A Den Cheif is a Boy Scout, Varsity Scout, or Venturer who helps direct the activities of a Cub Scout den. Appointed by the senior patrol leader with the Scoutmaster's advice and consent. A den chief must fulfill training and service requirements while serving a den for a full year or more to earn this recognition. A one-day training experience is conducted by the pack, district, or council to equip den chiefs with the knowledge, skills, and enthusiasm to perform their responsibilities.
This award is worn over the left shoulder, under the epaulet and under the arm.
Where does it all go? See the BSA Insignia Guide for help in placing your Scout insignia and patches in the right place on your uniform.