Most Varsity Scout teams are small, close-knit groups of young men who share a number of common interests. Each team member has a leadership responsibility—as a program manager of a field of emphasis or as a team captain or squad leader. Each youth leadership position has an adult counterpart who works with the youth member—similar to that of a player and a coach. The youth members plan and carry out the program of the Varsity Scout team. Every team member should have some leadership responsibility.