Eagle Scout

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  • Eagle Scout Journey

    As an Eagle Scout, I spent 10 years of my childhood life trying to get to the rank that I am. I joined the Boy Scout of America program in 2nd grade as a Wolf Scout. Throughout my year, I worked hard to become an Eagle Scout. Earning the Eagle Scout Rank is an impressive award that stays with you throughout your entire life. You learn a lot of things within the program; from the Scout Law to the Scout Oath, which teaches you how to be trustworthy, loyal, helpful, friendly, kind, obedient, brave and reverent, how to tie certain knots, how to properly do basic first aid, how to swim and save someone from drowning, you learn a ton of skills that stick with you throughout your life. What started off as learning to pitch a tent, eventually turned…

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  • Eagle Scout Leadership Service Project

    350 word limits Essay Question - Other than your Eagle Scout leadership service project, what service have you provided to your community during your high school years? During my high school years, I have primarily provided service through my participation in the Christiana Care VolunTeen program and through the various clubs that I lead. The Christiana Care VolunTeen program allows young adults to help serve at the hospital in various areas, often exposing teenagers to how a hospital…

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  • Narrative: Is Everyone The Same?

    Is Everyone the Same? Narrative When I was 13 years old I went to a Boy Scout event with thousands of Scouts, that was 15 days long called National Jamboree, which was held out in West Virginia. It wasn’t going to be like any other normal scout trip I’ve been on where it’s just my friends and I that go on a weekend campout. This was going to be a fun and a very adventurous trip with people from all over the world in which I had no clue what I was going to expect. I’ve never been around other…

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  • My Observation To Become An Eagle Scout

    As I received the final approval for my project required to become an Eagle Scout, I knew I was undertaking a task that would be much greater than anything I’ve completed in the past. This would be the pinnacle of my scouting career. One can find Gleason Cemetery burrowed in a little alcove on the side of a brush lined road near Molalla, Oregon. Seldom visited, the families of those buried are either deceased or don’t care enough to pay any respects to their late ancestors. My father gave me the…

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  • Reflective Essay: Gaining The Honor Of Eagle Scout

    My biggest step is earning the honor of Eagle Scout in Boy Scouts, which is the highest rank in the scouting program. My services to the community include helping with many of my peers eagle scout projects some including, Creating a satellite library at a local park, building bleachers at a church, beautifying the community with trees and flowers, as well as creating a community garden. In addition to those service projects, I have played with my band at the veterans day concerts to honor…

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  • Fu Application Essay On Becoming An Eagle Scout

    FSU Application Essay Tell a story from your life, describing an experience that either demonstrates your character or helped to shape it. Intro- Describe in the moment narrative from first person POV of when it was Body 1- Body 2- Conclusion- Summarize and reflect the way not becoming an eagle scout has made you more conscious of your priorities and prepared to face obstacles when regarding things you are passionate about in the future. Overall many experiences in my life have…

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  • Personal Narrative: My Eagle Scout Project

    experiences was my Eagle Scout project. One of the requirements for obtaining the rank of Eagle is that the Scout must complete a service project that benefits the community; my project was to fundraise, organize, and oversee construction of a new pavilion at the Fowler Center for Outdoor Learning, a special needs camp, near Mayville, MI. The Fowler Center is a non-profit organization and a year round camp for kids with special needs. One of their programs, Outpost, is a 2-week camping…

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  • Personal Narrative: My Eagle Scout Service Project

    time for me to begin thinking of an Eagle Scout Service Project, I wanted to do something that would ultimately impact my immediate community and last a long time. I did not want a project that would only last for a short amount of time, I wanted something that would last and leave an impact on others. With this thought process in mind, I also wanted to give back to a community that helped me become the person I am today. I decided I wanted to give back to the two elementary schools I…

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  • To Kill A Mockingbird Essays: The Rank Of Lone Eagle Scout

    LONE EAGLE The rank of Lone Eagle is similar to the Boy Scout rank of Eagle Scout, but with a specific focus on character and leadership. I was considered for the award after completing the qualifications for mastery of Survival, Archery, Swimming, Tripping (Orienteering), Canoeing, and Campcraft. After extensive interviews regarding my leadership at camp and the way I served my campers and fellow staff, I was inducted into the Lone Eagle Fellowship, which is committed to praying for and serving…

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  • Analysis Of The Grasslands Of Banni

    everywhere, serve good fodder for animals. Maldharie’s cattle feed on them, making milk and generate money for their owners. This is the time of festival for Mother Nature here. Numbers of migratory birds’ species come from different part of the globe. They stay here throughout the winter. Migratory bird starts arriving from month of Septembers and population of migratory birds is on peak by the January. Sky becomes arena of avian predators looking for prey. Large folks of common crane can…

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