When to request Eagle Scout letter
The basic rule is ASAP. After a Scout completes his Board of Review, he typically has a few weeks up to months until his Eagle Court of Honor. This is the window of time you want to use to collect these letters.
Whom to ask for letters
Where to find addresses
Click here for a link to an excellent resource from the U.S. Scouting Service Project.
For addresses not listed here, find the appropriate website and look for the “Contact Us” link- usually at the very top or bottom of the page.
Some entities, such as, NASA or the U.S. Army, allow you to submit requests online.
What to include
The U.S. Scouting Service Project recommends including the Scout’s full name, Troop number, Council, and a short description of his Eagle Scout service project.
Including a self-addressed stamped envelope makes it easier and faster to receive a response.
Please go HERE to see the process and forms for completing your journey to Eagle Scout.