I’m the Post Advisor (volunteer) and our Exploring professional duties are being re-designed (I think distributed) among council professionals at this time–our Exploring Exec retired.
I’m not sure if all fifty states have a state organization, but they are part of the National Association of Parliamentarians which also has “regions” across the US and Canada. If there isn’t a state association, I’m sure the region or national could connect you with a potential charter organization.
Contact person to start a Parliamentary Law Explorer Post? Heck, start with me and I’ll find someone in the area–if not a professional parliamentarian, at least a high school debate coach or county clerk or school board.
Contact person to join a professional parliamentarian organization? https://www.parliamentarians.org/ or me as well, I’ll connect you. You’ll find it’s made up of full-time professional parliamentarians, meeting planners, school board members, homeowner association members attorneys, paralegals, preachers, … and a good number of Eagle Scouts.
Activities that our post has: We provide service projects for local meetings of groups such as church annual meetings, Toastmasters annual meetings, school boards, and such. We help by serving as pages, election tellers (vote counters), serve as impartial chair of committees, and will (for smaller organizations) complete bylaws reviews and provide training on running meetings, leading organizations, officer duties, and public speaking.
Our unit activities are a five-year education plan working toward the designation of Professional Registered Parliamentarian.