BSA One-Stop Forms Shop

September 27, 2010
BSA National Office in Irving, Texas

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If you wear a Scouter’s hat, you probably use Scouting forms.  My Council has a section on their website, but it’s certainly not complete and what’s there isn’t always kept quite up-to-date.  Other forms are scattered if you can find them at all.  We are a volunteer organization and it’s hard to keep up.

I recently stumbled across a single page on the BSA website that has most all of the official forms we need in one place: http://www.scouting.org/scoutsource/Media/forms.aspx

They’ve got Application forms, den meeting forms, advancement report forms, individual Scout record forms, First Class Tracking Sheet forms, training knot nomination forms, and much more.  They also have links to Eagle project and rank forms on the NESA website, too.

It’s great to see BSA using their website much more this Centennial year.

Enjoy!

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