Eagle Scout Advancement
The fact that a boy is an Eagle Scout has always carried a special significance – not only in Scouting, but also as he enters higher education, business or industry, and community service. The award is a performance-based achievement in which standards have been well-maintained over the years.
Not every boy who joins a Boy Scout Troop earns the Eagle Scout rank; only about 5% of all Boy Scouts do so. The goals of Scouting – citizenship training, character development, and personal fitness – remain important for all Scouts, whether or not they attain the Eagle Scout rank.
Visit the Advancement Resources page on Scouting.org to download current copies of:
- Eagle Scout Rank Application
- Eagle Scout Service Project Workbook for PC and for Mac
- Eagle Palm Application, No. 58-709
- Application for Alternate Eagle Scout Rank Merit Badges, No. 58-730?
Visit the National Eagle Scout Association's website to download applications for:
- National Eagle Scout Association Scholarship Applications
- National Eagle Scout Association Membership Application
Eagle Board Resources:
- All online resources for district Eagle Board members appear in the below chart---
|Eagle Advancement Checklist for Troop Leaders||Best viewed in Chrome or Internet Explorer browsers; if difficult to read, download to view in Adobe Reader||Download|
|MIC Local Option Advancement Guidelines 9-24-2016 UPDATE||Download|
|Online Resources for Eagle Board Members 10-25-16||Download|
|Reference Handout for EB Training 8-25-2016||Download|