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President's Volunteer Service Award

Guidelines for Troop 103 Members

We are proud to announce that the Boy Scout Troop 103  has been approved as a certifying organization for the President’s Volunteer Service Award. 
Presidential Volunteer Service Awards Pins

The President’s Volunteer Service Award is a highly coveted award that recognizes contributions of community service volunteers:  adults and youth, as well as families and groups who have demonstrated outstanding volunteer service and civic participation over the course of a 12-month period. To earn an award, volunteers must keep a record of volunteer activities and hours served. This record of service may be tracked online by creating a volunteer account at www.presidentialserviceawards.gov.   Registered Troop 103 Scouts and Adult Volunteers should register "Boy Scout Troop 103" as their certifying organization when creating their profile using our record of service key (ROS KEY) JWL-5086. To create an account to keep track of your community service hours, please go to https://www.presidentialserviceawards.gov/register-vo

All hours must be verified on letterhead stationary signed by an authorized representative of the service organization and submitted to us upon completion of the required minimum number of hours of service in a 12 month period. All verifiable service hours must be submitted to the Troop 103 PVSA Administrator by July 15 to allow sufficient time to verify the hours and order the awards in time for presentation at the Court of Honor in September.

Service hours are earned through a variety of non-profit organizations, including scouting activities.  Other opportunities include volunteer projects through religious organizations, schools, environmental groups, and community outreach programs.   

Service hours may not be court mandated, nor may you be paid for the hours served.  

In order to receive credit for service hours, you must present a certificate or letter, signed by the organizing group leader, verifying the hours served.  The letter should clearly state your name, date, the volunteer activity and organization, and the hours served.  
Hours by Award Bronze Silver Gold

Kids (5-10)

26 – 49

50 – 74

75 +

Teens (11–15)

50 – 74

75 – 99

100 +

Young Adults (16-25)

100 – 174

175 – 249

250 +

Adults (26 and older)

100 – 249

250 – 499

500+

Families and Groups*

200 – 499

500 – 999

1,000+

President’s Lifetime Achievement Award: Individuals who have completed 4,000 or more hours in their lifetime

* Two or more people, with each member contributing at least 25 hours toward the total

More information can be found at www.presidentialserviceawards.gov