This is the first in a series where I share Eagle Scout project before-and-after photos. Look for a new batch every Monday morning.
A few dozen Scouts from Erie, Pa., gathered to give a World War II-era Boeing B-17 "Flying Fortresses" a good scrubbing.
I’m interested in before-and-after Eagle project photos — the same photos each Eagle Scout includes with his final project documentation.
Independent Sector, a nonprofit network dedicated to supporting other nonprofits, recently updated its national value of volunteer time estimate.
The BSA tool-use guidelines document how old Scouts should be to use certain hand tools and power tools at service projects (including Eagle projects).
If you ever need a reminder that there are still good people in this world, look to Scouting and Elian's Good Turn. This awesome example happened last week.
Scouts and Venturers in Baltimore are making 3-D-printed hands to send to refugees and others in need around the world.
For the National Geographic Mission: Animal Rescue Contest, Scouts demonstrated how they help save the lives of animals and educate others about nature.
By taking advantage of some teachable moments during the holidays, you can reinforce a spirit of giving in your Scouts and Venturers.
Gavin Burseth, a 16-year-old from Illinois, is using goats to help clear poison ivy from campgrounds. It's the final project in his quest for the Hornaday Award.