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Leadership Awards



You can earn awards too!

Adult leaders that volunteer and serve the youth of scouting earn awards as they participate alongside their children. This page is dedicated to those awards and to serve as a resource for Pack Leadership.

The Celtic Cross Award



THE PURPOSE OF THE AWARD
Leaders of children in Christian Education programs have given countless hours to prepare and teach values.Therefore it is appropriate to recognize their service to God and the Church and to affirm how much they mean to us and to our children. 

The Church Session will recognize adult leaders who have given exceptional service to children and youth and will grant them The Celtic Cross Award. Self and spouse nominations will not be accepted.

These adults can come from the church’s own programs, i.e. Sunday School and Youth Fellowship. They may also come from the Boy Scouts of America, Girl Scouts of the U.S.A., Camp Fire USA, and other youth serving agencies. 

*This is a Presbyterian Award as our charter organization is St. John's Presbyterian Church. However one does not have to be of the Presbyterian faith to my bestowed this honor.

See attached document to nominate and apply for this award.
Attachments
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Celtic Cross Award.pdf  

100% Boys' Life Unit Award



Overview

To encourage units to be 100 percent Boys’ Life units.

Who Can Earn This Award?

Any unit with 100 percent Boys’ Life subscriptions at charter renewal time (at least one subscription per Scouting family). Presented to qualifying units automatically with the charter renewal kit.

How To Get the Award

Have unit members subscribe to Boys’ Life, check “yes” on the charter renewal sheet, and be certified by the registrar.

Supply Item Description & Uniform Placement

2 1/2" by 24” custom ribbon for the unit flag

Supply/BIN Item Number

None; presented by Boys’ Life magazine.

Alumni Award



Overview

A recognition program to encourage participation and work in council alumni relations programs, including NESA activities; areas of work include alumni identification/promotion, alumni engagement, personal participation, and education.

Who Can Earn This Award?

Presented to Scouting alumni who promote continued engagement with the Boy Scouts of America.

How to Get the Award

Registered adult Scouters may submit a completed application for approval by the local council alumni committee. Approved applications are forwarded to the National Alumni Relations Committee. Those approved will be sent a certificate that can be used to purchase a square knot and/or lapel pin from the Scout shop.

Individuals who have received the Alumnus of the Year award are also considered recipients of the Alumni Award.

Supply Item Description and Uniform Placement

Knot, worn on any field uniform above the left pocket; lapel pin for civilian wear.

Supply/BIN Item No.

Knot, No. 611866; lapel pin, No. 612901

Additional Medal, No. 621294, lapel pin/knot device, No. 621089, certificate, No. 621404 – Council Alumnus of the Year

Additional Medal, No. 780742, lapel pin/knot device, No. 780744 – National Alumnus of the Year

See attached application to nominate a leader.

Attachments
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Alumni Award Application.pdf  

BSA Lifeguard



Overview

To recognize Boy Scouts and Venturers age 15 and older, and adult volunteers who have successfully completed the BSA Lifeguard course and demonstrated the ability to perform each of the skills taught in the course.

Who Can Earn This Award?

Earned by any youth age 15 and older, and by any adult.

How To Get the Award

Offered by local councils as a course.

Supply Item Description & Uniform Placement

Certificate, pocket card, and square patch with yellow border and white ring that says " BSA Lifeguard" surrounding fleur-de-lis; purchased at Scout shop; not worn on uniform, but on front right side of swimsuit.

Supply/BIN Item Number

Patch, No. 132; pocket card, No. 34260

See attached application to request award

Attachments
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BSA Lifeguard.pdf  

Community Organization Award



Overview

This award acknowledges that a adult volunteer has been recognized by another organization for service to Scouting; 14 non-Scouting organizations have recognition programs approved for this award.

Who Can Earn This Award?

Presented to adult volunteers by the BSA upon documentation submitted by an approved organization for Scout service for this award.

How To Get the Award

Send proof of recognition by one of the 14 approved organizations for Scouting service award, along with a check for $1.50 to the National Court of Honor.

Supply Item Description & Uniform Placement

Knot for BSA uniform; worn above left pocket.

Supply/BIN Item Number

Purchased from National Court of Honor.

Conservation Good Turn Award



Overview

To encourage packs, troops, teams, and crews to join with conservation or environmental organization (federal, state, local, or private) to carry out a Conservation Good Turn in their home communities.

Who Can Earn This Award?

