The Eagle Scout Award is the highest rank a boy can achieve
A boy who has earned the Eagle rank will have all of the fundamental outdoor skills and be proficient in camping, hiking, cooking and first aid. He will have earned at least 21 merit badges that symbolize knowledge and achievement. He will also have held leadership positions and participated in numerous community service projects, one of which he personally planned and directed. More importantly, the lessons of discipline, character and service learned in earning this highest honor will last a lifetime.
- Eagle Scout Information, index to instructions and resources to help Scouts in Chester County Council become Eagle Scouts
- Eagle Scout Requirements, the seven requirements for the Eagle Scout rank
- Eagle Scout Process, an overview of the entire Life to Eagle process
- Download the Eagle Scout Handbook and Workbook, get started on the documents you will need to carry out and document your Life to Eagle process
- Attend a Life to Eagle Seminar, information on upcoming Life to Eagle seminars
- Finding a Project, project ideas and potential sources of Eagle Scout project ideas
- Plan the Project, instructions on how to plan the project and get it written up and approved
- Materials and Resources, information on how to use various materials and resources you may need for your project
- Carrying Out the Project, what you need to know and do while carrying out the project
- Prepare your Write-up, how to document what you did so it gets approved by your board of review
- Complete your other requirements, its not just the project, be sure you have completed all the other requirements
- Eagle Scout Rank Application, download the new electronic application and complete it correctly
- Submit the paperwork, be sure all the paperwork is complete and submitted correctly and on time
- Board of Review, how to prepare for and pass your board of review
- Planning your Court of Honor, ideas and resources for various possible courts of honor
- Scholarships for Eagle Scouts, from NESA, service organizations, religious groups, specific schools, and others
- Contacts, names and contact information for those who can answer questions and who approve projects for each district
- Parents Guide, how can parents help their sons through the Life to Eagle process
- Beneficiary Guide, what should a potential project benefiting organization know about the Eagle project process
A fellowship of men who have achieved the Eagle Scout rank and who desire to use their efforts and influence toward forming the kind of young men America needs for leadership. The objective of NESA is “to serve Eagle Scout and, through them, the entire movement of Scouting.”
Eagle Scout Search
Eagle Scouts missing!
And you can help us find them. The Chester County Council, BSA, is trying to find any Eagle Scouts residing in our Council service area. Our goal is to help these gentlemen renew friendships with other Eagle Scouts and solicit their help with Scouting projects and activities. If you or someone you know earned the Eagle Scout badge anywhere in the country, who resides in our Council, please encourage them to RECONNECT with us.
Once Eagles have been identified the next goal is to form an Eagle Scout Association in the Chester County Council, BSA. The purpose of the Eagle Scout Association is to provide all Eagle Scouts with an information link to the Council, to develop ways by which Eagle Scouts may serve to enhance the delivery of Scouting to the youth of Chester County, and reestablish a Chester County Council Annual Eagle Scout Recognition Banquet.
The organization is to be made up of Eagle Scouts, registered and non-registered, residing within or about the Council Service area of Chester County and Northern Cecil County, Maryland. Eagle Scouts working and/or living in the community are requested to RECONNECT with us. In addition, leaders of Cub Scout, Boy Scout, and Venturing units are asked to submit similar information for youth and adult leaders who are Eagle Scouts in their respective units.