NESA world explorer
Ready to get some real world experience?
You’ve earned your Eagle; now it’s time to see the world!
The National Eagle Scout Association’s World Explorers Program pairs stellar Eagle Scouts with world-class researchers at sites around the globe.
Since the program’s launch in 2012, over fifty Eagle Scouts have earned the distinction to be considered a NESA World Explorer. These young men have assisted researchers in destinations including the Galápagos Islands, Mammoth Cave, Amazon rainforest and South Africa.
Will you be the next?
If you’re an Eagle Scout age 18 and older, apply for a chance to be a part of the NESA World Explorers Program.
You must be a member of NESA, complete the online application form and submit a 250-word essay between August 1 and October 31.
Applicants should be majoring or be working in a related field of the expedition.
Learn more about upcoming opportunities by clicking below:
Eagles working with Eagles. Imagine that!
The NESA Ornithologist program is a great opportunity to work with the iconic Bald Eagle led by a major ornithological expert in Minnesota. It is also likely that the Eagle Scout will then go to the BSA Northern Tier High Adventure Base to discuss experiences with local Scouts.