Q/A NESA Program and Purpose
Q: What is the National Eagle Scout Association?
A: 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.
Only those who have been granted the Eagle Scout Award and maintain good standing with the Boy Scouts of America may hold membership in NESA.
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.
Last revised November 15, 2017