Earned by youth and adult members.

How To Get the Award

Turn in to council office.

Supply Item Description & Uniform Placement

Certificate for units available from council office; patches for individuals purchased from Scout shop.

Supply/BIN Item Number

Emblem, No. 149.

Den Leader Training Awards



Overview

To recognize den leaders who have completed training, tenure, and performance requirements. Available for Tiger Cub den leaders, Cub Scout den leaders, and Webelos den leaders.

Who Can Earn This Award?

Den leaders.

How to Get the Award

Some councils present awards at no cost; others sell awards.

Supply Item Description and Uniform Placement

Medal; Knot: Den Leader Award, gold knot on blue, No. 5016. Tiger Cub Device; Cub Scout device, No. 604950; Webelos Scout device, No. 932. Worn above left shirt pocket.

Supply/BIN Item No.

See above.

District Award of Merit



Overview

Available to registered Scouters who render service of an outstanding nature at the district level.

Who Can Earn This Award?

Presented to registered adult volunteers by districts in the same manner that the Silver Beaver is, as a national award presented by councils; it is not appropriate to nominate a Scouter who has already received this award.

How To Get the Award

Presented by the council at appropriate gatherings such as district annual dinners.

Supply Item Description & Uniform Placement

Certificate, plaque, lapel pin, and embroidered overhand knot; knot is worn on uniform above the left pocket.

Supply/BIN Item Number

Certificate, No. 33719; plaque, No. 17565; lapel pin, No. 17551; knot, No. 5013

See attachment for nomination form

Attachments
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District Award of Merit.pdf  

Lifesaving and Meritorious Action Award



Overview

To recognize registered youth and adults who have performed an attempt to save a life or to recognize notable acts of service that need not involve attempts of rescue or risk to self, but put into practice Scouting skills and/or ideals.

Who Can Earn This Award?

Presented to National Court of Honor–approved youth and adults; not qualifying are individuals who do lifesaving as part of their job, such as an EMT, lifeguard, or doctor.

How to Get the Award

Nomination is made to the local council, which nominates someone to the National Court of Honor; the National Court of Honor makes final determination of level awarded and sends award and certificate back to the local council for appropriate presentation.

Supply Item Description and Uniform Placement

Certifcate; knot, worn on uniform above left pocket; appropriate level medal; medal may be worn on formal occasions and with civilian wear.

See attachment for award application

Attachments
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BSA Life Saving Award.pdf  

Messengers of Peace




Overview

To recognize individuals who participate in a Messengers of Peace project (service project). A global service project program carried out by Scouts throughout the world.

Who Can Earn This Award?

Youth and adults

How To Get the Award

A unit representative can purchase these ring patches at a local Scout shop, council service center, or Scoutstuff.org .

Supply Item Description & Uniform Placement

Messengers of Peace ring emblem worn around the World Crest.

Supply/BIN Item Number

Emblems #615442

Interpreter strip



Overview

To signify that a youth or adult member speaks a foreign language (one other than English)

Who Can Earn This Award?

Any member who speaks a specific foreign language; demonstrate knowledge by carrying on a five-minute conversation in this language, translating a two-minute speech or address, and writing a letter in the language (does not apply for sign language); or, translating 200 words from the written word.

How To Get the Award

Purchase from Scout shop.

Supply Item Description & Uniform Placement

On the uniform above the right pocket.

Supply/BIN Item Number

French, No. 391; German, No. 392; Spanish, No. 395; signing, No.390; Dutch, No. 393; Italian, No. 400; Portuguese, No. 401; Russian, No. 402; Cantonese (Chinese), No. 404; Greek, No. 405; Japanese, No. 406; Simplified Mandarin (Chinese), No. 407; Traditional Mandarin (Chinese), No. 408; Vietnamese, No. 409; American Sign Language, No. 18025; Hebrew, No. 18039; Morse Code, No. 615120

International Spirit Award



See attachment for requirements of, and application for this award.
Attachments
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International Spirit Award.pdf  

Historic Trails Award



Overview

To bring appreciation to the ideals, principles, and traditions that have made our country strong; requirements emphasize cooperation between historic societies and Cub Scout, Boy Scout, Varsity Scout, Venturing, and Sea Scout units, which should establish a close relationship with a local society as soon as possible when planning a historic activity—most communities have such societies.

Who Can Earn This Award?

Presented to youth and adult members who meet the criteria.

