Here are some resources you need to help you along the rugged path to Eagle Scout (PDF files).
[HINT—Print these out and read them before you start your Eagle service project, or better right after you pass your Life Scout Board of Review.]
BSA Eagle Rank Application & BSA Eagle Scout Leadership Service Project Workbook (on the Longs Peak Council's 'forms' page—Look on the "Eagle Scout" list under "Boy Scout Forms"). You'll need to fill out the 'workbook' as you go along, and get signatures from Scoutmaster, troop committee chairman, district Eagle chairman, and person in charge of the agency where you are doing your Eagle service project)
There is also helpful Eagle Advancement Information for our local Cache La Poudre district. Be sure to use the CLP district "Eagle Scout Candidate's Guidebook".
Addtional Legal Paperwork REQUIRED for your Eagle Service Project
After your Eagle Service Project is approved, you MUST complete two more paperwork items, which both protect you and provide a checklist of safety protocols to follow:
You must submit a BSA "Tour Plan" two weeks in advance to the Longs Peak Council office.
Here is a link to the tour plan form on the BSA website. You WILL have questions about some of it, so check with the Scoutmaster about information you need. Fill out the first two pages, and the third page will populate automatically. Note that the tour plan must be signed by our committee chairman and by the registered adult tour leader.
You must get a signed permission form from every youth (under-18) participant, whether or not they are a Scout. There is a template on the T97 Member Only page.
A Couple Items just for your Curiosity and Interest