There have been more than 2.3 million Eagle Scouts in history. Here's the number of Eagle Scouts per year, every year from from 1912 to 2014.
"Doesn't Take Much Light" is a powerful song written by Dean Madonia about his real-life Scoutmaster. It's proof that one leader can have a profound impact.
Last month, the Three Fires Council of St. Charles, Ill., hosted a first-of-its-kind "Women-Only Welding" event. It was a huge success.
Learn to take better smartphone photos and share them effectively at the BSA's Visual Storytelling Workshop, set for June 7 to 13 at Philmont.
On Presidents Day, let's remember Gerald R. Ford, our 38th president and, at least so far, our only Eagle Scout president.
Effective Sept. 1, 2015, the use of 15-passenger vans manufactured before 2005 will no longer be allowed in connection with Scouting programs or activities.
How many Eagle Scouts in 2014? Exactly 51,820. That's 51,820 reasons to feel pretty good about the future of our country.
Philmont individual programs are perfect for a young man or young woman who wants to experience Philmont as an individual or with a smaller group.
All active NESA members automatically receive Eagles’ Call magazine as a perk of membership. What you might not know is that non-Eagles can subscribe.
Scouts take an oath to do their duty to country, but how would you handle a Scout who refuses to say the Pledge of Allegiance?