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Eagle Scout Seminar John A. Bryant ESS – 4 5-12-2007. The Trail to Eagle. 5 Sessions What an Eagle Scout Represents The Eagle Scout Leadership Service Project Hands-on (Planning an Eagle Project) The Parent’s Role Eagle Scout Award –

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    1. Eagle Scout Seminar John A. Bryant ESS – 4 5-12-2007 Three Rivers District

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    4. The Trail to Eagle 5 Sessions • What an Eagle Scout Represents • The Eagle Scout Leadership Service Project • Hands-on (Planning an Eagle Project) • The Parent’s Role • Eagle Scout Award – Completing the Trail Three Rivers District

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    6. Purpose of Eagle Scout Award • A recipient of the Eagle Scout Award is a Scout who has applied the principles (AIMS and Methods) of Scouting with determination and persistence throughout the advancement program. Three Rivers District

    7. AIMS OF SCOUTING Merriam-Webster : Moral Principles of right and wrong in behavior Ever been asked what the moral of the story is? • Citizenship Training • Character Development • Mental and Physical Fitness Character, Has several meanings, here we Are referring to your traits – Behaviors that you show. Three Rivers District

    8. METHODS OF SCOUTING • IDEALS • Oath - Law - Motto – Slogan • PATROLS • Peer groups - elected representation - activities • OUTDOORS • The outdoor program (Camping) • ADVANCEMENT • Self-reliance - ability to help others - challenge • ADULT ASSOCIATION • Image - role model – setting an example • PERSONAL GROWTH • Good Turn - service projects - religious emblems • LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT • Leadership skills and practice - citizenship • UNIFORM • Commitment to aims - identity Three Rivers District

    9. Measure of Success • A Scout’s - Concern for others • A Scout’s - Ability to help others through skills he have learned • A Scout’s - Ability to live and work cooperatively with others by meeting his responsibility to his patrol and troop • A Scout’s - Concern for self by improving his physical fitness to the limits of his physical resources • A Scout’s - Capacity for leadership Three Rivers District

    10. An Eagle Scout is one who has taken the Scout Oath and Law, to which he has promised, and embodied them within his character. The Oath and Law have become part of him. They guide and direct him SCOUT SPIRIT Three Rivers District

    11. The Scout Oath • In the three parts of the Scout Oath, you promise upon your honor to do Your best; to do Your duty to God and Your country, and to help other people at all times, and to keep yourself physically strong, mentally awake, and morally straight. Three Rivers District

    12. The Scout Oath • On my honor . . . • By giving your word, you are promising to be guided by the ideals of the Scout Oath. • . . . I will do my best . . . • Try hard to live up to the points of the Scout Oath. Measure your achievements against your own high standards and don't be influenced by peer pressure or what other people do. Three Rivers District

    13. The Scout Oath • . . . To do my duty to God . . . • Your family and religious leaders teach you about God and the ways you can serve. You do your duty to God by following the wisdom of those teachings every day and by respecting and defending the rights of others to practice their own beliefs. Three Rivers District

    14. The Scout Oath • . . and my country . . . . • Help keep the United States a strong and fair nation by learning about our system of government and your responsibilities as a citizen and future voter. • America is made up of countless families and communities. When you work to improve your community and your home, you are serving your country. Natural resources are another important part of America's heritage worthy of your efforts to understand, protect, and use wisely. What you do can make a real difference. Three Rivers District

    15. The Scout Oath • . . . and to obey the Scout Law; . . . • The twelve points of the Scout Law are guidelines that can lead you toward wise choices. When you obey the Scout Law, other people will respect you for the way you live, and you will respect yourself. Three Rivers District

    16. The Scout Oath • . . To help other people at all times; . . . • There are many people who need you. Your cheerful smile and helping hand will ease the burden of many who need assistance. By helping out whenever possible, you are doing your part to make this a better world. Three Rivers District

    17. The Scout Oath • . . . To keep myself physically strong, . . . • Take care of your body so that it will serve you well for an entire lifetime. That means eating nutritious foods, getting enough sleep, and exercising regularly to build strength and endurance. it also means avoiding harmful drugs, alcohol, tobacco, and anything else that can harm your health. Three Rivers District

    18. The Scout Oath • . . . mentally awake, . . . • Develop your mind both in the classroom and outside of school. Be curious about everything around you, and work hard to make the most of your abilities. With an inquiring attitude and the willingness to ask questions, you can learn much about the exciting world around you and your role in it Three Rivers District

    19. The Scout Oath • . . . and morally straight. • To be a person of strong character, your relationships with others should be honest and open. You should respect and defend the rights of all people. Be clean in your speech and actions, and remain faithful in your religious beliefs. The values you practice as a Scout will help you shape a life of virtue and self-reliance. Three Rivers District

    20. The Scout Law • Likewise, an Eagle Scout obeys and lives by the Scout Law in every action he does. He is trustworthy, loyal, helpful, friendly, courteous, kind, obedient, cheerful, thrifty, brave, clean and reverent. Each is an important foundation stone in the building of strong character. Three Rivers District

    21. The Eagle • The Eagle is the highest and most coveted award in all of Scouting, and it is the last major step in the advancement program. It is, at this point, that Scouting has achieved its purpose (AIM) in these Eagles: Three Rivers District

    22. The Eagle • Awarding the Eagle is an important and serious matter. It takes a several years of dedicated service to reach this point. It is the culmination of the efforts of the Scout, his parents and his leaders. It is an occasion for pride and joy. Three Rivers District

    23. Scoutmaster • The Trail to Eagle starts and remains under the Scoutmaster’s guidance, by his ability to communicate and measure this young man’s ability to “Show Scout Spirit” by his ability to provide leadership training (JLT), and by the example the SM and ASM set (Methods). Three Rivers District

    24. Break (15 mins) • Part II (Completing the Trail to Eagle) Three Rivers District

    25. Remember! • Scouts: You can advance at whatever rate you want, but remember that all Eagle requirements except the Board of Review must be finished before your 18th birthday. Three Rivers District

    26. Let’s Start…. On our Eagle Project Three Rivers District

    27. What is a Workbook? • Where can I find a Workbook? • From your Scout Leader • From the Web (look for Eagle Workbook) • Three Rivers District

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    33. Proposal Final Plan Fund Raising Project Report Three Rivers District

    34. All Information must be provided Three Rivers District

    35. Insert Scout’s Name Three Rivers District

    36. Complete ALL information Rough Estimate Three Rivers District

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    38. Signatures Required Three Rivers District

    39. FINAL Plan Name and Dates Three Rivers District

    40. Changes? Present Situation Phases Processes Three Rivers District

    41. Permits Materials Three Rivers District

    42. Supplies Tools Three Rivers District

    43. Expenses Leadership Three Rivers District

    44. Safety Hazards Contingency Three Rivers District

    45. Fund Raising Signatures Three Rivers District

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    47. Project Report Three Rivers District

    48. Summary and Critique Three Rivers District

    49. More Critique Photos Three Rivers District

    50. Scout Beneficiary Unit Leader Three Rivers District