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  • Eagle Scout Leadership Service Project

    amounts of leadership; however, despite developing a blister on the first day, I found solace with my crew as they taught me valuable skills that would help me survive the journey. From their exemplary leadership and teachings, I quickly learned not only how to help myself, but also how to assist and guide others as a leader. Slowly, I took on more responsibility positions both in and out of Scouting, imparting my own amazing experience in Philmont onto the younger scouts and leading my fellow students as co-founder of Sustainability Club. Following my contributions in the Pancake Breakfast, I took a year-long hiatus from Scouting to focus on my studies, taking multiple AP classes to help supplement my interests. After the impromptu break, when I rejoined and revisited the enjoyment I experienced from my Philmont trek, I affirmed myself as a Scout for life, as I saw the positive influence the program had on me and knew that Scouting could guide me to become a better citizen of the community. Largely responsible for introducing me to my leadership abilities and individual morals, Scouting has shaped my character through my experiences with…

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  • The Influence Of Community Service

    year anniversary of our house fire, but also a day of rejoice for my family, friends, and myself. This day was the crowning point of my scouting career. I remember standing in the lobby of the local scout office, with my parents and scoutmaster nervously waiting for my name to be called. Attempting to calm myself by talking and laughing with everyone, to not show my nerves, my name was finally called. This was it; there was no turning back now. As my scoutmaster walked me back, I remember…

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  • Boy Scout Research Paper

    started to hide that I was a Boy Scout because I was scared about my reputation with my classmates, and this is not an unusual state of mind. Many of my friends in my den dropped out of scouts because everyone looked upon us as unsocial kids who couldn’t do anything except for tying knots. Although we do know how to tie knots, there was so much more to the scouts that I simply could not explain to everyone, so I just kept quiet to myself. Those boys that dropped out of cub scouts before they…

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  • Achieving Lifetime Goals

    even had a grasp on the concept of money, it seemed to be the thing for me. A job where I would be able to help others and actually be a contributing member of society. The Boy Scouts of America have immensely prepared myself for becoming a physician. Though I have served many leadership roles inside of scouting, it is not the ability to lead in life that will help me to achieve my goals. It is the moral and ethical principles in which Scouting has instilled in me. Before every weekly meeting we…

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  • Service Academy

    My dedication to objectives I find important has allowed me to overcome obstacles that appear insurmountable but quickly become achievable through constant effort and believing in myself. When I first joined scouting at the age of thirteen to a small unestablished troop I had major doubts I would reach Eagle Scout. The majority of scouts start out at age eleven, so I was already behind, and my troop had never had anybody achieve the rank of Eagle. After working through the first ranks of scouts,…

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  • Roles In The Boy Scouts Leaders

    Positions of Responsibility requirements for Eagle in a boy scout troop. The Scribe keeps the troop records, he records all the activities of the patrol leader council and keeps a record of the dues, advancement and scout attendance at troop meetings. He is also appointed by the Senior Patrol Leader. The Historian preserves troop photographs, news stories, trophies, flags, scrapbooks, awards, and other memorabilia. He is appointed by the Senior Patrol Leader. Serving as Historian can also apply…

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  • Customer Support Initiative Case Study

    This year, GSP2P will launch a new customer support initiative, CEI, to better support our girl and adult members. CEI will streamline the process to register for Girl Scouting and, ultimately, for programs, trainings and events, and will provide resources for troop management. The three phases of our CEI implementation taking place over the next year are: 1) membership registration, 2) Volunteer Toolkit, and 3) program registration. 1. What is CEI? CEI, which stands for Customer Engagement…

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  • Essay On Why I Want To Be A Tutortor

    Scoutmaster with the Boy Scouts of America, what I believe to be the best leadership training program in the US. One serves in several leadership roles to earn this rank. To meet these requirements, I was an Instructor for two years and a Troop Guide for three. Instructors are in charge of groups of one to three Scouts for skills tutoring. The Troop Guide leads the instructors and teaches large group lessons to first years. We had over 25 new Scouts two of the years I was Troop Guide. I…

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  • Life Changing Experience: My Life Changing Experience

    My life changing experience Have you ever had a time where you are put in a group that changed your life? I am the assistant senior patrol leader in my boy scout troop in other words I am in charge of the troop(made up of 50 boys ages 17 down to age 11) when my senior patrol leader(who is like the ceo of boy scouts) is absent or asks me to do the duty of leader . The objective of the boy scouts is to teach leadership and responsibility in life. over the years I have went from being little…

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  • Personal Narrative: My First Career Search

    In my first career search for this course, I explained how my personal disability has had a major impact on my life. This disability has caused my career choices to be motivated by necessity rather than desire. In this career search, I would like to explore what my desired career choice would have been if I were not faced with the limitations that have been thrust upon me. As with my last career search paper, I have used the internet to find sites with reliable statistics and information…

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