National Eagle Scout Association (NESA)
The National Eagle Scout Association is an organization of men who have earned the rank of Eagle Scout in the Boy Scouts of America. NESA's stated objective is "to serve Eagle Scouts and, through them, the entire movement of Scouting."
Membership is available on a five-year renewable or a lifetime basis to all Eagle Scouts. NESA cross-checks applications to ensure all applicants are Eagle Scouts. Eagles' Call magazine, formerly Eagle Scout Magazine and still earlier called The Eagletter, is a quarterly magazine published by NESA that helps keep its members informed of NESA activities and functions.
The National Eagle Scout Association has numerous scholarships and awards. In addition, the Daniel Boone Council Committees has a smaller scholarship program awarded to one applicant per year to their institute of learning. A complete list and application instructions can be found at NESA's website. 
The Daniel Boone Council, Boy Scouts of America NESA committee is responsible for connecting and communications with current NESA members. They also organize an Eagle Scout Recognition Banquet each year to honor those Scouts who have earned the highest rank in Scouting – Eagle Scout.
If you wolud like to register for the 2017 Eagle Scout Recognition Banquest please click on the link below.
Please complete this form to be considered for the Daniel Boone Council NESA College Scholarship. This is a one time $300 scholarship for graduating high school seniors who will begin college in the fall of 2018. The recipient will be announced at the 2017 Eagle Banquet on April 15th.
If you are an Eagle Scout and would like to learn more or become a member of the National Eagle Scout Association, please click on the link below.
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