Process & Information
Eagle Scout Service Project Workbook No. 512-927, May 2014 printing (Requires Adobe Reader v.9 or later)
Eagle Application No. 512-728, 2014 printing
Council Eagle Verification process
Eagle Project Time Tracking Spreadsheet
Reference Letter Request
Reference Letter Attachment
Donation Thank You
Eagle Scout Rank
- To earn the rank, a Boy Scout must:
- Progress through the ranks in the following order:
- Earn 21 merit badges, including:
- First Aid
- Citizenship in the Community
- Citizenship in the Nation
- Citizenship in the World
- Environmental Science or Sustainability
- Personal Fitness
- Family Life
- Personal Management
- Emergency Preparedness or Lifesaving
- Cycling, Hiking, or Swimming
- Serve six months in a troop leadership position.
- Plan, develop, and give leadership to a service project for any religious organization or any school or community.
- Take part in a Scoutmaster conference.
- Successfully complete an Eagle Scout board of review.
2010 Baylor University study – Eagle Scouts – Beyond the Badge
*** The Sons of the American Revolution, both locally and nationally, is very supportive of Boy Scouts and usually participates in local scouting events such as the annual Denver Area Council Scout Show. SAR offers an annual Eagle Scout Scholarship Competition – SAR scholarship information. Interested participants should submit a scholarship application to one of the four Colorado Chapters of SAR by December 15th. Each SAR Chapter awards an Eagle Scout Scholarship each year. Applicants are also eligable to win the annual Statewide Eagle Scout Scholarship Award.
*** Veterans of Foreign Wars: Some of the VFW’s earliest ties to the community involve youth groups. Few are stronger — and none more lasting — than the close relationship between the VFW and Boy Scouts of America, dating back to 1915.
Each year, the VFW selects three young people — of the Boy or Girl Scouts, Sea Scouts or Venturing Crew — who have demonstrated practical citizenship in school, scouting and the community. The first-place winner receives a $5,000 award, the second-place winner receives a $3,000 award and the third-place winner receives $1,000.
*** Lowe’s National Eagle Scout Project Impact Grant
Denver Area Council is the recipient of a grant of 69 $100 prepaid Lowe’s gift cards to be used towards Eagle Scout Service Projects. Cards must be used at Lowe’s to purchase building materials and equipment for the project. Cards are available until the supply is depleted in 2012, first come/first serve – one per scout, and are good at any Lowe’s location. This program is in lieu of Scouts soliciting local Lowe’s stores for donations.