Rechartering

The Boy Scouts of America (BSA) issues a charter through the local council to a chartered organization (like the civic group, religious institution, or other organization that owns your unit) which allows it to use a BSA program to serve youth in its community. BSA requires that the charter be renewed annually to continue using the program. We call that annual renewal “recharter.”

 

In addition to renewing the unit charter, recharter time is when all youth and adult members (leaders) renew their membership in the BSA. Member renewals are most of the work. If your unit collects all or part of its member dues or fees on an annual basis, that collection often takes place at recharter, too. Your unit should also complete the application for the Journey To Excellence Award. 

BSA Internet Rechartering System

Please note: Unit access codes change annually, so please select Register on the next screen when you are accessing the system for the first time this year.

– Unit internet rechartering access codes are distributed at October roundtables.

– If you need your unit’s code, please contact your unit commissioner, district commissioner or professional, or call the council resource center.