Eagle App.

Here is an Eagle Application (Updated) for the scouts who need.

Eagle Scout Rank

General Links:

http://www.scouting.org/scoutsource/boyscouts/advancementandawards/resources.aspx

 

Eagle Scout Rank Application Process

  1. Complete all the Requirements

    1. Active for at least 6 months after Life  Scout rank achieved

    2. Demonstrate Scout Oath & Scout Law

    3. Have earned 21 Merit Badges

    4. Serve for 6 months in Position of Responsibility

    5. Plan, Develop, and give leadership to others in a Service Project

    6. Take part in Unit Leader conference

    7. Successfully complete Eagle BOR

       

  2. Prepare the Eagle Scout Service Project Workbook

Requires Adobe Reader 9 or later

Eagle Scout Service Project Workbook, No. 512-927. http://www.scouting.org/filestore/global/link-PDF.gif

 

Alt Link:

http://www.scouting.org/Home/BoyScouts/AdvancementandAwards/EagleWorkbookProcedures.aspx

 

  1. Complete the Application

    Eagle Scout Rank Application 2014, No. 512-728 http://www.scouting.org/filestore/global/link-PDF.gif

Alt link:

http://www.scouting.org/filestore/pdf/512-728_WB_fillable.pdf

 

  1. Dates

  2. Signatures

  3. References

  4. Merit Badges

  5. Position of Responsibility

  6. Attachments

     

  1. Obtain Required Signatures

  2. Submit to Council Service Center

  3. Council Verifies Application and Board of Review Scheduled

  4. References Contacted

  5. Application Returned to Council Service Center

  6. Council Sends Application to National Advancement Team

  7. National Advancement Team Returns Credentials


 

Eagle Scout Service Project

  1. What an Eagle Scout Candidate Should Expect

    1. Questioning and probing

    2. Project expectations will match Requirement 5

    3. Explanation of proposal rejection, if applicable

    4. Guidance available

    5. Method of redress, if necessary

       

  2. “While a Life Scout” work on  a project

  3. “Plan, Develop…”

  4. “Give Leadership to Others…”

  5. “Helpful to Any Religious Institution, any School, or Your Community”

  6. “Benefit an Organization other than Boy Scouting”

  7. “Proposal Must be Approved before you start”

    1. Project provides opportunity to meet requirement

    2. Project is feasible

    3. Safety issues addressed

    4. Action steps for further detailed planning

    5. On right track for reasonable chance for positive experience

       

  8. “Use the Eagle Scout Service Project workbook”

  9. Eagle Scout Service Project Coach

  10. Fundraising Issues

  11. Routine Labor

  12. Addressing Common Misconceptions

  13. Evaluating the Project after Completion

  14. Risk Management and Eagle Scout Service Projects

  15. Insurance and Eagle Scout Projects

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