Every scout deserves a well trained leader.


Albert Grobe, Scoutmaster, Troop 1911

  • Order of the Arrow Chapter AdvisorDistrict Eagle Board


    • Post-Doctoral Fellowship University of Montana,

    Jan 2004-March 2006

    • Ph.D. in Biochemistry/Microbiology University of Montana

    August 2004

    • M.S. in Microbiology                  University of Montana

    August 1995

    • B.A. in Microbiology University of Montana

    June 1990

    Emergency Medical Training/History:

    BSA Wilderness First Aid – 2012, AHA CPR/AED – 2012

    Pediatric Emergency Assessment/Recognition & Stabilization – 2013


    Scouting History (over 25 years as a Scouter):

    Cub Scout, Webelos & Boy Scout in Frankfurt, Germany – Trans-Atlantic Council

    Wood Badge:

    2013 Instructor (W5-315-13-1)

    2012 Course Director (W5-315-12)

    2011 Troop Guide (W5-315-11-1)

    2002 SA Program/Venture (W5-315-02)

    2001 Scribe (W5-315-01)

    2000 Coach-Counselor (W5-315-00)

    Powder Horn – 2012, Powder Horn Staff 2015

    Bitterroot Rendezvous, Staff/Instructor – 2004 to Current

    Grizzly Base Rendezvous, Instructor, Mission Mountain Rendezvous, Instructor

    NYLT, Quartermaster

    SM/ASM Leader-specific Training, Instructor

    Cub-Leader Specific Training, Instructor (First Aid/Knots)

    Mullan Trail Cub Scout Klondike Derby, Staff

    ASM and ASM Venture, Troop 1904

    Mullan Trail Summer Camp Staff, “Nature” Instructor,

    Merit Badge Counselor

    Order of the Arrow – Ordeal & Brotherhood 1982/1999

    Silver Beaver Award 2013

    District Award of Merit 2016

Board of Review Questions:

BSA Board of Review Guide to Advancement