Guide to Advancement: The Eagle Scout Rank — The following steps for preparing and submitting the Eagle Scout Rank Application and accompanying materials to the local council will help the Scout, his parent or guardian, or any adult leaders or advancement administrators from the unit, district, or council to prevent delays in securing National Council approval and certification.
NNJC Eagle Scout Information — Information about the Eagle Scout process, including the Top 10 Reasons Why Eagle Applications are Rejected.
Eagle Scout Service Project Workbook — A written plan must be submitted using the Eagle Scout Service Project Workbook and be pre-approved by the benefiting organization, the unit leader, the unit committee, and a district representative, before work on the project can begin. After the project is complete, the Scout will update the workbook where he will discuss the methods in which he gave leadership, ways in which the plan may have had to change and the benefits of the project to the community.
Eagle Scout Rank Application — Once all the requirements for the Eagle Scout rank are complete, the Eagle Scout Rank Application must be completed and submitted to the council service center.
NESA – The National Eagle Scout Association website contains lots of information on Eagles and scouting in general.