Useful Eagle Scout Helps and Forms
Eagle Packet Forms on the Web
The New Eagle Scout Service Project Workbook
Eagle Scout rank requirement 5 has been reworded which calls for a project proposal to be approved by the organization that the project is for, scoutmaster, unit committee and council or district, rather than “the project plan.”
Eagle Scout Requirement 5
While a Life Scout, plan, develop, and give leadership to others in a service project helpful to any religious institution, any school, or your community. (The project must benefit an organization other than Boy Scouting). A project proposal must be approved by the organization benfiting from the effort, your unit leader, and unit committee, and the council or district before you start. You must use the Eagle Scout Service Project Workbook, No. 512-927, in meeting this requirement.
As of January 1, 2012 Scouts are to use the new Workbook If Scouts have already had their Eagle Scout service project approved by the council or district using the previous Workbook, they may continue with the same Workbook.
The new Eagle Scout Rank Application (2011 printing) and the fillable Eagle Scout Service Project Workbook have been placed on Scouting.org. You will find them both at the following link: Eagle Advancements & Award
Guide to Advancement
The guide has been reorganized for easy reference and features a list of the questions most often asked of the national Advancement Team. It is a complete rewrite of the Advancement Committee Policies and Procedures, which it replaces. Transition will occur over the next few months. Advancement procedures that are currently in place in accordance with the former advancement publication can be continued but the new Guide to Advancement will be fully implemented as of January 1, 2012. The new Guide to Advancement may be found at the following link: Guide to Advancement
Eagle Packet Forms on the Web
Eagle Applications. Effective January 1, 2012, the National BSA Office will no longer accept Eagle applications prior to the 2011 printing. The new Eagle Scout application (512-728) can be found on scouting.org. or by accessing the Eagle Application link below.
EAGLE APPLICANTS...You have the option to fill out a paper copy of the Project Workbook & Eagle Application, or download & fill out the workbook & form on your computer. As of January 1, 2012 you are to use the new Workbook If you have already had their Eagle Scout service project approved by the council or district using the previous Workbook, you may continue with the same Workbook.
Eagle Scout Project Workbook
Eagle Scout Leadership Service Project Workbook - Download this, & you can fill out this PDF version on your computer, or you can print it & fill it out on paper. - 512-927 Eagle Scout Service Project Workbook
Eagle Scout Leadership Service Project Workbook -Download this and you can fill out this Word version on your computer – Eagle Scout Service Project Workbook_2011 TFC.
Three Fires Council has provided the Word version of the Eagle Service Project Workbook and has verified that it is the official Eagle Scout Service Project Workbook No. 512-927, 2011 printing. The Word file was created until the interactive version is issued by National. It is not permissible for district, units or individual to make any additions, deletions, or changes. The candidate can only fill in information in the appropriate areas but cannot make any changes as defined above.
Eagle Scout Rank Application - 2011 - Replaces ALL former EAGLE Applications as of January 1, 2012. Download this, & you can fill out this PDF version on your computer, or you can print it out & fill it out on paper. - 512-728 Eagle Scout Rank Application
Eagle Scout Character Reference - New version as of March, 2011
Helps from NESA - National Eagle Scout Association
Eagle Palm - Application for Eagle Palm
Application for Alternative Merit Badges for Eagle Rank- A guide and application for Scouts with disabilities. The Eagle Scout rank may be achieved by a Boy Scout, Varsity Scout or Qualified* Venturer who has a physical or mental disability by qualifying for alternative merit badges.
NESA - National Eagle Scout Association
National Eagle Scout Association - Website
The National Eagle Scout Association (NESA) is a fellowship of men who have achieved the Eagle Scout rank and who desire using their efforts and influence toward forming the kind of young men America needs for leadership. The objective of NESA is "to Serve Eagle Scouts and through them, the entire movement of Scouting" - NESA
National Eagle Scout Association Membership Application - Link to form
Duplicate Eagle Scout/NESA Credentials Order Form - Link to form
The applications for the 2013 NESA Eagle Scout scholarships are now available at www.nesa.org. The homepage features a link that leads directly to the forms. These are the only scholarship applications acceptable in 2013. These applications must be printed and mailed to the national office when completed.All applicants are required to be Eagle Scouts and NESA members. All scholarship applications must be postmarked no later than midnight on December 31, 2012.
This link contains the NEW 2011 NESA Eagle Scout Scholarship application. The old ones will no longer be accepted, so please discard any old applications and use the new form!
2012 Eagle Dinner Banquet - Friday, February 8, 2013
Several hundred young men in the Three Fires Council will received their Eagle Award in 2012. To honor their achievement, the Eagle Banquet Committee has scheduled the
2012 Gathering of Eagles Recognition Banquet for Friday, February 8, 2013 - Please mark your calendars!
at the Wyndham Hotel, 3000 Warrenville Rd, Lisle, 60532. A general reception and fellowship will begin at 6:30 pm. Dinner will be served at 7:00 pm. followed by our program. This will be a very special evening for the 2012 class, Eagle Alumni, sponsors and guests. It is our hope that you will help make this a memorable event by sponsoring one or more Eagles from the Eagle Scout Class of 2012, as well as attend this gala event. Details available in Deccember 2012.
The NESA Outstanding Eagle Scout Award (NOESA)
This award is a prestigious recognition granted by the local council’s NESA committee to Eagle Scouts who have demonstrated outstanding achievement at the local, state, or regional level. Unlike the Distinguished Eagle Scout Award, which is a national award, the NOESA recognizes Eagle Scouts whose efforts have made a positive impact closer to home. All NOESA recipients must be Eagle Scouts in good standing with the Boy Scouts of America and must either be registered with or have their primary residence within the boundaries of the nominating council. No length of time is required to have passed since earning the rank. Each recipient’s actions and accomplishments should elevate the stature of Eagle Scouts in the public eye, and each recipient shall be held to the standards set forth in the Scout Oath, Scout Law, and national BSA standards for membership.
Nomination Form for recommending an outstanding Eagle.