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Questions or comments? Send an email to Powhatan Eagle Advisers.
2010 Advancement Changes
A number of advancement changes will take place effective January 1, 2010. Make sure you are on the right track as you or you Scout works toward their Eagle requiements. Check out the information on the Advancement page and touch base with your Eagle Adviser to make sure all requirements are being met.
New! NCAC pre-certification procedures for the Eagle Scout Rank Application (ESRA)
In our district, we would like this process to begin now rather than later. As with everything else in Scouting, there is a phase in period. A six-month phase in period has been set. Beginning September 1, 2010, the NCAC program office will no longer accept ESRA packets without having first been pre-certified.
Once a District Eagle Representative has accepted the Scout's ESRA and Project Workbook, he will return these two documents to the Scout with instructions to deliver them to his Unit Leader or Committee Chairperson who in turn will forward a clear copy of the front and back of the Scout's completed ESRA to the NCAC Program Office for pre-certification approval of the information listed. A return email address or fax number must be provided to allow NCAC to send back the pre-certification results.
The ESRA can be submitted by the unit in
Download the NCAC Pre-Certification Procedure CLICK HERE
ARE YOU LOST EAGLE SCOUT?
The NOVA Eagle Scout network, which was started only one year ago, has now reached 187 members. The group, composed of Eagle Scouts living, working or awarded their rank in an around the northern Virginia area brings Eagle Scouts together a few times a year to talk about jobs, service and the community. The group also includes those interested in providing support to our Eagle Scouts, including parents and business people. They have also provided help with resumes, mentoring, and networking lessons for those who feel shy in attending the get-together.
The group continues to seek out new members and has set a goal of 300 by year end. This should not be a problem since there are over 1500 registered NESA members in the Powhatan District alone.
To join, simply go to Linkedin.com and using the search
group feature, enter Northern Virginia Eagle Scouts. Once the page for the
group comes up, ask for membership by entering the place your Eagle Rank was
awarded, the troop number and the year of your award. There is no charge for
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