Sixty-five Eagle Scouts living in 31 states, one U.S. territory, and two countries were recently selected for a total of $536,000 in college scholarships provided by the National Eagle Scout Association (NESA), Boy Scouts of America (BSA). They competed among more than 5,000 young men and women representing their hometown BSA councils.
Get to know the NESA Committee from the Golden Gate Area Council and how it has overcome the challenges of merging councils.
Congratulations and job well done! You’ve played a critical role in creating a world filled with leaders who are responsible, participating citizens guided by the Scout Oath and Law. So today we celebrate all of the leaders you’ve helped create in the past 50 years and look forward to meeting the leaders you will create in the next 50.
NESA President Frank Tsuru joined thousands of American and foreign Scouts, families, and VIPs from around the globe who attended the 10th Normandy Camporee, in Normandy, France. The traditional event is organized by the Transatlantic Council, based in Brussels, Belgium.
The majority of the 2022 Silver Buffalo and Antelope recipients identified as Eagle Scouts. Many of those Eagles hold NESA Life memberships.
Finalists are being evaluated for the Glenn A. and Melinda W. Adams National Eagle Scout Service Project of the Year Award (ESSPY). The award recognizes valuable service of an exceptional nature.
This year marks the 50th anniversary of the National Eagle Scout Association. NESA has been giving Eagle Scout pride a purpose – because a Scout’s journey does not end at Eagle. Be a part of our next 50 years.
The National Eagle Scout Association’s Scholarship Committee has been busy since the closing of the scholarship portal on January 31st.