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Leaders Awards

 

Below are the requirements for the Boy Scout Leaders Training Award/Knot and a list of all the Knots available to us as Adult Leaders.  FROM www.USSCOUTS.ORG


Source: Leadership Training Committee Guide (34169D), 2000

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ALL Scouter AWARDS - KNOTS

ACHIEVEMENT AWARDS Earned as a Youth
Arrow of Light - Worn by adults who earned the Arrow of Light as a youth member.
Eagle Scout - Worn by adults who earned the rank of Eagle Scout as a youth member.
Explorer Gold Award - Also Explorer Achievement Award
Venturing Silver Award -
Quartermaster - Sea Scout/Explorer Award for Youth and Adults
BRAVERY AWARDS (Nomination Only)
Medal of Merit - Awarded by the National Council for heroism with little or no risk to life.
Heroism Award - Awarded by the National Council for heroism with less risk to life.
Honor Medal - Awarded by the National Council to those who risk their lives to save another.
 
LEADERSHIP & TRAINING AWARDS
Tiger Cub Group Organizer Award- Two years tenure and other requirements.
Den Leader Award - Two years tenure and other requirements.
Webelos Den Leader - One year of tenure and other requirements.
Den Leader Coach Award - Two years tenure and other requirements.
Cubmaster Award - Two years tenure and other requirements.
Cub Scouter Award - Two years tenure and other requirements.
Scouter's Training Award - Basic Training and other requirements.
Scouter's Key - Three years tenure and other requirements - Commissioners, Scoutmasters, Venturing Advisors, and others. See detailed description.
National President's Scoutmaster Award of Merit - Earned by Scoutmasters meeting the requirements on Form #58-413
Sea Badge - Sea Badge Leader Training and "Rutter" (Two Years)
Distinguished Commissioner Service Award - Five years tenure and other requirements.
Professional Scouter Training Award
  HONOR AWARDS FOR OUTSTANDING SERVICE (Nomination ONLY)
George Meany Award - Presented to labor union members who have been unusually effective in giving leadership to youth.
Whitney Young Jr. Award - Presented for promoting Scouting in the poorest areas of the country.
Order of the Arrow Distinguished Service Award - Presented to an Order of the Arrow member for unusual service on a National basis.
William T. Hornaday Award - Recognizes Scouts, Explorers and Scouters for conservation and ecology efforts in their communities.
William H. Spurgeon III Award - Presented to Scouters redering distinguished service to Exploring
District Award of Merit - Presented to Scouters at the District level for unusual dedication and service.
Silver Beaver - Presented to Scouters at the Council level for unusual dedication and service.
Silver Antelope - Presented to Scouters at the Regional level for unusual dedication and service.
Silver Buffalo - Presented to Scouters at the National level for unusual dedication and service.
Silver World - Presented to Scouters who have supported Scouting on a worldwide basis.
  RELIGIOUS AWARDS (Earned)
Youth Religious Emblem - Worn by youth and adult members who received a religious emblem as a youth member.
Adult Religious Award - Worn by adults who received religious awards as an adult.
    SUPPORT OF SCOUTING (For a Large Financial Donation) ($1000+)
James West Fellowship Award