Get the Eagle Service Project Workbook from the Board of Review. Come up with a workable idea. This is the hardest part! Talk to the Scoutmaster and the Board of ...

Trail to Eagle Checklist To the Life Scout: This Eagle packet contains the materials you will be working with to complete ... # Eagle Service Project Workbook

The Paper Trail he trail to Eagle is rugged, ... • Bring your project report, Eagle Service Project Workbook , any photos, and a photocopy of the Eagle

The Shenandoah Area Council Eagle Board has developed it's Life to Eagle packet to assist Scouts, leaders and families along the “Trail to Eagle.”  All elements support the official BSA Eagle Scout Leadership Service Project Workbook and the Eagle Rank Application.  It is the desire of the Council Eagle Board to provide information and guidance to individual candidates and to Troop and Crew leadership to make the Eagle Scout process one that is clear, smooth and one that produces the work and fine qualities that should be demonstrated by a youth striving for Scouting’s highest rank.

All proposals must be turned into the office the Friday before the Eagle Board of Review (which is always the 3rd Tuesday of every month, unless otherwise specified) and all final projects must be turned in by the 1st of that month to be seen that month.  Final projects must be turned into the Scout Office the day of or prior to the candidate's 18th birthday to be considered.

The Eagle Scout project proposals are due by the 1 st of each month to be considered for review by the Council Eagle Project Review Committee that month.  These projects will be reviewed on the 3 rd Tuesday of that month.  Project proposals can be picked up after the Committee has completed their review.

Get the Eagle Service Project Workbook from the Board of Review. Come up with a workable idea. This is the hardest part! Talk to the Scoutmaster and the Board of ...

Trail to Eagle Checklist To the Life Scout: This Eagle packet contains the materials you will be working with to complete ... # Eagle Service Project Workbook

The Paper Trail he trail to Eagle is rugged, ... • Bring your project report, Eagle Service Project Workbook , any photos, and a photocopy of the Eagle

Get the Eagle Service Project Workbook from the Board of Review. Come up with a workable idea. This is the hardest part! Talk to the Scoutmaster and the Board of ...

Trail to Eagle Checklist To the Life Scout: This Eagle packet contains the materials you will be working with to complete ... # Eagle Service Project Workbook

The Paper Trail he trail to Eagle is rugged, ... • Bring your project report, Eagle Service Project Workbook , any photos, and a photocopy of the Eagle

The Shenandoah Area Council Eagle Board has developed it's Life to Eagle packet to assist Scouts, leaders and families along the “Trail to Eagle.”  All elements support the official BSA Eagle Scout Leadership Service Project Workbook and the Eagle Rank Application.  It is the desire of the Council Eagle Board to provide information and guidance to individual candidates and to Troop and Crew leadership to make the Eagle Scout process one that is clear, smooth and one that produces the work and fine qualities that should be demonstrated by a youth striving for Scouting’s highest rank.

All proposals must be turned into the office the Friday before the Eagle Board of Review (which is always the 3rd Tuesday of every month, unless otherwise specified) and all final projects must be turned in by the 1st of that month to be seen that month.  Final projects must be turned into the Scout Office the day of or prior to the candidate's 18th birthday to be considered.

The Eagle Scout project proposals are due by the 1 st of each month to be considered for review by the Council Eagle Project Review Committee that month.  These projects will be reviewed on the 3 rd Tuesday of that month.  Project proposals can be picked up after the Committee has completed their review.

Since the Eagle rank is the highest a Scout can earn, every Scout should face roughly the same challenges. The district's role is to ensure that the Eagle Project and the Eagle Board of Review are reasonably consistent across all troops, so that an Eagle is an Eagle, regardless of his troop. Specifically, the district has two jobs:

Scouts can schedule their Eagle Board of Review to take place during the monthly Roundtable. Contact the district's Eagle Coordinator for more information.

An Eagle project is not an Eagle project unless it receives all necessary approvals before the work begins. This includes approval by the district Advancement Committee. In the Eagle River District, the review is performed by the Eagle Coordinator or a designee on the Advancement Committee.


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