How can an Eagle Scout record his service hours?

There are 2 ways for Eagle project information to be entered.

  1. The preferred method is to let the council registrar enter the project date and number of service hours as part of the Eagle Application verification process that is done when the Life Scout has completed all requirements and the application is submitted to the service center for “verification” before the Eagle board of review.
  2. The second method is data entry by someone with the unit login and password and the Eagle Scout’s BSA member ID number. Follow the instruction below for this method: You will need to have the Eagle Scout project workbook handy. Input the data requested:
    • The applicant’s full name
    • The project completion date
    • Number of Scouts working on the project
    • Number of non-Scout youth working on the project
    • Number of leaders working on the project
    • Number of other adults working on the project
    • Total hours worked on the project (number of people times the length of time they worked)
    • Cost of materials required to complete the project
    • Project category (selected from the drop-down box)
    • Type of group benefiting from the project
    • The specific group that benefited from the project