Boys 11 years and older, but not yet 18, can become members of Troop 600. New Scouts are assigned to a Patrol - a group of 5 to 8 boys their same grade level. An older Scout, a Troop Guide, serves as a mentor and assists in the transition to becoming proficient as a Scout.
A Scoutmaster and 8 Assistant Scoutmasters serve as the trained leadership team. They have extensive and ongoing training and experience. Each year, new Assistant Scoutmasters join, typically after having served as leaders in a Cub Pack.
There are over 120 adults serving Troop 600 as volunteers. They teach merit badges, serve on Boards of Review, participate in Troop sub-committees, act as Eagle coaches, and train Scouts in advanced outdoor and leadership skills. There is an important role available for any adult who wants to serve.