Becoming Eagle Scout is a hard task that dedicated scouters can conquer. They must go through many merit badges that teach them many of the things necessary to survive outdoors and also many life strategies outside of scouting, or outdoors. A total of 21 merit badges, 13 of which are required.
After earning the Eagle title, you can advance by earning Eagle Palms. They are earned through various methods. Some including being active three months after advancing to Eagle, earning five more merit badges (up to fifteen, earning three palms), and living the scout oath and law in your daily life.
As stated before, Eagle Scouts can earn Eagle Palms if they’re active in the troop, or other means. But, being active can consist of them helping other scouts on earning their Eagle, (of course) participating until they’ve achieved more merit badges, and (also, of course) serving in campouts as normal, and other such activities.