How To Get the Award

Return completed application to council office.

Supply Item Description & Uniform Placement

Cloth patch and leather patch for equipment decoration; not for uniform wear.

Supply/BIN Item Number

Cloth patch, No. 188; leather patch, No. 244.

See attachment for award application

Attachments
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Historic Trails Award.pdf  

Service Stars



Overview

To recognize members for their tenure in Scouting.

Who Can Earn This Award?

Any youth or adult member who have at least one year of tenure in Scouting.

How To Get the Award

Purchase at Scout shop.

Supply Item Description & Uniform Placement

Stars for one year to 90 years—black for stars; gold for Cub Scout service; green for Boy Scout service; brown for Varsity service; red for Venturing service; blue for Scouter service

Supply/BIN Item Number

Gold backs for Stars, No. 63; green backs for Stars, No. 66; brown backs for Stars, No. 67; red backs for Stars, No. 65; blue backs for Stars, No. 64; 1-year service star, No. 71; 2-year service star, No. 72; 3-year service star, No. 73; 4-year service star, No. 74; 5-year service star, No. 75; 6-year service star, No. 76; 7-year service star, No. 77; 8-year service star, No. 78; 9-year service star, No, 79; 10-year service star, No. 80; 20-year service star, No. 68; 30-year service star, No. 69; 40-year service star, No. 70; 50-year service star, No. 81; 60-year service star, No. 82; 70-year service star, No. 83; 75-year service star, No. 1182; 80-year service star, No. 1183; 85-year service star, No. 1184; 90-year service star, No. 1185

National Summertime Pack Award



Overview

To encourage a pack to be active when school is out for the summer, by doing one activity per month in June, July, and August.

Who Can Earn This Award?

Earned by youth and adult pack members who take part in all three events.

How To Get the Award

Return completed form to council office; some councils provide recognition at no cost, while others charge a nominal fee for items.

Supply Item Description & Uniform Placement

Pin, worn on the right pocket flap of uniform; certificate, No. 33731; streamer for pack flag, No. 17808; den participation ribbon for dens with 50 percent or more of their youth members at three summertime activities, No. 17806.

Supply/BIN Item Number

Certificate, No. 33731; streamer for pack flag, No. 17808; den participation ribbon, No. 17806; individual pins: Tiger, No. 14333; Wolf, No. 14333; Bear, No. 14334; Webelos, No. 14335

See attachment for application

Attachments
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National Summertime Pack Award.pdf  

Scouter's Training Award



Overview

To encourage training, tenure in a position, participation, and performance of adult leaders.

Who Can Earn This Award?

Earned by roundtable commissioner staff, Cub Scout leaders, Webelos Scout leaders, Boy Scout leaders, Varsity Scout leaders, Venturing leaders, Sea Scout leaders, commissioners, and district committee members.

How To Get the Award

Some councils present awards at no cost; others sell awards.

Supply Item Description & Uniform Placement

Fleur de lis superimposed over an "A" suspended from a green ribbon with narrow white stripe in center vertically; green knot on tan background worn above left pocket; add device for specific program(s) when award was presented.

Supply/BIN Item Number

Medal, No. 922; knot, No. 5008; Cub Scout device, No. 604950; Webelos Scout device, No. 932; Boy Scout device, No. 927; Varsity Scout device, No. 928; Venturing device, No. 940; Sea Scout device, No. 931; commissioner device, No. 871; district committee member device, No. 872

National Den Award



Overview

To encourage dens to or that have a quality, year-round program; to qualify, dens do service and conservation projects, Cub Scout Academics and Sports activities, field trips, character building, and camping; dens earn the award as a team, not as individual den members.

Who Can Earn This Award?

Dens.

How to Get the Award

Den submits form to Cubmaster or committee chair, who submits form to Scout shop to purchase ribbon.

Supply Item Description and Uniform Placement

Ribbon on the den flag or den doodle.

Supply/BIN Item No.

Ribbon, No. 17631.

See attachment for requirements

Attachments
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National Den Award Checklist.pdf  

Outdoor Ethics Awareness/Action Award



Outdoor Ethics Awareness Award

Cub Scouts and their leaders interested in learning more about outdoor ethics and Leave No Trace should begin by exploring the Outdoor Ethics Awareness Award. The requirements are as follows:

  1. Describe what the Outdoor Code means to you.
  2. Complete the Leave No Trace online course  and print the certificate.
  3. Complete the Tread Lightly! TL! Kids Outdoor Quiz  and print the certificate. Click on the "Outdoor Quiz" arrow.
  4. Participate in an outdoor ethics activity facilitated by a person who has completed the BSA outdoor ethics orientation course or is a BSA outdoor ethics trainer or master.

