Merit Badge Opportunities
We will send out the sign up link as soon as it is available.
Our troop always needs Merit Badge Councilors. The most important needs are councilors for the Eagle required badges as they take time and it is nice for the troop to do them together.
You do not need to be a master in any of these subjects, just willing to make sure the boys complete the requirements. The Eagle required badges are as follows and the Bold badges are the one the troop currently does not have councilors for, and of course having more than one counselor for any merit badge is always a bonus. You can also become a merit badge counselor for any of the other 100+ merit badges. Full list of Merit Badges. Guide for Merit Badge Counselors
Registration opens on Jan 21st for the 2017 Merit Badge University at Harvard University. Please take careful note that registration is only open for two weeks. This Merit Badge University offers the scout up to three non-Eagle required badges. The actual MBU will be held Saturday, March 4 (8:00 AM - 1:00 PM) & Saturday, April 8 (9:00 AM - 1:00 PM). Both sessions are required. Click on the link for registration and badge information Merit Badge University link
There are several scouts starting their Family life Merit Badge on Feb 5th. If you need this badge and wish to work on it over the next 3 months, please Download the worksheet - Family Life Merit Badge Worksheet and either purchase the merit badge book or download on your device. Family Life Merit Badge Booklet Download and then get in touch with our advancement chair for your blue card. We can let you know how to get started on this badge.
Note to new scouts: To get to Eagle Rank, over time you must earn a total of 21 merit badges, including 13 of the following:
(a) First Aid, (b) Citizenship in the Community, (c) Citizenship in the Nation, (d) Citizenship in the World, (e) Communication, (f) Cooking, (g) Personal Fitness, (h) Emergency Preparedness OR Lifesaving, (i) Environmental Science OR Sustainability, (j) Personal Management, (k) Swimming OR Hiking OR Cycling, (l) Camping, and (m) Family Life.
We offer regular Boy Scout Merit Badge programs. Our upcoming Boy Scout program is January 28, 2017 and the next date will be February 25th.
For more info or to register, email firstname.lastname@example.org or go to website - http://www.spellmanmuseum.org
Held at Rhode Island College - 600 Mount Pleasant Avenue, Providence, RI.
Narragansett Council is holding a Merit Badge College, including a few Eagle Required Badges such as Citizenship in the Community and Emergency Preparedness. Please read the Prerequisites, for example, you must have the First Aid Merit Badge in order to get the Emergency Preparedness badge. If you take a non-Eagle required badge, make such you complete all of the pre-work if you want to get signed off for the badge. Click on class availability and then click on the course to see what the pre-work is.
Points to keep in mind, Obtain a Blue card from Mrs. Murphy, Get a copy of the Merit Badge book and Print out the corresponding worksheet to complete the pre-work.
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