The Eagle Corps is a leadership opportunity for older youth. Members of the Eagle Corps are given leadership roles during the week of camp to stretch them and train them for positions of responsibility they will have throughout their lives.
The Eagle Corps group takes a conspicuous role at camp, modeling Scout-driven leadership and demonstrating Scout Spirit and enthusiasm. Some of the possible reponsibilities members of the Eagle Corps may be given at camp include:
The Eagle Corps is a select group. It is typically composed of experienced youth who have completed all merit badges required for the Eagle Scout Award and who have attended camp several times before. However, any young man who truly exemplifies the ideals of Scouting and the Gospel, who would be a positive role model to others, and who desires to give service, regardless of his prior involvement in the Scouting program, may be eligible. Each Eagle Corps member must be nominated by his priesthood leaders; or if not LDS, by his religious or Scouting leaders.