Cub Scouts earn this award by working with their families to complete these activities.


Outdoor Ethics Action Award

The Outdoor Ethics Action Award challenges Scouts and Scouters to take affirmative steps to improve their outdoor skills. The requirements for the Outdoor Ethics Action Award are as follows:

Cub Scout Action Award Requirements

  1. Do the following:
    1. Earn the Outdoor Ethics Awareness Award.
    2. Describe to your den leader or parent/guardian what the Leave No Trace front country guidelines mean to you.
  2. Boys in a Tiger Cub den complete the activities for Achievement 5, "Let's Go Outdoors"; boys in a Wolf den complete Requirement 7, "Your Living World"; boys in a Bear den complete Requirement 12, "Family Outdoor Adventures"; boys in a Webelos den earn the Outdoorsman activity badge.
  3. Complete one of the following:
    1. With your family, put on a short activity (such as a skit or demonstration) at an outdoor activity or den meeting on a principle of Leave No Trace or Tread Lightly!
    2. With your den, put on a short activity (such as a skit or demonstration) at an outdoor activity or pack meeting on a principle of Leave No Trace or Tread Lightly!
  4. Follow the Leave No Trace principles  or frontcountry guidelines on three outings. Explain to your unit leader or an individual who has completed the BSA outdoor ethics orientation course one thing you did on each outdoor activity to Leave No Trace.
  5. On a pack or den outing, participate in a service project that reduces impact from our use of the outdoors. Examples might be collecting litter, cleaning fire rings or grills, or other activities approved by the landowner or land manager.
  6. With your family or den, make a poster about the skill you learned in Requirement 3 or the project you did in Requirement 4 and display it at your pack meeting.

Adult Leader Action Award Requirements

  1. Do each of the following:
    1. Earn the Outdoor Ethics Awareness Award.
    2. Complete the BSA outdoor ethics orientation course.
    3. Show the National Park Service Leave No Trace video  to your den or pack. The video is on the right side of the page.
  2. Read about the principles of Leave No Trace  and Tread Lightly ! Facilitate your Cub Scouts' learning about a principle.
  3. Facilitate or participate with a family or den when they put on their activity (such as a skit or demonstration) at a den or pack meeting or outing about a principle of Leave No Trace or Tread Lightly!
  4. Help plan and participate in three activities that your pack or den can complete while following Leave No Trace principles or the frontcountry guidelines.
  5. Contact a local landowner or land manager to arrange the pack or den service project that reduces impact from our use of the outdoors. The project must be approved by the landowner or land manager in advance. Examples might be collecting litter, cleaning fire rings or grills, or other steps suggested by the landowner or land manager.
  6. Make or assist in a presentation at a roundtable or similar gathering about what your pack or den did for requirement 4.
  7. Help your Cub Scout or another Cub Scout earn the youth Outdoor Ethics Action Award.
Attachments
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Action Awards.pdf  

International Scouter's Award



Overview

To recognize adult volunteers who promote international Scouting on all levels who in turn help broaden the perspectives of Scouting.

Who Can Earn This Award?

Earned by adult volunteers.

How To Get the Award

Return the completed application to the council office.

Supply Item Description and Uniform Placement

Purple and white knot with purple border and tan background, worn above left pocket; certificate.

Supply Item Numbers

Certificate, No. 619016; knot, No. 618969

See attached application to acquire the award.

Attachments
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Internatonal Scouter's Award.pdf  

Torch of Gold



Overview

To recognize individuals who have provided outstanding service in the area of Scouts with special needs

Who Can Earn This Award?

Presented to youth and adult members

How To Get the Award

Purchased in Scout shops

Supply Item Description & Uniform Placement

Certificate

Supply/BIN Item Number

Certificate, No. 33733

See the attachment for application

Attachments
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Torch of Gold .pdf  

Silver Beaver Award



Overview

To recognize registered Scouters of exceptional character who have provided distinguished service within a council.

Who Can Earn This Award?

Presented by the National Court of Honor on behalf of councils.

