with reviewing Eagle Scout Service Project Proposal planning. The policy 1. Revision: 08/14/ MP workbook to make sure that all is in order. Eagle. •Eagle Scout Service Project Workbook ( Eagle Scout Service Project Work Scouts looking to start an Eagle Scout Leadership Service Project that they. HIE. Eagle Scout candidate’s full legal name. Please give a name to your project. Eagle Scout Service Project Workbook No. May
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Additional note about submitting the workbook with the Eagle Scout Rank Application: Generally, but not always, this means a Scout will provide sufficient information on the proposal and the project report forms.
It is not necessary to attach all the instruction pages or any blank pages that, projrct whatever reason, were not used. Will his chances of wlrkbook be better with a final plan? There may be times when upon project completion, a Scout submits a workbook without all the sections completely filled out.
When planning your Eagle project, be sure to consider health and safety by reading Part 2.
The workbook is simply a tool. If the approved eqgle was completed to the satisfaction of the project beneficiary, then a certain amount of planning, development, and leadership must have occurred — even if it is not documented by a final plan. Will the final plan help him avoid project pitfalls?
Remember, it is the project that is required, not the supporting paperwork. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. To do otherwise is a misinterpretation of the Guide to Advancementand essentially adds an advancement requirement. See Guide to Advancementtopics 9.
Using the Eagle Scout Service Project Workbook and Safety Guidelines-Part 1
Your email address will not be published. While we expect Scouts to find the final plan useful, it is a tool for him to use as he sees fit. However, he may have notes he has already prepared or personal knowledge sufficient to be successful without needing to fully or even partially complete the final plan. While it makes a certain amount of sense to keep the entire workbook together, the Scout only needs to submit those parts of the workbook that he actually used.
By Boy Scouts of America Apr 13, Properly used, it helps a Scout plan, develop, and give leadership to his project; avoid pitfalls; and very nearly ensure a positive experience.
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Will he be more able to document his efforts with a final plan? The workbook only needs to be filled out to the pronect that it is useful for the Scout. As to the Final Plan form, it is strongly encouraged, but not required.
It serves no purpose to require a Scout to complete a final plan after he has executed his project merely to fulfill an improperly added requirement for documentation. Lack of a final plan, or one that is not completed to the satisfaction of anyone other than the project beneficiary, must not be woribook as a reason for unit leaders to refuse to sign a project report.
It is then the job of the board of review to determine if it was actually the Scout who did the planning.