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==Second Class Rank==
==Second Class Rank==
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(Quoted from: [[Bookshelf#Advancement_Policies|Advancement Policies #33088]], page 27)
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{{quote-source|For the [[Second Class]] Rank, a Scout must participate in a service project or projects approved by his Scoutmaster. The time of service must be a minimum of one hour. This project prepares a Scout for the more involved service projects he must perform for the Star, Life, and Eagle Scout Ranks.|[[Advancement Policies]] #33088, page 27}}
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''"For the [[Second Class]] Rank, a Scout must participate in a service project or projects approved by his Scoutmaster. The time of service must be a minimum of one hour. This project prepares a Scout for the more involved service projects he must perform for the Star, Life, and Eagle Scout Ranks."''
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==Star and Life Ranks==
==Star and Life Ranks==
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(Quoted from: [[Bookshelf#Advancement_Policies|Advancement Policies #33088]], page 27)
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{{quote-source|For [[Star]] and [[Life]] ranks, a Scout must perform six hours of service to others. This may be done as an individual project or as a member of a patrol or troop project. Star and Life service projects may be approved for Scouts assisting on Eagle service projects. The Scoutmaster approves the project before it is started.|[[Advancement Policies]] #33088, page 27}}
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''"For [[Star]] and [[Life]] ranks, a Scout must perform six hours of service to others. This may be done as an individual project or as a member of a patrol or troop project. Star and Life service projects may be approved for Scouts assisting on Eagle service projects. The Scoutmaster approves the project before it is started."''
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* [[Bookshelf#Bylaws_and _Rules #33215]]
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* [[Boy Scout Requirements]] #33215
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* [[Bookshelf#Advancement_Policies|Advancement Policies #33088]]
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* [[Advancement Policies]] #33088
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* Eagle Scout Leadership Service Project Workbook #18-927E: [http://www.nesa.org/trail/18-927.pdf PDF] &nbsp; [http://www.nesa.org/trail/18-936.doc DOC] &nbsp; [http://www.nesa.org/trail/18-936.rtf RTF]
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* [[Eagle Scout Leadership Service Project]]
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* [[12 Steps From Life to Eagle]]
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Boy Scout advancement policies cover Merit Badges, Summer Camp,
Scout Spirit, Active, Special Needs, Eagle Projects, Scoutmaster Conferences,
Boards of Review, Appeals, Courts of Honor, Time Extensions, and more.


The official source for the information shown in this article or section is:
Guide To Advancement, 2011 Edition (BSA Supply No. 33088)


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Second Class Rank

For the Second Class Rank, a Scout must participate in a service project or projects approved by his Scoutmaster. The time of service must be a minimum of one hour. This project prepares a Scout for the more involved service projects he must perform for the Star, Life, and Eagle Scout Ranks.
Advancement Policies #33088, page 27

Star and Life Ranks

For Star and Life ranks, a Scout must perform six hours of service to others. This may be done as an individual project or as a member of a patrol or troop project. Star and Life service projects may be approved for Scouts assisting on Eagle service projects. The Scoutmaster approves the project before it is started.
Advancement Policies #33088, page 27

Eagle Scout Rank

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