Template:Boy Scouting Rank Advancement for Venturers

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Any male Venturer who has achieved the [[First Class]] rank as a [[Boy Scouting|Boy Scouting]] in a [[troop]] or [[Varsity Scouting|Varsity Scouting]] in a [[team]] may continue advancement toward the [[Star]], [[Life]], and [[Eagle Scout]] ranks up to his 18th birthday. He must meet the requirements as prescribed in the official ''Boy Scout Handbook'' and the current ''Boy Scout Requirements'' book.
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Scouts who earn the [[First Class]] rank while a registered member of a [[Boy Scouting|Boy Scout]] [[troop]] or [[Varsity Scouting|Varsity]] [[team]] may elect to continue working toward [[Eagle Scout|Eagle]] as a registered member of the Boy Scout troop or a registered member of a Venturing crew, or while retaining dual membership in a Venturing Crew, or while retaining dual membership registration in both a troop/team and a Venturing crew. Whichever registration status a boy elects, both Scoutmaster and crew Advisor need to confirm which adult leader the boy plans to have oversee his advancement process toward the rank of Eagle. That selected leader needs too be fully cognizant of the 12 steps from Life to Eagle (see description in this manual), the timeline requirements of certain [[Merit Badges|merit badges]]s required for Eagle (see the current edition of Boy Scout Requirements), and the requirements of the Eagle Scout leadership service project (see reference in this manual).
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The Venturer may fulfill position of responsibility requirements by serving as [[president]], [[vice president]], [[secretary]], or [[treasurer]] of his [[crew]], or as [[boatswain]], [[boatswain's mate]], [[yeoman]], [[purser]], or [[storekeeper]] for his [[ship]].
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Position of responsibility requirements may be met by the Venturer serving as president vice president secretary, or treasurer in his crew, or as boatswain, boatswain's mate, yeoman, purser, or storekeeper in his ship.
The Scoutmaster conference will be conducted by the Advisor or Skipper.
The Scoutmaster conference will be conducted by the Advisor or Skipper.
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As the Venturer meets requirements for the Star and Life ranks, a board of review will be conducted by the crew or ship committee. The Eagle board of review should follow the procedures established by the local council.
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As the Venturer meets the requirements for the Star and Life ranks, a board of review is conducted by the crew or ship committee. The Eagle board of review follows the procedure established by the local council.
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''Sources: 2007 Boy Scout Requirements (33215) and Advancement Committee Policies and Procedures, #33088B, revised 1999''
 

Revision as of 00:13, May 28, 2008

Scouts who earn the First Class rank while a registered member of a Boy Scout troop or Varsity team may elect to continue working toward Eagle as a registered member of the Boy Scout troop or a registered member of a Venturing crew, or while retaining dual membership in a Venturing Crew, or while retaining dual membership registration in both a troop/team and a Venturing crew. Whichever registration status a boy elects, both Scoutmaster and crew Advisor need to confirm which adult leader the boy plans to have oversee his advancement process toward the rank of Eagle. That selected leader needs too be fully cognizant of the 12 steps from Life to Eagle (see description in this manual), the timeline requirements of certain merit badgess required for Eagle (see the current edition of Boy Scout Requirements), and the requirements of the Eagle Scout leadership service project (see reference in this manual).

Position of responsibility requirements may be met by the Venturer serving as president vice president secretary, or treasurer in his crew, or as boatswain, boatswain's mate, yeoman, purser, or storekeeper in his ship.

The Scoutmaster conference will be conducted by the Advisor or Skipper.

As the Venturer meets the requirements for the Star and Life ranks, a board of review is conducted by the crew or ship committee. The Eagle board of review follows the procedure established by the local council.


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