2021 National Jamboree
What is a Jamboree?
Held every four years at the Summit Bechtel Reserve in West Virginia, National Scout Jamborees bring together tens of thousands of Scouts from around the US, and beyond, for 10 days of outdoor adventure.
Mayflower Council Contingent Information
Mayflower Council is accepting registrations for our contingent to the 2021 National Scout Jamboree. We have space for up to 36 Scouts in each of our 5 troops. We plan on filling 4 Scouts BSA Boy Troops and 1 Scouts BSA Girl Troop.
To attend the Jamboree, Scouts must meet the Youth participant requirements.
- MUST have a current BSA membership.
- MUST be at least 12 years of age by the first day of the Jamboree but has not reached their 18th birthday by the last day of the Jamboree.
- Be approved your unit leader and local council.
- MUST have appropriate parent/guardian to complete the online parental consent. (An email will be sent to the parent/guardian during the application process.)
- Participate in pre-Jamboree training experience with local council and unit leaders.
- Submitted BSA Annual Health & Medical Record using the on-line Jamboree submission process. The AHMR must be dated on or after July 1, 2020.
- Submit all registrations fees per the local council’s payment schedule.
To attend the Jamboree, Adult Leaders must meet the Adult participant requirements.
- Be a currently registered adult leader of a Scouts BSA Troop. Jamboree Scoutmaster candidates must be currently serving as a Scoutmaster.
- Scoutmaster and 1st Asst. Scoutmaster candidates must be at least age 21 by the first day of the Jamboree. 2nd Asst. Scoutmaster candidates must be at least age 21 by the first day of the Jamboree. 3rd Asst. Scoutmaster candidates must be at least age 18 by the first day of the Jamboree.
- Have completed all required training for your registered position prior to July 1, 2021.
- Complete Youth Protection Training within one year of the first day of the Jamboree.
- Be approved by the local council.
- Meet all BSA medical screening and BMI requirements.
Our contingent troops are led by a Scoutmaster and 3 Assistant Scoutmasters who must meet the adult leader qualifications. Adults interested in serving in these positions should complete our council’s Jamboree Leader Application in addition to the standard Jamboree registration.
In addition to the Jamboree itself, our travel to and from The Summit Bechtel Family National Scout Reserve in West Virginia will include several additional activities including a stop to see the Liberty Bell, Independence Hall, and the Betsy Ross home in Historic Philadelphia, PA, heading to the Jamboree and a stop at Hershey Park in Pennsylvania after the Jamboree.
Planning the Jamboree is very detailed. Payments for the Jamboree, transportation and related costs are made months before the actual trip and are often non-refundable. Due to this, if for some reason you find that you are no longer able to attend the Jamboree, notice must be made in writing to the Council Service Center. Fees you have paid will not be refundable unless we have a replacement. It is not your responsibility to find a replacement and spaces cannot be promised to others. Replacements will be found from an established waiting list if one exists. Deposits are non-refundable under any circumstance except for those placed on a waiting list for whom Jamboree space cannot be secured. We appreciate your understanding.
Participant cancellations before June 30, 2020 will result in a full refund of fees paid less a $50 administration fee.
Cancellations between July 1, 2020 and January 31, 2021 will result in a full refund of fees paid less a $150 administration fee. No refunds will be given after January 31, 2021. All refund requests must be made using the online refund request form.
Additional information will be added as plans continue to develop.
Jamboree Service Team
The Jamboree Service Team is the staff for the National Scout Jamboree. Older Scouts (16+) and adults may apply to be part of the Jamboree Service Team. To apply for the Jamboree Service Team you must have a my.scouting.org login.
Mayflower Council Leadership
|Contingent Leader||Council Representative||Peter Glass|
|Onsite Council Contingent Leader||Cranberry Harbors District Representative||Brian Duane|
|Scoutmaster Scouts BSA Girl Troop||Council Girls Troop Representative||Leanne Shaw|
|Scoutmaster Scouts BSA Boy Troop||Headwaters District Representative||Jim Rich|
|Scoutmaster Scouts BSA Boy Troop||Post Road District Representative||Tom Kemper|
|Scoutmaster Scouts BSA Boy Troop||Metacomet District Representative||Simon Thomas|
|Scoutmaster Scouts BSA Boy Troop||Sachem District Representative||Jim McKnight|