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Final Jeopardy

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What requirement does the service project


fulfill?

Requirement #5

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What does your project provide to the


community?

Service

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What part of the Scout Oath will the


service project fulfill?

To help other people at all times.

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What are some important lesson that you


may learn during the course of completing
your project?

Important lessons in project management


and taking responsibility for a significant
accomplishment.

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What is the primary purpose of the Eagle


Scout Service Project?

To learn leadership skills, or to improve or


demonstrate leadership skills you already
have.

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True or False..Your parents are the only


outside help that may be allowed to
complete a portion of your project in your
absence?

False. You are responsible for your project.


While others may assist or give guidance,
no one other than yourself is allowed to
complete any portion of the project.

2 - $200

True or False.A Scout may have an adult


of his choosing present when discussing
any portion of the project with the troop
leadership.

True. He will be allowed, if he chooses, to


have a parent, unit leader, or other adult
present as an observer at any time he is
discussing his proposal or project with
someone who is reviewing it

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True or False.The troop may require you


conduct tasks in addition to normal service
project requirements in order to make the
project better.

False. Project expectations will match Eagle


Scout requirement 5, and we will not require
proposals to include more than described in
the Eagle Scout Service Project Workbook.

2 - $400

If your proposal is rejected, you may


request a written explanation with the
reason why and recommendations?
True. If requested by the Scout or his parent or
guardian, an explanation of a proposal rejection will be
provided in writing, with a copy sent to the council
advancement chair and staff advisor. It will indicate
reasons for rejection and suggestions concerning what
can be done to achieve approval.

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If the troop disapproves your project


proposal, you must start over from the
beginning?
False. If the candidate believes he has been mistreated or his
proposal wrongfully rejected, he will be provided a method of
redress. This will include the opportunity for a second opinion
and approval, either through another volunteer or professional
advancement administrator*, or the Scout executive, as
determined by the council advancement committee or
executive board.

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Planning the

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When can you begin work, including


planning, for your service project?

Immediately following the Life Scout board


of review.

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When can you begin talking with scouts


and other adult leaders about project
ideas?

As a Star Scout.

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How long after becoming a Life Scout do


you have to complete your service
project?

There is no time limit, but it must be


completed before your 18th birthday.

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Under what conditions can the completion


of the service project be extended beyond
your 18th birthday?

For scouts with disabilities with approval


from the Council.

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Which is often more difficult than actually


conducting the project itself?

Planning the Project

4 - $200

What was the example used in the guide


to advancement to describe a project that
is often misjudged as not being a good
project?

A blood drive.

4 - $300

The project workbook is formatted so that


you are required to illustrate each step of
the planning process. Why is this?

To clearly demonstrate the level of planning,


development, and leadership that you
understook.

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Planning the service project requires what?

Forethought, Effort, and Time.

4 - $500

What is considered a good test to evaluate


a project?

Its complexity.

5 - $100

Using the service project workbook helps


scout to avoid what?

Pitfalls?

5 - $200

Use of the workbook nearly always means


what?

Success?

5 - $300

What is the currently approved service


project workbook number?

No. 512-927

5 - $400

If the workbook is not filled out


completely, will the project be rejected?

NO. The workbook should not become a


basis for rejecting candidates based on
technicalities that have nothing to do
with the intent of the requirement.

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What is the most important thing to


consider when using the worbook to
evaluate a project.

That the objective was metprovide


leadership to others.

Final Jeopardy

What are the major components of the


Service Project Workbook?

It shows approvals have been secured, lists


important limitations, suggests questions for those
approving the project, and includes outlines for the
proposal and the more detailed final plan that
should come next.