Once An Eagle... Always An Eagle
On my honor...
It continues with a promise kept.
On a foggy night in London an unknown Scout appeared to a lost American businessman, W.D. Boyce, and guided him to his destination. The young Scout changed the course of history and launched the Boy Scouts of America.
Since that fateful day over 50 million Americans have recited the Scout Oath and Law as members of the BSA and countless others have been positively impacted through community service projects conducted under the auspices of Scouting.
The National Eagle Scout Association (NESA) allows Eagle Scout alumni to continue to stay in touch with BSA programs, hear positive stories about the BSA's impact on the community, and learn the latest methods provided by Scouting to transform the lives of young men & women through the tenets of leadership, character development, citizenship, and physical fitness. NESA is also an outlet for alumni to network and collaborate with one another under the common banner of Scouting, which may include increasing business connections and participating in service to the BSA or other organizations.
Eagle Scouts are one of our country's greatest resource for good.
- Frank Tsuru, President of the National Eagle Scout Association
Aims of NESA