Eagle Scout Service Projects - Scouting contributing to the Community
Each year, 15 to 20 Alameda Eagle Scouts organize and lead others in a special Eagle Scout Service Project benefitting the local community, usually in partnership with a community organization.
Each service project usually involves 100 to 500 "man-hours" of collective human involvement -- the Scout developing the project idea and getting approvals, creating a detailed plan, recruiting others to help, securing materials needed, and executing the project over a day, several days, or even a month's time. Each project requires Scout leadership of other youth and adults, as involving others in the project is a BSA requirement.
We are pleased to acknowledge here some of the recent Eagle Scout Service Projects over the past several years, and the organizations that partner with the Scouts and/or support their efforts. Note that for privacy reasons, we cannot list the Scouts' names, but many of you know them and appreciate their leadership and service.
Go to our website page for the list of recent Eagle Scout Service Projects benefitting the Alameda Community and others in the Greater Bay Area http://www.bsa-alameda.org/Advancement/EagleProjectList