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    Achieving the rank of Eagle Scout has been one of my greatest accomplishments of my life. Getting my Eagle Scout has given me three great benefits; the first one is many life skills, benefits while applying for a job, and people look up to me as an Eagle Scout. Getting this award has been a great honor and has taught me many of the life skills needed to be successful in today’s modern society. Eagle Scout is the highest rank in the Boy Scouts of America. This award is looked very highly of in the

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    Eagle Scout Statement

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    a boy scout the very idea to me seem a bit embarrassing. The only reason why I became a boy scout was because my father had heard that Boy Scouts teaches young men discipline and respect so he dragged me to a meeting and signed me. The passion he had for scouts was inconceivable he believed that it will one day help me to become a great man and I had faith in his judgment. So on that very night I looked him straight into his eyes and told him " Dad I promise you I will become a Eagle scout and stick

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    A True Eagle Scout

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    person out of the five percent of all Boy Scouts who will become Eagle Scouts. It is a great honor, and you should try to succeed in your goal. However, becoming a true Eagle Scout is not just done by completing the requirements and finishing a project; you also have to display all of the qualities that a true Eagle Scout should exemplify. You have to be able to earn that honor, and through this essay you will learn about all it takes to be an Eagle Scout including the book requirements, the merit

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    As an Eagle Scout there is a saying that goes, “Once an Eagle, always an Eagle”. That carries certain privileges with it, but also certain responsibilities. As an Eagle Scout, one would never want to do something to tarnish the reputation of themselves or other Eagle Scouts. The same is true for those of us who work in ministry. Whether I like it or not, many people will put me on a pedestal. That means that I need to hold myself to a higher standard than I do anyone else. It is like Paul said in

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    I am Jacob Heeter, member of Troop 56, from Knox, PA. I did my Eagle Scout Project making a handicap accessible walkway from the road to the building at Camp Coffman, Cranberry, PA. I have many ambitions after becoming an Eagle Scout, based around short term goals, after graduation, and career choices. My short-term goals will be completed throughout High School. I am taking a lot of Mathematical classes in High School, this year I am taking Statistics and Business Math. Next year I will either

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    scoutmaster in front of me, and the audience behind my back, I feel like this accomplishment will not only help me develop as a leader, but also as a person. Becoming an eagle scout is more than a badge and a rank; it is a sense of duty and fulfillment that I have sought for so many years and am finally able to achieve. From Cub Scout to Eagle Scout, like adolescence to adulthood, this momentous occasion symbolizes my entrance into a new world and my readiness to tackle the challenges it has in store for me

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    High-school. I achieved the rank of Eagle Scout at the age of six-teen after spending over a decade in the Scouting community. While in Boy Scouts, I served as Chaplains Aid, Patrol Leader, and Troop Guide. In 2014 over the summer, I competed in the HGA Junior Golf Program and placed fourth in player of the year standings for Junior Series which earned me HGA Junior Golf First Team Award. Then, I volunteered at the First Tee of the Greater

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    was being a Boy Scout and attaining the rank of Eagle. Becoming an Eagle Scout was a goal of mine and one of many other people, but only four percent of the people that join Boy Scouts end up earning the rank of Eagle Scout. Starting at Tenderfoot and moving up six ranks to Eagle takes a couple years of hard work. You have to earn a certain number of merit badges, spend many nights camping, and you have to work a lot of service hours. Finally going through Boy Scouts and getting Eagle changed my life

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    Sam Walton and Wal-Mart

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    moved from town to town in Missouri. This would traumatize most children but for the Walton boys though it was no big deal. This could be seen when Sam was in 8th grade at Shelbina he became the youngest boy in the state's history to become an Eagle Scout and this was only a start of his many of accomplishments. As Sam Walton grew up he was always an ambitious boy. He attended Hickman High School in Columbia there he played basketball and football, in which he was the starting quarterback for

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    My Eagle Scout Project

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    The most honorable experience that I have had is working on my Eagle Scout project. I learned how to become a better leader, tackle difficult situations and how to work with others. All of these skills helped me be a better person. Being a leader is no simple task. During my Eagle Scout project, I lead a range of people, from adults to youth. It was my job to make sure everyone was working and, that everyone was capable of doing their task. I had many issues doing this throughout my project because

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