EAGLE SCOUTS

Eagle Scout Project Information and Forms

The District Eagle Project Review Committees have been receiving an abundance of Eagle Scout projects to review just prior to the Eagle candidate’s 18th birthday. This situation is causing a significant difficulty for both the candidate and the volunteer committee in reviewing and approving the project to accommodate the 18th birthday deadline. The Council Advancement Committee strongly recommends any projects to be reviewed should be submitted at least six months prior to the candidate’s 18th birthday.

02/05/2021 - NEW Updated Eagle Scout Project Workbook

Eagle Scout Service Project Workbook No. 2021c January 2021 must be downloaded and

completed on forms provided.  Additional sheets may be added as necessary.

New (09/27/2021)

Are you ready to begin your Eagle Scout Project?
Just follow the step-by-step process below!
(IMPORTANT: Make sure you are downloading the most current version of the
Eagle Scout Service Project Workbook!)

1.

Eagle Scout Service

Workbook

How to use Workbook and submit Project Proposal for Approval

Click button then click download (TOP RIGHT ARROW) and save the file to your computer then open with Adobe Reader.

*** IMPORTANT  ***

02/05/2021 - NEW Workbook

If you plan on submitting a CMS Project, please click the links below.

2.

Eagle Scout Project

Review

Check your Districts' information below on how they are conducting Eagle Project Reviews or their web page to verify if their Eagle Project Reviews are being done in person or virtually.     (Updated 04/30/2021)

4.

Eagle Board of

Review

All requirements for the Eagle Scout Rank, including the Scoutmaster's Conference, must be completed by the 18th birthday.

 

The Eagle Scout application includes six references (five if not employed.)  A sealed "Letter of Reference" from each of those references must be included with the Eagle Application.

Blue cards are not required but are helpful in the verification process.

3.

Eagle Scout

Application

Eagle Palms

The BSA has announced significant changes to the way Scouts earn Eagle Palms. The modification took effect August 01, 2017.  The change brings Eagle Palm requirements in line with the needs of older Scouts.

 

Beginning August 1st, all earned Palms may be requested by the Scout at their EBOR for merit badges completed up to that day. These Palms will be awarded instantly to new Eagle Scouts at their Eagle Court of Honor.  This abolishes the wait of months or years for these young Scouts to receive all Palms available to them.

 
 

Ready to turn in your project?

Bring you project workbook, application, and original reference letters (sealed by the reference) to the Council Service Center at 1410 East 7th Street Charlotte, NC 28204

The Scout Shop staff will review your project and application to ensure the following are present before submitting your project for processing:
Application:    3 signatures
                       Life Scout Position start and end date
                       Scoutmaster Conference date
                       References with Contact Information

Project:           Contact Sheet
                       Project proposal signatures (5)
                       Project report signatures (3)
                       Pictures of Project 

 

Other:             Ambition Statement
                       Letters (Sealed by references)


 

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$500 College Scholarship for New Eagle Scouts

Did you know that the Mecklenburg County chapter of NESA offers a $500 scholarship every year to an outstanding new Eagle Scout?  This program is targeted at future business leaders and continued supporters of Scouting and is not needs-based. All the new Eagle Scout needs to do is fill out a simple online form, submit with two short essays, and that’s it!  The deadline for submissions is 1/18/2021, and winner will be announced prior to the Eagle Scout Banquet.

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The NESA Outstanding Eagle Scout Award

Please -

  • Download Form

  • Fill it out Completely

  • Save it

  • Email a copy to -

dave.ritchie@scouting.org

AND

jordan.hitchens@gmail.com

The NESA Outstanding Eagle Scout Award (NOESA) is a prestigious recognition granted by the local council’s NESA committee to Eagle Scouts who have demonstrated outstanding achievement at the local, state, or regional level. The NOESA recognizes Eagle Scouts whose efforts have made a positive impact in the community.
 

The presentation of this award should be conducted with the highest level of honor. Often, these men have devoted a lifetime of service to their community and the Boy Scouts of America at a great sacrifice to themselves and their families. Each recipient should receive recognition worthy of a lifetime’s accomplishments.

Eagle Recognition

It is customary for Eagle Scouts to receive congratulatory letters from civic, community, military and other leaders who appreciate and recognize the importance of their accomplishments and wish to support them by providing encouragement.  If you would like to request a letter of congratulations, please visit the links below.

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NASA

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Blue Angels

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National Parks Service

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U.S. Coast Guard Academy

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U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service

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U.S. military academy (west point)

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Marine corps league

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Recognizing a Scout for attaining the rank of Eagle?

Celebrating your packs Blue & Gold?

Whatever the occasion, submit your request for permission to use a commercial bakery for use of any Boy Scouts of America logos on a cake using the form on this page.

 

***Please note that it takes 2-3 business days to review requests and respond accordingly.***