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TROOP 957 EAGLE RANK RESOURCES

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Trail to Eagle Guide

This is a short guide to the Eagle Scout project, application, and BOR process.

Eagle Scout Application

The Eagle Scout Application needs to be printed "two-sided" so that it ends up as a single piece of paper.

Eagle Project Workbook

The Eagle Scout Project Workbook describes the steps to be taken in accomplishing the Eagle Scout Leadership Project and completing the Eagle Scout Board of Review. This copy of the workbook already has Troop adulty names included and it can be filled out using Adobe Reader on the computer.

Eagle Scout Palm Application


Good Turn for America Reporting Procedure (done by Scoutmaster or Committee)

Scouts need to provide the information shown in Step 6 so that the results of their service project can be reported to BSA. A certificate will be generated and returned to the Eagle Candidate for inclusion in their Project Notebook.

Eagle Application and Project Notebook Checklist

This checklist is a collection of items to be reviewed on the application and in the notebook. It consists of lessons learned from past Eagle Condidate's applications and advice from various individuals involved in the process.

Project Help

Eagle Scout Service Project Planning Guide

The hardest part of your Eagle Leadership Service Project is getting started because you are not sure what is expected. This document has been prepared to provide you guidance in choosing and completing your project.. (from the website)

Eagle Scout Projects (list of 450 compiled by The Order of Knights of Pythias)

"The Order of Knights of Pythias is an international non-sectarian fraternal order, founded in 1864, and was the first to be chartered by an act of Congress. Many Pythian brothers involved in the Scouting program have commented that some Eagle candidates need coaching to come up with their Eagle projects. The list of 450 Eagle Scout projects that have been undertaken by other Scouts is intended to help give an Eagle candidate an idea of what kinds of projects could be performed." (from their website).


Last Update: May 11, 2015
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