The youth award is a patch worn below the left pocket. It is the only Cub Scout award that can be worn on the Boy Scout uniform. There is also a metal pin version, which can be worn instead of the patch, in the same place.
Many churches have different religious awards for different age groups. These can be represented by miniature pins worn on the square knot. You'll notice I have two miniature pins here. One for Cub Scouts, the other for Boy Scouts.
As a Cub Scout in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints I earned the Faith in God award. This medallion was discontinued in 2001. With recent changes in children and youth programs in the church, it is unclear what religious awards will be available for church members who continue as Scouts.
This square knot represents the Eagle Scout award. I sometimes wear my gold eagle palm on the square knot in the same way I wear the miniature pins on my youth religious knot.
One of my uniforms has this knot in place of the regular Eagle Scout knot. It represents my lifetime membership to the National Eagle Scout Association. The knot is the same but has a silver border.
Requirements for the different training awards can be found here.
Other Awards and Recognitions
This pin is not the only award available in the Heart of Scouting program, but it is the only one leaders can earn.
More information about this program can be found here.
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There are other "ring" patches out there to surround the world crest but, in my opinion, this is the only one worth having.
Oh, and "I used to be a bear...."
I earned a third bead by serving on staff.
Wood Badge Staff - 2011 (W2-591-11-10) - Troop Guide
Wood Badge Staff - 2012 (W2-591-12-7) - Troop Guide
Wood Badge Staff - 2013 (W2-591-13- ?) - Assistant Scoutmaster--Troop Guides
Wood Badge Staff - 2017 (W2-591-17- 9) - Assistant Scoutmaster--Program (course cancelled)
Wood Badge Staff - 2018 (W2-591-18-6) - Scoutmaster (course cancelled)
Wood Badge Staff - 2019 (W2-591-19-4) - Assistant Scribe (course cancelled)