Eagle Scout Service Project Workbook

As soon as you have an Eagle Service Project concept be sure to download and save the Eagle Service Project Workbook. Be sure to follow the specific direction for downloading and saving the Workbook to take advantage of the expandable text and image boxes.

You MUST use the workbook from this link. A random internet search often returns very old copies of the workbook. Project proposals using older copies will not be approved by the district.

Note: These PDF files are ONLY usable with the latest Adobe Acrobat Reader (Download). The file will usually NOT open correctly in a browser window or using other PDF readers.

Eagle Project Coach

Your unit may have a formal Eagle Project Coach but if not, no worries. Any of your unit leaders can help you get from choosing a project concept all the way to completion. 

Getting your Project Proposal Approved

After you sign, then your local unit leader, unit committee member, and a representative of the Project Beneficiary approve your Project Proposal it’s time to reach out to one of the Northern Trails District Advancement Committee Members for Project Approval who will review your project to insure it meets all the requirements of a Eagle Service Project before you begin work on your project. You MUST have District approval before starting ANY part of your project.

Mike Ocheltree 
(206) 618-3024 

John Spear 
(425) 443-2442 


  • Always arrive in uniform for any Eagle related meetings
    • Eagle Project reviews
    • Eagle Application reviews
  • Council Service Center information
    • Phone: 206-725-5200
    • Address: 3120 Rainier Avenue South, Seattle, WA 98114
  • Guidelines for age-appropriate tool use during your service project

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