Eagle Scout Information
The NCAC Eagle Scout Procedures Guide provides guidance to Life Scouts and Scouters in the NCAC on the policies and procedures relating to the Eagle rank and to address commonly asked questions and issues. This information is intended to supplement BSA publications. It is not intended to answer all questions. National BSA policies and procedures, as stated in national publications, have precedence over this document.
This document is divided into small, consumable sections for the Scout. The NCAC ARC recommends they read just the section with the information they need rather than trying to devour the whole document.
2014 NCAC Eagle Scout Procedures Guide - CLICK HERE
There is a new version of the Eagle Scout Service Project Workbook that is an "expandable" PDF. This fillable PDF document contains new functionalities for this electronic workbook that include expandable text boxes and the ability to insert images in JPEG, GIF, TIF, and PNG formats and much much more.
The following link provides instructions for both PC and MAC users.
Eagle Scout Service Project Workbook - CLICK HERE
This 2-page brochure was recently made available by the national Advancement Team and is intended for a project beneficiary interested helping a Life Scout with their Eagle Scout Service Project.
Navigating the Eagle Scout Service Project; Information for Project Beneficiaries - CLICK HERE
The Guide to Safe Scouting provides information applicable to a Scout's Eagle Scout Service Project. The first are age guidelines for the use of hand tools and power tools, working heights and elevations, and excavations. The second is a list of service project planning guidelines that should appear in the Final Plan section of the Eagle Scout Service Project Workbook.
Guide to Safe Scouting Age Guidelines for Tool Use and Work at Elevations or Excavations - CLICK HERE
Guide to Safe Scouting Service Project Planning Guidelines - CLICK HERE
The Eagle Scout Rank Application is updated annually so Scouts (and Scouters) need to make sure they are using the most current version. This form is completed when all requirements for the rank of Eagle (except the board of review) have been completed. The NCAC Eagle Scout Procedures Guide provides detailed instructions for completing the application, having it reviewed and initialed by the District Eagle Representative, and then sent to the council service center for verification.
2014 Eagle Scout Rank Application - CLICK HERE
(Use if you completed any of Eagle Scout Requirements 1-6 after 1/1/2014)
The NCAC is required by BSA policy to verify all Eagle Scout Rank Applications prior to the Board of Review. This verification ensures that all the Scouts' dates, requirements, and merit badges are accurate before the candidate sits for his Eagle Board of Review. This procedure reduces errors in submitted ESRAs and improves the overall processing time at the NCAC. The following document mirrors the procedures in the NCAC Eagle Scout Procedures Guide.
NCAC Eagle Scout Verification Procedures - CLICK HERE
CLICK HERE to be redirected to the National online advancement resources page for other Eagle Scout resources and forms.
The Glenn A. and Melinda W. Adams National Eagle Scout Service Project of the Year Award Application
CLICK HERE FOR APPLICATION