Peak Award - Grey Wolf Award
The Grey Wolf Award is the highest award you can earn in the Cub Scout Section. It is considered the pinnacle of your Scouting at this stage and is a milestone in your Scouting life.
To be awarded the Grey Wolf Award, Cub Scouts need to complete:
- Milestone 3 (Milestone 1 and Milestone 2 are optional)
Outdoor Adventure Skills
- Stage 3 in all three Core Areas of Bushcraft, Bushwalking and Camping
- Progress eight Stages during the Section or since achieving the Joey Scout Challenge Award (can include advancement of Core skills)
Special Interest Areas
- Six Projects in at least two areas
- Each Project is a minimum four hours duration including Plan>Do>Review>
- Plan> and lead an Adventurous Journey of at least four hours duration
- A maximum of two Cub Scouts may plan and lead the journey
Personal Development Course
- One day Personal Development or Unit Management Course
- Upon completion of the components towards the Grey Wolf Award, the Cub Scout then Reviews> their journey through the Section
Grey Wolf Award Resources
The Grey Wolf Award requires approval of the Unit Council. All the award requirements must be completed, and the Notice of Completion Grey Wolf Award form approved and submitted before the Cub Scout progresses to the Scout Section to achieve this peak award.
The requirements for achieving the Grey Wolf Award are listed in the Notice of Completion Grey Wolf Award Form.
Notice of Completion Form Processing
Once the Grey Wolf applicant has completed all required achievements and recorded them ready to complete the Notice of Completion Form, the Grey Wolf applicant will attend a Unit Council (a special meeting can be called if necessary) seeking approval from the Unit Council. A representative of the Unit Council will approve the Notice of Completion form with endorsement by the Cub Scout Leader.
The Cub Scout Leader will send an electronic copy of the Notice of Completion form to Youth Awards (firstname.lastname@example.org) with a copy to the District Leader - Cub Scouts and Group Leader.
If the Notice of Completion form is knowingly being submitted outside of the guidelines, a letter describing the extenuating circumstances that deem the application worthy of special consideration must be submitted with the Notice of Completion form. See Special Consideration Request Policy for more information.
Youth Awards will check the Notice of Completion form for completeness and follow up with the Cub Scout Leader if necessary. If the Notice of Completion form is correct and within guidelines, the Grey Wolf Award will be mailed to the Cub Scout Leader.
If the Notice of Completion form is outside of the Grey Wolf guidelines and no request for special consideration has been provided, or the request for special consideration has been denied, notification will be sent to the Cub Scout Leader with a copy to District Leader - Cub Scouts and Group Leader. The Cub Scout Leader will inform the Applicant.
Note: The Applicant must be a Cub Scout at the time of submission.