Share your Eagle accomplishments with NESA’s Faces & Places

“Once an Eagle, always an Eagle.” That’s the motto every Eagle Scout lives by — not only as a youth, but also beyond. Eagle Scouts go on to do some amazing things, and the National Eagle Scout Association would love to highlight them.

NESA recently launched a new online feature called Faces & Places. The page is designed to showcase the contributions NESA members make across the country and the accomplishments they reach on every level.

It’s a great way to highlight the difference Scouting makes. You can send in family or unit accomplishments, like multiple generations of Eagle Scouts or joint courts of honor, or professional achievements, such as job promotions, military service and awards received. You can send in a story about how you’ve recently retired after decades of service to your community or just share a photo of how your son or daughter earned the Eagle Scout rank — every story from one’s Eagle trail is worth celebrating and recognizing.

Check out what’s been shared already on the Faces & Places page and click here to share your story.


The National Eagle Scout Association, which is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year, offers many member benefits from networking to college scholarships. If you aren’t a member already, click here to join.

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Michael Freeman, an Eagle Scout, is an associate editor of Scout Life and Scouting magazines.