Eagle Scout Rank Resources
Eagle Scout is the highest achievement or rank attainable in the Scouts BSA program of the Boy Scouts of America (BSA). Since its inception in 1911, only four percent of Scouts have earned this rank after a lengthy review process. The Eagle Scout rank has been earned by over 2.5 million youth.
Over the more than 100 years since the first Eagle, a formal application process has evolved that is important in maintaining the award’s well-recognized prestige. It is in the interest of the entire BSA, and in fact our nation, that all youth who join Scouts BSA should have an opportunity to earn their Eagle Scout rank should they diligently and promptly complete all requirements.
|Chumash - South District Eagle Scout Project Approval||William Boetticher|
|Chumash - North District Eagle Scout Board of Review Coordinator||Brendan Hendrick|
|Tierra Rejada District Advancement and Recognition Chair||George Kurata|
|Tierra Rejada Eagle Scout Project Approval||Jeff Lawrence|
|Tierra Rejada District Eagle Board of Review Coordinator||Lisa Megowan|
|Council Advancement & Recognition Chair||David Neuman|
|Tierra Rejada District Eagle Board of Review Coordinator/ Project Approval||Mary Margaret Prete|
|Tierra Rejada District Eagle Project Approval||Thelma Reeves|
|Chumash District Advancement & Recognition Chair||Steve Rhods|
|Chumash - North District Eagle Scout Project Approval||Tony Waters|
|Chumash - South District Eagle Board of Review Coordinator||Blake Welcher|
|Tierra Rejada District Eagle Scout Project Approval||Grant Wilkins|