Denali Award

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*[[Media:Varsity_individual_history.pdf|Varsity Scout Individual History Report]] [[Image:Pdficon small.gif]] (45K PDF) Keep track of Varsity Scout letter and Denali Award progress dates and events.
*[[Media:Varsity_individual_history.pdf|Varsity Scout Individual History Report]] [[Image:Pdficon small.gif]] (45K PDF) Keep track of Varsity Scout letter and Denali Award progress dates and events.
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== See also ==
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* [[MeritBadgeDotOrg:Varsity Scouting | Varsity Scouting]]
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* [[Varsity Scout Letter]]
== External links ==
== External links ==
[[Category:Varsity]]
[[Category:Varsity]]
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* [http://www.usscouts.org/advance/boyscout/denali.html Denali Award] on the U.S. Scouting Service Project site.

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Denali Award. This award is worn on the flap of the left pocket.
Denali Award. This award is worn on the flap of the left pocket.

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Award requirements

The Denali Award is the highest award in Varsity Scouting. The award is named after Denali, an area that includes Mount McKinley in Alaska.

The Denali Award is presented to Varsity Scouts team's youth members who have already earned the Varsity Scout Letter.

1. Be a registered Varsity Scout team member.
2. Advance at least one rank in the Boy Scout program (or earning a palm for those who are already Eagle Scouts).
3. Serve in leadership positions in a Varsity Scout team for at least six months.
4. Perform the primary leadership role on at least two activities, and provide supportive leadership in the remaining in the five areas of emphasis. Program managers choose activities in their field of emphasis; team captains may serve as primary leader any of the five fields of emphasis.
5. Satisfy to the team captain that you know and live by the Varsity Scout Pledge.
6. Complete a progress review by a review board that includes a district or council representative and is lead by the advancement program manager.

Source: 2000 Varsity Scout Guidebook (34827A)

Notes

Help with these requirements

Scorecards

Print, trim and fold scorecard for a youth team member to retain in his possession, and keep track of his award requirements and progress:

Advancement records

See also

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