Eagle Requirement Camp is a special Scout camp focusing on advancement in most of the required badges for Eagle. Scouts who complete all the prerequisites for merit badges such as Personal Management, Family Life, etc, can earn several badges in the week.
LOCATION: Camp Royaneh, Cazadero CA
DATES: June 15-21, 2014
The focus of the camp is advancement, however numerous opportunities exist for free-time fun and enjoyment such as archery, shooting sports, field sports, and more. The staff will include veteran Scouters with extensive experience as merit badge counselors in these subjects.
Session is limited to 20 participants. Acceptance to the camp will be on a first-come, first-serve basis with priority given to older Scouts, a waiting list will be taken.
A mandatory orientation meeting on SATURDAY, MAY 10 at 10 am will be held at the YLTC, 1001 Davis Street, San Leandro. At this meeting participants will get the chance to meet the Staff/Merit badge Counselors and receive important regarding their week at camp.
Prerequisites (Completed 8th grade/age14 and Star/Life)
Please purchase and read your Merit Badge book before bringing to camp.
Bring a Blue Card for each Merit Badge to camp, signed and dated by your Scoutmaster.
Before camp scouts will need to complete the following requirements or provide the following materials to complete these Merit Badges at Eagle Requirement Camp. In order to complete those badges requiring 90 days or 13 weeks of documentation scouts should have started the documentation in the last week of March.
Citizenship in the Community
- Req. #2: Bring a MAP of your community and a chart of your local or state government.
- Req. #3: Did you attend a meeting? Bring proof of your attendance (an agenda from the meeting or a budget or report copy or past minutes approved at the meeting) and bring your notes for your report on the issue.
- Req. #4: Bring a copy of your notes or proof of your interview, be prepared to discuss.
- Req. #5: Watch an appropriate movie and bring permission slip of parental approval for same at camp.
- Req. #7: Bring evidence of completion of service hours and research on organization
- . Req. #8: Be prepared to give your public presentation in camp (such as a video, slide show, speech, digital presentation, or photo exhibit).
Citizenship in the Nation
- Req. #2: Choose two, be prepared to discuss by visiting, taking tours, obtaining materials.
- Req. #3: Bring 5 days of a major daily newspaper in order to cover a national issue and be prepared to discuss or your notes from national news broadcasts.
- Req. #6: Come prepared with a copy of the speech you will discuss.
- Req. #8: Send letter to congressman, bring a copy to camp.
Citizenship in the World
- Req. #7: be prepared to discuss with merit badge counselor (depending on which two you choose to do).
- Req. #1: Bring your log or journal and notes.
- Req. #3: A five-minute speech. Have you prepared one or chosen a topic? You may do this in camp in order to give the speech during one of our sessions.
- Req. #4: An interview. Have you interviewed someone? Come prepared to share that interview in a MB session. You may choose to interview a staff member at camp. You must show evidence of preparation in written form.
- Req. #5: Did you attend a public meeting? Bring proof of your attendance (an agenda from the meeting or a budget or report copy or past minutes approved at the meeting) and bring your notes for your report on the topics covered.
- Req. #7, 7b and 7c. Bring a copy of your letter or start the web page development to access at camp or bring a copy of your printed material.
- Req. #8: MC a Court of Honor or a Campfire program. Bring evidence of completion. (Court of Honor program or completed campfire program planner).
- Req. #9: Be prepared to discuss item #9 in camp; bring the required info about your chosen field to camp.
- Req. #3: Bring evidence of completion and your 90-day family duty/chore log.
- Req. #4: Bring evidence of completion of family project w/signatures and your report.
- Req. #5: Bring evidence of completion of personal project w/signatures and your report.
- Req. #6: Bring evidence of completion of family meetings.
- Req. #1: (a) Bring a copy of your most recent physical exam. (b) Bring proof of your recent dental exam and the statement from your dentist.
- Req. #6: Bring evidence of completion.
- Req. #7: Bring evidence of completion and your outline.
- Req. #8: Bring evidence of completion and your 12-week log and your pre-program and post-program results.
- Req. #9: Be prepared to discuss in camp; bring the required info about your chosen field to camp.
- Req. #1: Bring your notes of Family discussion and documentation of research.
- Req. #2: Bring your expected income and expenses tracking form and your actual income and expense tracking form, if started.
- Req # 5: Bring printed stock exchange listings.
- Req. #8: Bring the time management tools you use presently, i.e. planner, calendar, or PDA to document requirement.
- Req. #10: Be prepared to discuss in camp, bring the required info about your chosen field to camp.
Program and Camp Refund Policy
FOR ALL CAMPS AND EVENTS
Effective September 4, 2012
A great deal of advance planning and advance purchasing takes place for all programs and events of the San Francisco Bay Area Council during the months and weeks prior to an event, (facility rentals, supplies, staff hiring, food contracting, and program material acquisition.) Because of this the SFBAC has had to renew its refund policy.
1. Refunds requested two weeks (14 days) prior to an event/camp may receive up to an 80% refund. One week prior (7 days) to your event/camp receive a 60% refund. Within seven (7) days of the event/camp there will be no refund. Any refund will be based on the following criteria:
2. Types of refunds considered: serious illness or injury (a doctors certification required) or death in immediate family. Refunds are not given for no-shows, conflict of schedule (such as sports events, out of country trips), weather conditions, or behavior issues occurring before or during the event/camp. No requests accepted after September 1st.
3. Refunds will be returned to the person(s) or entity from which the funds were received.
Refund requests should be sent to: San Francisco Bay Area Council, 1001 Davis Street, San Leandro CA 94577. Please include: participants name, unit, number, district, address, contact phone number, name of event and date or session of event.