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Helping your Scouts earn the rank of Eagle is hard enough. Not having enough Merit Badge Counselors in your troop makes it even more difficult. How best to convince parents and volunteers to become Merit Badge Counselors? I can tell you from first hand experience that it is easier when you provide them with a PowerPoint show and the associated worksheets.

Below are PowerPoints donated from some amazing MB Counselors. Feel free to edit and use them as you need, with two caveats: (1) Please leave the original author's name in the speaker notes on Page one (feel free to add your name if you make edits) and (2) please encourage people to visit TroopResource.org by not re-posting these on any other site.

Upload your PPT to our DropBox with this link: https://dbinbox.com/merit_badge_college_files.

                                                                                   

Link Received From
www.MeritBadge.org

All Merit Badges have an associated pamphlet/booklet which a Scout needs to read to earn the badge. Pamphlets/Booklets are purchased through your local Scout Shop or online. Worksheets, however, can be downloaded, printed and given to the Scouts free of charge. All the Merit Badge worksheets can be found at a fantastic site called MeritBadge.org. The link is provided here as a service to you.

 

Citizenship in the World (2.4 MB) Frank Yeung
Coin Collecting (11 MB) Jim Walls. This file is in PDF format
Communications (2.25 MB) Ed Trevisani
Energy Day 1 (7 MB)
Energy Day 2 (4.5 MB)
Mark Fennell
Engineering (7.5 MB) D.C. Bryan

Personal Management (6 MB)

Excel - Personal Budget (Basic)
Excel - Personal Budget (Extensive)

Scott Newman of Troop 512 shares his 7-session PPT show and Excel spreadsheets.

Oceanography (7 MB) Greg Adams

Movie Making 1 of 2 (337 MB)
Movie Making 2 of 2 (245 MB)

Jim Walls prepared these as KeyNote presentations built playable from Macintosh Computers.
Public Speaking (16 MB)

Steven Feder of Troop 19.

Photography (13 MB)

Scott Newman of Troop 512.

Scholarship (400k) Brian Larson of Troop 512

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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