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Cub Advancements
Webelos Activity Badges
Sports Program
Academics Program
Cub Awards

Boy Scout Advancement
Required Merit Badges
Merit Badges
Boy Scout Awards


Venture Advancement
Venture Awards
Sea Scout Advancement
Sea Scout Awards

Order of the Arrow

Religious Awards
Bravery & Merit Awards
Outstanding Service Awards
Scouting Support Awards

Youth Awards for Leaders
Insignia for Youth Awards
Cub Leader Awards
Boy Scout Leader Awards
Venture Leader Awards
Sea Scout Leader Awards
Adult Leader Awards

Adult Advancement
   Adult Scout Rank
   Adult Tenderfoot Rank
   Adult 2nd Class Rank
   Adult 1st Class Rank
   Adult Star Rank
   Adult Life Rank
   Golden Eagle
   Adult Eagle Palms
Adult Required MBs
Adult MBs
    Requirements for
Adult Scout Rank
   
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1.Meet age requirements: Be at least 18 years old.
NOTE: If a young man started working towards earning the Eagle Rank in Boy Scouts and didn't finish prior to his eighteenth birthday, and he starts working on the Adult Advancement requirements prior to his twentieth birthday, he may count his earlier work as having completed the corresponding adult requirements.
 
2.Be a registered Adult Member of the Boy Scouts of America, as well as a Registered Member of www.scoutaholic.com.
 
3.Find a Scout Troop, Varsity Team, or Venture Crew near your home.
 
4.Know the Pledge of Allegiance, and explain what it means to you.
 
5.Know the Scout sign, salute, handshake, oath, law, motto, slogan, and the outdoor code. Agree to live by the Scout oath, law, motto, slogan and the outdoor code. Describe the Boy Scout Rank badges (all 7), and what each part of them represents.
 
6.Show that you know how to tie the square knot.
 
7.Complete the Boy Scout Leaders 'Youth Protection' training (available online at http://olc.scouting.org), agree to live by it's standards, and view the 'It Happened to Me' and 'A Time to Tell' Youth Protection videos (preferably with the youth in your unit and their parents).
 
8.Participate in an online Scoutaholics conference.