Merit Badges

Upcoming Merit Badge Classes

Merit Badge Workshops at Wildlife Safari Park and at the Henry Doorly Zoo  - View a full list of classes at   (wildlifesafaripark.com/scouting) and Scout Programs (centaman.net). 


January 13th in Omaha, Nebraska at UNO's Mammel Hall

Offerings include: Communication*, Salesmanship, Inventing, Animation, Soil and Water Conservation, Environmental Sci *, Cit in World*, Cit in Nation*, Personal Fitness*, Digital Technology, Emergency Prep*, Dentistry, Music, Law, Native Heritage (Indian Lore), Chemistry, Veterinary Medicine, Cit in the Community *, and Public Speaking

Adult Offering include: Mental Health First Aid and a Scoutbook Q & A

Learn more and register here!


Virtual Merit Badge Opportunities See a post on our facebook Group for merit badge classes sponsored by the Northwest District of Montana Council


If you have a Merit Badge Opportunity to share, please email it to troop99ne@gmail.com. 

How to Earn a Merit Badge and Other FAQs related to Merit Badges

Merit Badges are earned by completing the requirements for the badge, under the approval and supervision of a Merit Badge Counselor. A Merit Badge Application (blue card) must be completed by the scout for each merit badge, and signed by the approved Merit Badge counselor in order for a scout to earn the badge.


(Click above to review the merit badge process)


Need to submit your BLUE CARDS (Merit Badge Application)? See Mrs. Strunc during a Troop meeting or contact her directly. BLUE CARD MUST BE SUBMITTED IN ORDER TO EARN A MERIT BADGE.

EAGLE REQUIRED MERIT BADGES

A total of 21 merit badges must be earned for the Eagle Scout rank, including these 14 merit required badges: 

Refer to the latest Scouts BSA Requirements book for merit badge requirements updates.