Denali Award. This award is worn on the flap of the left pocket.
Denali Award requirements
- Be a registered Varsity Scout team member.
- Advance at least one rank in the Boy Scout program (or earn a Palm for those who are already Eagle Scouts).
- Hold leadership positions in a Varsity Scout team for at least six months.
- While serving as team captain or program manager, act as primary leader on at least two activities. Program managers should choose activities in their the field of emphasis. Team captains may serve as primary leader any of the five fields of emphasis.
- While serving as program manager or team captain, demonstrate shared leadership skills in supporting roles in each of the three remaining fields of emphasis.
- Demonstrate that you possess Scout Spirit by understanding and living by the Scout Oath and Scout Law. Tell how you have done your duty to God and how you have lived each of the twelve points of the Scout Law in your everyday life.
- Complete a progress review by a review board that includes a district or council representative and is lead by the advancement program manager.
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Varsity Scout Handbook, 2000 Edition (BSA Supply No. 34827A)
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- 1. Only Varsity Scouts are eligible to earn the Denali Award. Boy Scouts registered in a troop's Venture patrol may earn the Venture Patrol Letter but not the Denali Award.
- 2. As of 2007, there is no knot badge for the Denali Award.
- 3. Council or district representation at the Denali progress review (board of review) is no longer required.
Help with these requirements
Print, trim and fold scorecard for a youth team member to retain in his possession, and keep track of his award requirements and progress: