as a participant as required by West Virginia law. I accept responsibility for providing accurate information to the Facility staff regarding any physical or medical condition I may have, knowledge, or ability with respect to the Facility and any other information which may affect my safe participation. I further understand that it is my sole responsibility while at The Summit to adhere to all restrictions; including medical and non-medical restrictions pertaining to program participation and food allergies and that The Summit cannot monitor or track my compliance. I understand that it is my sole responsibility to understand and adhere to all restrictions.

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF CODE OF CONDUCT

  • I promise to obey the Scout oath and law
  • I will be Scout-like in how we act and treat others
  • I will set a good example by keeping myself neatly dressed and presentable.
  • I will attend all scheduled programs and participate as required in cooperation with other unit members and leaders.
  • In consideration of other unit participants, I agree to follow the bedtime and sleep schedule of the unit.
  • I will be responsible for keeping my tent and personal gear clean and neat and labeling all personal gear.
  • I will adhere to all recycling policies and regulations. I will not litter.
  • I understand that the possession or consumption of alcoholic beverages or illegal drugs is prohibited at The Summit.
  • I understand that serious and/or repetitive behavior violations, including cheating, stealing, dishonesty, fighting, and cursing, may result in expulsion from The Summit or serious disciplinary action and loss of privileges.
  • I understand that gambling of any form is prohibited.
  • I understand that possession of lasers of any type and possession or detonation of fireworks is prohibited.
  • I will demonstrate respect for The Summit and unit property and be personally responsible for any loss, breakage, or vandalism of property as a result of my actions.
  • Neither the unit leaders nor the Boy Scouts of America will be responsible for loss, breakage, or theft of personal items. I will label all my personal items and check items of value at the direction of unit leaders. Theft will be grounds for expulsion.
  • I will obey the safety rules and instructions of all supervisors and Service Team members.
  • I understand that hazing has no place in Scouting; nor do running the gauntlet, beltlines, and similar acts of physical punishment.
  • I understand that participants may only bring items specified on the equipment list provided.
  • I understand that I can be sent home for bullying, horseplay, fighting, stealing, off-color jokes, remarks or conduct unbecoming of a Scout, harassment of any kind-sexual, religious, race, cultural, national origin, disability, etc., being a peeping tom, being in an off-limits area and/or repeated failure to follow instructions.

Violation of this Code of Conduct, or any other conduct deemed to be inconsistent with the values of Scouting, may result in expulsion from The Summit at the participants own expense and could result in revocation of BSA membership. 

important tips before you apply

  • PLEASE NOTE: We are currently experiencing an issue in the registration system that is preventing BSA member numbers from being recognized, and is only presenting International attendee options. We expect the issue to be resolved by end of day Tuesday, July 14th. Please wait and come back on Wednesday, July 15th to complete your Jamboree application. Thank you for your patience.

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  • Registration FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
  • Attention JST applicants: We are aware that the balance due reflected on some JST records is not giving credit for the submitted deposit, making the remaining balance due appear more than it should be. Our team is working to correct the issue. The registration fees for JST have not changed. This will be corrected as soon as possible. When making subsequent payments, you can edit the amount you are paying to correctly reflect your intentions. We thank you in advance for your patience.
  • All applicants must have a current BSA membership.
  • All applicants must have their own My.Scouting accounts, regardless of age. You must not add a youth’s BSA member ID to the parent’s My.Scouting account.
  • If the applicant does not have a My.Scouting account, use the “Create Account” button below to create an account first.
  • The username and password to the applicant’s My.Scouting account will be needed to access the Jamboree application.
  • The BSA member number must be linked in the profile of the applicant’s My.Scouting account.
  • The Jamboree application is populated from the data in the My.Scouting account. Make sure your information is correct in My.Scouting before you begin the Jamboree application! The functionality to update profile information only exists in My.Scouting, not in the Jamboree application.
  • Attention International applicants: Verification of membership and good standing by your National Scout Organization is required. Please be aware that there may be a delay of 60 or more days before your application may move into the placement phase.