The Eagle Scout project is one of the most important parts of the procress to become an Eagle Scout. The service project is the opportunity for a Scout to demonstrate leadership of others while performing a project for the benefit of any religious institution, any school, or his community. The project may not benefit the Boy Scouts of America (BSA) or its councils, districts, units, camps and so forth. It also cannot be of a commercial nature or be solely a fund-raising project.
Project proposals should be turned into the Council Service Center, and they will be forwarded on to the appropriate person.
The contact for the paperwork is:
If funds need to be raised for the project be sure to look at the fundraiser form and the requirements. This form should be submitted with the Eagle Project proposal.
The link on the National web site to the new Eagle Scout Service Project Workbook is: