This is a By Appointment Badge
*Scouts sign up for appointment times with the Eagle Staff, during the times listed below, in order to discuss and review the requirements they have completed, whether it was done before camp or at camp.
Monday thru Friday
9:15 am – Noon
2:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Monday and Tuesday Evenings
7:30 pm – 9:00 pm
Where: Eagle Lodge
Ages and Stages Recommendation: 5th year campers and up
- Requirement 7: Do TWO of the following and share with your counselor what you have learned-
- a. Visit the Web site (With your parent/guardian’s permission) of the U.S. State Department. Learn more about an issue you find interesting that is discussed on this Web site. NOTE: This requirement can be done at Camp.
- b. Visit the Web site (With your parent/guardian’s permission) of an international news organization or foreign government, OR examine a foreign newspaper available at your local library, bookstore, or newsstand. Find a news story about a human right realized in the United States that is not recognized in another country. NOTE: This requirement can be done at Camp.
- c. Visit with a student or Scout from another country and discuss the typical values, holidays, ethnic foods, and traditions practiced or enjoyed there.
- d. Attend a world Scout jamboree.
- e. Participate in or attend an international event in your area, such as an ethnic festival, concert, or play.
What to bring:
- A copy of the Citizenship in the World Workbook, in order to keep track of the requirements you complete.
- If you chose to to do any of the Pre-Req options (7c, 7d, or 7e), bring proof of attendance in the form of a note signed by an adult that was with you. Also, be prepared to talk about the event, including what you learned from your participation.
- Scouts need to be proactive and prepare when taking the By Appointment Merit Badges offered at our Eagle Dept.
- Appointments are “First Come, First Serve”, so please do not wait.
Requirements: Click Here! This page also provides links to information regarding certain requirements, which should prove to be helpful in preparing to take this merit badge at camp. This site offers reference sources in and below the requirements in order to make answering the questions easier. Scouts should use these resources to become more familiar with the material, and be better prepared for the class.