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Life to Eagle

On February 1, 2019, BSA will start admitting girls to “Scouts BSA” (new name for the Boy Scout program). Advancement requirements for girls will be the same as for boys, but there are some “Temporary Transition Rules” for new scouts (boys and girls) who were not previously members of the Boy Scout program.  The temporary rules permit new scouts to request a time extension beyond age 18 to earn Eagle rank, but the time frame for advancing to Eagle is very tight (24 months from initial registration).  For more information on the “Implementation Details for Females Entering Scouts BSA” please click here.

The November-December edition of Advancement News included an article with additional guidance regarding the treatment of Scouts who have requested a time extension to earn Eagle rank.  To view that article, click here.  
 
The article also contains information regarding Eagle candidates in LDS chartered units that will not exist after December 31, 2019.  Except for the Scout’s Eagle Board of Review, a Scout must be registered with an active unit when meeting an Eagle requirement.  Eagle candidates may have their Eagle Board of Review after December 31, however NCAC should be notified prior to the end of the year.

Presentation to parents at the Life to Eagle Seminar

Unit Eagle Adviser Training

District Life to Eagle Guidelines, All Life to Eagle Forms and Appendices can be found below.

Life to Eagle Documents:

Chain Bridge District 2019 Life to Eagle GuidelinesNCAC Eagle Scout Procedures Guide

NCAC ESRA Verification ProceduresNavigating the Eagle Scout Service Project; Information for Project BeneficiariesBSA Guide to AdvancementView Page

Eagle Scout Rank Application, No. 512-728

Eagle Scout Service Project Workbook, No. 512-927 
Appendix-I-NESA-ApplicationAppendix-L-Eagle Ceremony BookletAppendix-M-680-028-Age-Guidelines-For-Tool-Use   Complete National Eagle Scout Association information


Contact Eagle Board Chairman Dick Meyers with questions or for more information.