Do you want to see some really cool videos of airplanes doing stunts? How about Scouts climbing snowy mountains? How about roller-coasters and robots? Click the “Watch Now” button to start your adventure! Who knows, maybe you will get some ideas for your Pack or Troop!
Why did the chicken cross the road? Ugh I’m not very good at this, BUT click on the “Laugh Now!” button and you can read some really funny jokes! Guess what? You can also submit your own jokes! Think you have the funniest jokes around? Let’s see them!
Scholarships for Eagle Scouts!
Dozens of universities, BSA local councils, and religious, civic, and military organizations offer college scholarships to Eagle Scouts. Some scholarships are needs-based; others are merit-based. Some go to every Eagle Scout applicant; others are highly competitive.
The National Eagle Scout Assocation directory lists those scholarships for which NESA had information. We will update the directory as new scholarships appear or as information changes. We welcome your suggestions or corrections; send them to Eagletter@netbsa.org .
The Congressional Award is the United States Congress’ award for young Americans. It is non-partisan, voluntary, and non-competitive. The program is open to all 14- to 23-year-olds. Participants earn Bronze, Silver and Gold Congressional Award Certificates and Bronze, Silver and Gold Congressional Award Medals. Each level involves setting goals in four program areas; Volunteer Public Service, Personal Development, Physical Fitness, and Expedition/Exploration. Earning the Award is a fun and interesting way to get more involved in something you already enjoy or something you’d like to try for the first time. You move at your own pace – on your own or with your friends. This is not an award for past accomplishments. Instead, you are honored for achieving your own challenging goals.
Regardless of your situation, you can earn the Congressional Award. The Congressional Award has no minimum grade point average requirements. It accommodates young people with special needs or disabilities who are willing to take the challenge.