We are excited to announce the NEW Internet Rechartering 2.0 system is coming this fall! This new system is currently in beta/test mode; We’ve been able to try it out, and so far we like what we see. It is user friendly, streamlined, and will be easier for everyone to navigate.
MAJOR ACCESS CHANGE
The biggest change in the rechartering process is that only Key 3 Leaders will have access—this includes the chartered organization representative, committee chair, and Cubmaster/Scoutmaster/skipper/crew advisor/Exploring advisor. In the past units received an access code that they could share with anyone in their unit that was completing the recharter. This year you will NOT receive an access code; instead, access will be determined by unit role. Only Key 3 leaders will have the option to enter the Internet Rechartering portal.
If you wish for another registered unit leader (perhaps a committee member or assistant Scoutmaster/Cubmaster) to complete the recharter on your behalf, you have the option of assigning a DELEGATE to have your permissions within the system. This does not change their position or yours; it simply gives them additional permissions. If you need to assign a delegate, it’s best to do this now ahead of recharter, so your unit is ready to go. Internet Rechartering will open on October 15.
Assigning a delegate is a simple step done online; see instructions here. If you prefer a video tutorial on assigning delegates and functional roles within my.scouting.org click here.
Sometimes roles change within the unit functionality, and occasionally this change is not communicated to the Mayflower Council. If you are no longer serving as a Key 3 leader—chartered organization representative, committee chair, or unit leader—please reply to this email so we can work with your unit to get the right people in the right positions.
INTERNET RECHARTERING 2.0 WEBINAR
Unit Key 3 leaders are encouraged to attend the Internet Recharter Webinar scheduled for 9PM on September 28, 2021, hosted by the National Council. Register below.
The Internet Rechartering resource page on our council's website will be updated with all of the latest information regarding the new Internet Recharter 2.0. We currently have a FAQ and the User Guide on the new system posted and will continue to update as new resources are released. As always if you have any recharter questions, don’t hesitate to contact us at email@example.com.