The Troop is organized as follows:
- Troop Committee - all Scout parents, registered adults and Troop 23 Alumni who set policy for the Troop and “whose main job is to back up the Scoutmaster and help him run a good troop.” The Committee Chair relies on subcommittees to evaluate issues and make recommendations.
- Youth Leadership - assist the Scoutmaster with the Troop.
- Patrol Leaders Council (PLC) includes the Senior Patrol Leaders, Patrol Leaders and Assistant Patrol Leaders of the Troop and others invited by the Scoutmaster.
- The Patrols.
SCOUT POSITIONS OF RESPONSIBILITY
- SENIOR PATROL LEADERS (SPLs): Assists the Scoutmaster in planning & running all scout activities. He is the chairman of the Patrol Leaders Council and is in charge of all Troop officers
- ASSISTANT SENIOR PATROL LEADERS (ASPLs): Acts as the Senior Patrol Leader in the absence of the Senior Patrol Leader or when called upon. He helps the Senior Patrol Leader at meetings & outings.
- PATROL LEADERS (PL): Leads the patrol at all meetings, outings & Courts of Honor. He is responsible for his patrol & equipment. He helps train patrol members in scout skills
- ASSISTANT SENIOR PATROL LEADERS (APLs): Helps the Patrol Leader at meetings & outings. He acts as the patrol grubmaster for campouts. He is responsible for the patrol menu and food purchases or arranges for another patrol member to take over.
- CHAPLAIN'S AIDE: Works with the Troop chaplain to meet the religious needs of the Troop. He works to promote the religious emblems program.
- HISTORIAN: Works directly with the adult Troop Historian. He is responsible for taking photos at all major Troop functions.
- QUARTERMASTER: Responsible for keeping track of the Troop equipment and seeing that it is in working condition.
- ORDER OF THE ARROW REPRESENTATIVE: Serves as a communication link between the lodge or chapter and the troop