Indian Springs District Advancement Chair: Dave Hoffman

To schedule Eagle project proposals, candidates should contact the District
Advancement Chair,
Dave Hoffman. Unit Committees should also contact
the Distr
ict Advancement Chair to schedule Eagle Scout Boards of Review.

Current Rank Requirements
The Boy Scout and Cub Scout rank advancement requirements have been updated in 2017. The guide can be
downloaded by following this link. For questions, please contact the Advancement Chair, Dave Hoffman.


The Atlanta Area Council has created a manual, "Life to Eagle", which contains valuable information and tips for
Scouts as they continue the path towards the Eagle rank. The manual is available at the Council Volunteer Service
Center or online
via this link.


The Boy Scouts of America provides recognition for Scout achievements. The advancement program allows Scouts
to progress from rank to rank. A fundamental purpose of advancement is the self-confidence a young man acquires
from his participation in a Troop. Requirements serve as the basis for a Boy Scout's rank advancement. The four
steps to advancement are learning, testing, reviewing, and recognition. Many Scouts have been introduced to a
lifelong hobby or rewarding career through the merit badge program. Merit badges help Scouts develop physical
skills, social skills, and self-reliance.


Up-to-Date Merit Badge Requirements

Want an up-to-date source of Merit Badge and Advancement information, National BSA has posted that information
on their web site. You may now link to a reliable source of information for Merit Badges and requirements.
Here. The following link is a list of all Merit Badges including revision dates.
Boy Scout Advancement
Indian Springs District, Atlanta Area Council