A new “On Demand” Life to Eagle Preview is now available all Scouts and Scouters online. In the past, this presentation would have only taken place in-person, in various locations throughout the council.
Now, your Scouts can gain access to important resources as well as the necessary insight to make the Life to Eagle process as smooth as possible. To view this presentation and to find other resources for Life Scouts, please visit our Scouts Guide to Earning Eagle page at: http://www.northernstar.org/News/eNavigator/a-scouts-guide-to-earning-eagle.
LIFE TO EAGLE PREVIEWS
Life to Eagle Previews are designed for all Star and Life Scouts, their parents and unit leaders. These sessions provide the resources and information that all Scouts, parents and leaders need to know to make the Eagle process as seamless as possible. In-person and Virtual events are typically held in the Spring and Fall and are hosted by members of the Council Advancement Committee. Our “On Demand Life to Eagle Preview” will provide the same information as the live events but without the opportunity to ask specific questions. We also have a downloadable slide presentation without a voiceover that unit leaders can use to present the content themselves at troop meetings. You can find that presentation in the resources area of this page.View our On Demand Life to Eagle Preview
Life to Eagle Preview Slideshow
EAGLE SCOUT SERVICE PROJECT
The Eagle Scout Service project is one of the most recognizable parts of earning the Eagle Rank. While a Life Scout, plan, develop, and give leadership to others in a service project helpful to any religious institution, any school, or your community. (The project must benefit an organization other than the BSA.) A project proposal must be approved by the organization benefiting from the effort, your unit leader, the unit committee, and the district advancement team before you start. You must use the Eagle Scout Service Project Workbook No. 512-927, in meeting this requirement. All proposal approval signatures and project fundraising form approvals are done by your local district advancement team.Eagle Advancement Team by District
CONFIDENTIAL REFERENCE LETTERS
An Eagle candidate must list six references on their Eagle Scout Rank Application. The only line you may leave blank is employer (if any). As a courtesy to the board of review members, confidential reference letters are requested by the unit leader (or designee) on behalf of the Eagle candidate from these references. The confidential letters are submitted with the Eagle Scout paperwork to the council office. See Related Contents for a sample of the letters.