How Do I Report Service Hours

Service Projects Help Connect Youth & Adults to Others, their Community and the Environment

Community Service Projects

Service is Scouting's greatest legacy and the primary reason the Boy Scouts of America is the world's premier youth organization. Some good turns can include helping out after floods or other disasters, recycling community trash, collecting food for local food shelves, Eagle Scout projects, and working on conservation projects.

Reporting Your Scouting Unit's Community Service Hours

With the adoption of ScoutBook and Internet Advancement, you can record service hours through the online applications that you already use regularly. Reporting service hours not only helps Northern Star Scouting highlight the contributions that your Scouts and families are making to the community, but it also helps ensure that your unit's records accurately reflect the involvement and engagement of your members. Check out the link beolw to learn more about how to enter service hours using BSA online tools. 

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