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Getting ideas for Eagle projects: Start with what you know

Andy Gao, a Boy Scout from Freehold Township, New Jersey, is good with computers.

So it makes perfect sense that, for his Eagle Scout project, he built six computers for a local community center.

“Students are required to use technology, such as computers, for homework and research,” Andy told a local newspaper. “I built the computers to help students be prepared for the technological world and because I have a deep-rooted passion in computers.”

It’s great advice. If you’re looking for something to do for an Eagle Scout project — or if you know someone who is — start with what you know.

Click here to read more about Andy’s project.

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2 Comments on Getting ideas for Eagle projects: Start with what you know

  1. Anonymous // May 29, 2015 at 6:09 pm // Reply

    cool

  2. This idea is great! Only a few questions 1.how hard was it to “build them” 2.would’t you buy them and set them up?3.is the community center like a library or a town hall?

    thank you,
    mycat

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