How To Get the Award

Anyone may nominate any deserving registered Scouter to the council, which selects recipients for the following year. Each council may process their own annual allotment of Silver Beaver awards and shall send a list of Silver Beaver awards and shall send a list of Silver Beaver recipients presented each calendar year to the National Court of Honor no later than January 31 of the following year.

Supply Item Description & Uniform Placement

Silver Beaver presentation kits, certificates, pocket cards, Silver Beaver medal suspended from ribbon worn around neck on formal occasions, knot for uniform worn above left pocket, and lapel pin for civilian wear.

Supply/BIN Item Number

Kit, No. 331; certificate, No. 614659; pocket card, No. 614658, available from Supply. (These items are restricted and available to councils only).

See attachment for award application

Attachments
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Silver Beaver Award.pdf  

Silver Buffalo Award



Overview

To recognize registerd Scouters and others of exceptional character who have provided distinguished service at the national level.

Who Can Earn This Award?

Presented by the National Court of Honor.

How To Get the Award

Send nominations to local council or directly to the National Court of Honor using electronic nomination form.

Supply Item Description & Uniform Placement

Recipients recreive a framed certificate, Silver Buffalo medal suspended from a ribbon worn around the neck on formal occasions, and a knot worn on the uniform above left pocket.

Supply/BIN Item Number

Presented by the National Court of Honor.

See attachment for application

Attachments
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Silver Buffalo Award.pdf  

Unit Leader Award of Merit



Overview

To encourage units to be strong and viable by attaining certain benchmarks characteristic of strong units; seven requirements must be met with nomination by the top youth leader if for a troop, team, or crew; nomination is certified by the unit commissioner

Who Can Earn This Award?

Cubmasters, Scoutmasters, Varsity Team Coaches, and Venturing Crew Advisors

How To Get the Award

Return the completed nomination to the council office

Supply Item Description & Uniform Placement

Certificate, knot with device for the appropriate program, and a special position patch with a bold border and gold star

Supply/BIN Item Number

Certificate, No. 512004; knot, No. 610091; gold bordered Cubmaster emblem, No. 610094; gold bordered Scoutmaster emblem, No. 610093; gold bordered Varsity coach emblem, No. 610092; gold bordered Venturing Advisor emblem, No. 610095

See attachment for Application

Attachments
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Unit Leader Award of Merit.pdf  

Emergency Preparedness Award



Overview

Encourages youth to be prepared, productive, self-reliant adults active in their communuties; involves earning emergency preparedness–related advancement, personal development, preparing an emergency kit, and presentations. New for 2014: Units, districts, and councils can earn bronze, silver, and gold level awards.

Who Can Earn This Award?

Earned by registered youth and adults.

How to Get the Award

Upon council approval of the application, individuals may purchase award from Scout shop.

Supply Item Description and Uniform Placement

Pin may be worn on civilian clothing or on the uniform, centered on the left pocket flap.

Supply/BIN Item No.

Pins, No. 540, plus bronze (No. 620353), silver (No. 620354), and gold (No. 620355); information pocket card, No. 32185; support recognition certificate, No. 32186.

Silver Antelope Award



Overview

To recognize registerd Scouters of exceptional character who have provided distinguished service within a region.

Who Can Earn This Award?

Presented by the National Court of Honor on behalf of regions.

How To Get the Award

Completed nomination form is submitted to council for local approval then submitted electronically to the National Court of Honor; awards are presented each year at the regional awards luncheon held in conjunction with the BSA National Annual Meeting each May

Supply Item Description & Uniform Placement

Certificate; knot for uniform above left pocket; Silver Antelope medal suspended from an orange and white ribbon for formal occasions and civilian wear; lapel pin for civilian wear

Supply/BIN Item Number

None; presented by the National Court of Honor

See attachment for application

Attachments
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Silver Antelope Award .pdf  

Trained Strip



Overview

To recognize those adults and youth who have completed training required for their position.

Who Can Earn This Award?

Presented to Boy Scouts, Varsity Scouts, Venturing youth, and adults upon completion of training; also may be worn by den chiefs who have completed den chief training

How To Get the Award

Either given by the council upon completion of training or available for purchase at the Scout shop.

Supply Item Description & Uniform Placement

Two versions are available; either may be worn with any BSA uniform; one has a khaki background with red lettering and border while the second has a khaki background with green lettering and border (centennial edition).

Supply/BIN Item Number

Trained strip with green lettering, No. 18064; Trained strip with red lettering, No. 280.

