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The following are partial extracts from the Guide to Advancement. See 9. The most current workbook must be used. The workbook shows the project proposal was approved ahead of time, and then properly accepted by all parties when finished. Ideally, it will be a proud reminder of a significant accomplishment.
Using the workbook, No. If properly used, it very nearly assures success. It shows approvals have been secured, lists important limitations, suggests questions for those approving the project, and includes outlines for the proposal and the more detailed final plan that should come next. The proposal is an overview, but also the beginnings of planning. It shows the unit leader and any representatives of a unit committee, council, or district, that the following tests can be met.
The detail required for a proposal depends on project complexity. It must be enough to provide a level of confidence for a council or district reviewer that the above tests can be met, but not so much that—based on the possibility a proposal can be rejected—it does not respect the time it takes to prepare.
Completing it will represent a reasonable time investment and an introductory learning experience, and also provide the information needed for approval. The candidate shall not be required to submit more than is described there, or more than is necessary to establish that a project can meet the above tests. Space is provided in the workbook for the candidate to record comments made during discussions with the district or council volunteer going over the proposal.
The Scout should be encouraged to write these down and take them seriously. When the reviewer is satisfied the above tests can be met, then approval is granted. Toggle navigation. Get packet, forms and write proposal. Pick-up a service project information sheet or packet. Download the computer-fillable workbook for Eagle or Quartermaster. Fill out Workbook with information to have project proposal approved.
Obtain the signatures of the appropriate unit leader, the unit committee chair, and benefactor of the project before submitting the proposal for approval by the district Advancement Committee district advancement representative. Call and set up an appointment with the Advancement Chair or Representative to have the project proposal write-up signed-off. Or you can bring project proposal write-up to this meeting on any third Thursday.
You will also need to decide if you are going to use the district Advancement Chair as your Project Coach. When can I start work? Scouts who have already downloaded the previous workbook may continue to use it. Please let us know how we may further improve your experience. Send comments to advancement.
The project provides sufficient opportunity to meet the requirement. The project appears to be feasible. Safety issues will be addressed. Action steps for further detailed planning are included.
The young man is on the right track with a reasonable chance for a positive experience. Herms District Advancement and Recognition. Eagle Scout and Quartermaster Application Process. Search Search for:.
Eagle Scout and Quartermaster Service Projects Approval
6 improvements in the revised Eagle Scout Service Project Workbook