Cub Individual Specialty Badge

(Updated August 2002)


The Individual Specialty Badge allows Cubs to design requirements for special interest areas not already covered in the current badge and star system.1


  1. A Cub may propose a subject and requirements for this badge, or may develop them in cooperation with other members of the pack, the leaders and/or parents. The requirements should be presented to the Sixers’; Council and leaders for review.
  2. Topics selected for this badge should not be covered by any other badges or stars.
  3. A Cub may hold only one Individual Specialty Badge at a time. A Cub may choose a new Individual Specialty once a year.

As the requirements of the Individual Specialty Badges are developed by the individual Cub, your role is to help the Cub define what they want to do.

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