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Merit Badge



Troop 2010,

In order to help with Merit Badge Status For All this is a great page.Attached you can see a status of all the scouts in their progression ofMerit Badges as well as a roster of who to call to get merit badges.

So, call away and arrange for a merit badge!

Here is a great resource for merit badges - http://usscouts.org/usscouts/meritbadges.asp

Required for Eagle

The following 15 badges are on the list of badges in requirement 3 forEagle Scout.

Although a Scout must earn only 12 of them for the rank of Eagle Scout,and certain of them are therefore options for others, a Scout may chooseany combination of these 15 merit badges to fulfill requirement number 3 forStar and Life Scout. (He must have a total of 4 of these badges for Starand 7 of these badges for Life)Click here to seewhich badges in the list are options.

Camping

Citizenship in the Community

Citizenship in the Nation

Citizenship in the World

Communications

Cooking

Cycling

Emergency Preparedness

Environmental Science

Family Life

First Aid

Hiking

Lifesaving

Personal Fitness

Personal Management

Sustainability

Swimming.

 

Note that cooking will be required on January 2014.


The following is a list of all 131 of the current Merit Badges,arranged into 14 logical fields of activity (categories) basically as they appearin the BSA Pamphlet "Worksheet for Building a Merit Badge CounselorList" (No. 04439) (with new badges added in appropriate locations). 

  1. AGRIBUSINESS
    ANIMAL SCIENCE, FARM MECHANICS, PLANT SCIENCE
  2. ARTS AND CRAFTS
    ART, BASKETRY, BUGLING, LEATHERWORK, METALWORK, MUSIC, POTTERY, SCULPTURE, THEATER, WOOD CARVING
  3. BUSINESS AND INDUSTRY
    AMERICAN BUSINESS, ENTREPRENEURSHIP, PULP AND PAPER, SALESMANSHIP, TEXTILE
  4. CONSERVATION
    ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE, FISH AND WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT, FORESTRY, SOIL AND WATER CONSERVATION
  5. HOBBIES
    BACKPACKING, CAMPING, CHESS, COIN COLLECTING, COLLECTIONS, COOKING, DOG CARE, GARDENING, HIKING, HOME REPAIRS, INDIAN LORE, MODEL DESIGN AND BUILDING, PETS, PIONEERING, RADIO, ROWING, SCOUTING HERITAGE, STAMP COLLECTING
  6. NATURAL SCIENCE
    ARCHAEOLOGY, ASTRONOMY, BIRD STUDY, GEOLOGY, INSECT STUDY, MAMMAL STUDY, NATURE, OCEANOGRAPHY, REPTILE AND AMPHIBIAN STUDY, WEATHER
  7. COMMUNICATIONS
    CINEMATOGRAPHY, JOURNALISM, PHOTOGRAPHY
  8. PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT
    AMERICAN CULTURES, AMERICAN HERITAGE, CITIZENSHIP IN THE COMMUNITY, CITIZENSHIP IN THE NATION, CITIZENSHIP IN THE WORLD, COMMUNICATIONS, DISABILITIES AWARENESS, FAMILY LIFE, GENEALOGY, PERSONAL FITNESS, PERSONAL MANAGEMENT, PUBLIC SPEAKING, READING, SCHOLARSHIP, SEARCH AND RESCUE, TRAFFIC SAFETY, WILDERNESS SURVIVAL
  9. PHYSICAL SCIENCE
    CHEMISTRY, COMPUTERS, ELECTRICITY, ELECTRONICS, ENERGY, NUCLEAR SCIENCE, SPACE EXPLORATION
  10. PROFESSIONS
    ARCHITECTURE, DENTISTRY, ENGINEERING, GAME DESIGN, INVENTING, LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE, LAW, MEDICINE, ROBOTICS, SURVEYING, VETERINARY MEDICINE
  11. PUBLIC SERVICE
    CRIME PREVENTION, EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS, FINGERPRINTING, FIRE SAFETY, FIRST AID, LIFESAVING, PUBLIC HEALTH, SAFETY
  12. SPORTS
    ARCHERY, ATHLETICS, CANOEING, CLIMBING, CYCLING, FISHING, FLY FISHING, GOLF, GEOCACHING, HORSEMANSHIP, KAYAKING, MOTORBOATING, ORIENTEERING, RIFLE SHOOTING, SCUBA DIVING, SHOTGUN SHOOTING, SKATING, SMALL-BOAT SAILING, SNOW SPORTS, SPORTS, SWIMMING, WATER SPORTS, WHITEWATER
  13. TRADES
    AMERICAN LABOR, AUTOMOTIVE MAINTENANCE, COMPOSITE MATERIALS, DRAFTING, GRAPHIC ARTS, PAINTING, PLUMBING, WELDING, WOODWORK
  14. TRANSPORTATION
    AVIATION, RAILROADING, TRUCK TRANSPORTATION


Yours in Scouting
Karl Klose