Template:Who can earn a merit badge

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{{quote-source|"Merit Badges, badges of rank, and Eagle Palms are for boys who are registered Boy Scouts or Varsity Scouts. Any Registered Boy Scout or Varsity Scout may earn these awards until his 18th Birthday. Any Venturer who achieved the First Class rank as a boy scout or Varsity Scout in a troop may continue working for the Star, Life, and Eagle ranks and Eagle palms while registered as a Venturer up to his 18th birthday."|[[Boy Scout Requirements]] , p. 5}}
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{{quote-source|Boy Scout awards are for young men not yet 18 years old. [[Merit badges]], badges of rank, and [[Eagle Palms]] are for registered [[Boy Scouts]], [[Varsity Scouts]], or qualified [[Venturers]]. Any registered Boy Scout or Varsity Scout may earn these awards until his 18th birthday. Any Venturer who achieves the [[First Class rank]] as a Boy Scout or Varsity Scout in a [[troop]] or [[team]] may continue working for the [[Star]], [[Life]], and [[Eagle Scout]] ranks and [[Eagle Palms]] while registered as a Venturer up to his 18th birthday.
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Youth members with special needs may work toward rank advancement after they are 18. (See section titled “[[Advancement for Youth Members With Special Needs]],’’ page 39.)|[[Advancement Policies]] #33088, p. 24}}
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Boy Scout awards are for young men not yet 18 years old. Merit badges, badges of rank, and Eagle Palms are for registered Boy Scouts, Varsity Scouts, or qualified Venturers. Any registered Boy Scout or Varsity Scout may earn these awards until his 18th birthday. Any Venturer who achieves the First Class rank as a Boy Scout or Varsity Scout in a troop or team may continue working for the Star, Life, and Eagle Scout ranks and Eagle Palms while registered as a Venturer up to his 18th birthday.

Youth members with special needs may work toward rank advancement after they are 18. (See section titled “Advancement for Youth Members With Special Needs,’’ page 39.)

Advancement Policies #33088, p. 24
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