Youth Protection and Charter Renewal
Internet Recharter Information
Internet Rechartering is available for your unit starting Nov 1, 2016.
The deadline to finish rechartering Dec 31, 2016.
Internet Rechartering is a service provided by Transatlantic Council through our National Office to enable units to complete portions of the recharter paperwork on-line.
Schedule To Renew a Charter Online
Sixty days before your unit’s expiration date, select a renewal processor. The renewal processor will receive the unit access code. Once the renewal processor logs on the first time the roster is “locked” so if you have applications in the council service center they will not show on your screen. If you have applications that need to be processed (or in the process of being registered, please wait to log on for the first time). When the online process is completed, the renewal processor prints the completed charter renewal application.
The unit leader and the Executive Officer (head of the Chartered Organzation) sign the charter renewal application. Bring the application along with the material you received in your recharter packet (such as the Quality Unit application), and all appropriate fees to your district’s charter turn-in meeting or how your district handles recharters.
Once the final paperwork has been signed, it should then be uploaded to our secure Sharefile system:
Note: The on-line process does not account for the $1.00 insurance fee per youth member, registered volunteer and adult Tiger Cub partner, nor does it account for Overseas Council fees or Boy’s Life sent in bulk to an APO address but the members have local addresses.
Please put in the youth phone number slot the branch of service (or none), Army, Air Force, Navy, USMC, or Non-DoD. DoD civilians should use the branch of service that provides their logistical support. (in other words DoD Civilian is not a valid category for the form). For adults please use your phone number.