Whitney M. Young Jr. Service Award



Overview

Recognizes outstanding service by an adult individual or by an organization for demonstrated involvement in the development and implementation of Scouting opportunities for youth from rural or low-income urban backgrounds.

Who Can Earn This Award?

Presented to adults and organizations by the national office.

How To Get the Award

Purchased by local council using the regular Supply order form from the Supply Group distribution center.

Supply Item Description & Uniform Placement

8½" x 10" walnut plaque, lapel pin, knot, and pendant suspended from ribbon

Supply/BIN Item Number

8½" x 10" walnut plaque, No. 619051; lapel pin, No. 619105; knot, No. 19000; pendant with ribbon, No. 619106

See attachment for the nomination form

Attachments
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Whitney M. Young Award.pdf  

William T. Hornaday Gold Badge



Hornaday Award Conservation Project Workbook

In the past, the Hornaday awards application requirements suggested using the Eagle Scout Service Project Workbook to help you organize the documentation for each of your projects. Now, a new tool exists for the Hornaday awards.

This workbook is designed to help you organize your thoughts and document a William T. Hornaday award conservation project. Although the verbiage in this workbook is aimed at youth working on their bronze or silver medals, the sections and formats remain applicable for youth earning the William T. Hornaday Badge. Each copy of this workbook will document only one of your conservation projects. This workbook is not to be used for a William T. Hornaday adult award because specific projects are not required; adult awards are by nomination only, not by application. Download the workbook .

William T Hornaday Unit Award 

Complete the application for the unit award and submit it to your local council service center. The local council will then forward the application to the national office of the Boy Scouts of America. The project description form should indicate the category of the project—soil and water conservation, fish and wildlife management, forestry and range management, energy conservation, air and water pollution control, resource recovery, or hazardous material disposal and management; the specific title of the project; and a detailed description of what was done, who did it, when it was done, and how it was done. Be sure to include any other pertinent information.

William T. Hornaday Badge 

Complete the application for the badge and submit it to your local council service center. The local council will then forward the application to the national office of the Boy Scouts of America. Be certain the applicant and the conservation adviser sign the application before it is sent to the council office. Be sure to check and date all merit badges completed. The project description form should give a detailed description of the project as indicated under the unit award above. Boy Scout and Varsity Scout applicants must complete these requirements before their 18th birthday. Venturer applicants must complete requirements before their 21st birthday. Following council approval, the application is forwarded to director of Ourdoor Programs, Boy Scouts of America.

William T. Hornaday Gold Medal 

This awardis by nomination only and is for an adult Scouter or Venturing leaderwho has rendered distinguished and unusual service to natural resource conservation and environmental improvement over a sustained period (at least 20 years). Nominations are accepted from any recognized conservation/environmental protection organization. The nominee’s accomplishments must be at a regional, national, or international level.

William T. Hornaday Medal (Silver or Bronze) 

Applicants for the William T. Hornaday bronze or silver medal must complete the forms.The completed application is sent to the council office. Be certain the applicant and the conservation adviser sign theapplication. Determination by the Hornaday Awards Committee of the applicant's qualification is made solely from the information included in the application and supporting materials. Boy Scout and Varsity Scout applicants must complete these before their 18th birthday. Venturer applicants must complete requirements before their 21st birthday. Following council approval, the application is f orwarded to director of Outdoor Programs, Boy Scouts of America.

William T. Hornaday Gold Badge 

Complete the nomination form for the gold badge and submit it to your local council service center. The local council will then forward the application to the national office of the Boy Scouts of America. Be certain to include the necessary letters of nomination and endorsement. Following council approval, the application is forwarded to director of Outdoor Programs, BoyScouts of America.

William T. Hornaday Gold Certificate 

The nomination form should be completed and forwarded, together with supporting materials, to director of Outdoor Programs, Boy Scouts of America. Include the names and phone numbers of others the Hornaday Awards Committee can contact if additional information is needed.

Woods Services Award



Overview

A national-level recognition for volunteer adults who provide outstanding service to Scouts with special needs

Who Can Earn This Award?

Be currently registered as a member of the Boy Scouts of America and have three or more years of service in any Scouting capacity related to Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts, and/or Venturers with disabilities

How To Get the Award

Presented by the national Scouts With Special Needs Task Force

Supply Item Description & Uniform Placement

Plaque

See attachment for nomination form

Attachments
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Woods Service Award.pdf