This page is here to provide you with ideas for your Eagle Project. Please remember that you do need to document your project idea AND get it it approved BEFORE you start your project.
City Eagle Project Opportunities
Download a list of the most current opportunities that the district is aware of here.
City Eagle Project Opportunities
Many cities in our area need help and that is a great opportunity for an Eagle Project. In addition to providing you with a good project, many cities will also provide supplies and other help you might need to complete a service project. If your city is not listed below you might contact your Mayor or City Manager to see what opportunities are available.
Elk Ridge Spanish Fork Salem
Other opportunities within the District:
Bureau of Land Management. Contact: Julie Paulette 801-977-4317
Julie has SEVERAL projects that are available and is VERY interested in working with Scouts looking for Eagle Projects. An example of a project would be to help out with the ongong cleanup of the the West Mountain fire.
Kids Who Count—Early Childhood Intervention Program in Salem, which serves all of the southern Utah County area. Contact: Liz Petersen 801-423-3000
Salem Hills High School. Contact: Asst. Principal Mr. Bohling, 801-423-3200
Needs Scouts to paint crosswalks, curbs and speed bumps. Scouts need to bring a long straight edge. Call Mr. Bohling several days before coming and he will get the paint from the school district. You may need to bring paint brushes. There is enough work for several troops do work on different cross walks, curbs and speed bumps.
Mt. Loafer Elementary School: Contact: Principal Alicia Rudd 801-423-2705
Salem Elementary School: Contact Principal Mr. Van Ausdell 801-423-1182
Foothills Elementary School: Contact Principal Mr. Schollenberger 801-423-9172
Spanish Fork Junior High School: Contact Principal Robert Fleming 801-798-4075
Canyon Elementary School: Contact Principal Dave Harlan 801-798-4610
East Meadows Elementary School: Contact Principal Dwight Liddiard 801-798-4015
Spanish Fork High School: Contact Head Custodian Brad Montague 801-798-4060 or email@example.com
Entities That Are Good Sources for the Eagle Leadership Service Project.
The organizations that we serve are often the best sources for Eagle project ideas.
- Local City Offices
- Parks and Recreation Department
- Contact the city museums
- The Community
- Contact the local Women and Children's Shelter
- Contact the local Handicap Schools
- Food and Care Coalition
- Contact the Elderly organizations
- The State Government
- Contact the State wildlife officials
- Contact the Utah State Hospital
- Contact the American Indian Services
- Contact State Parks and Recreation Departments
- Contact State museums
- Contact the Children's Behavioral Therapy Unit
- The National Government
- Contact the Endowment for the Arts
- Contact the U.S. Forest Service
- Contact the Bureau of Land Management
- The School
- Contact the American Fork Training School
- Contact the local Elementary, Junior Highs, High Schools, or Community Colleges
- Local Churches
Other Eagle Project Ideas:
There are several hundred pages of Eagle Project ideas on the internet - Simply open the search engine of your choice (such as google, Bing, Yahoo, etc) and type in Eagle Service Projects.