Brotherhood is the only honor in the Order of the Arrow that a member can pursue on his own. An Arrowman is nominated as an Ordeal Candidate by their peers in their Troop, and is nominated as a Vigil Candidate by their peers in the Order, but they must seek the Brotherhood Honor of their own volition.
- Memorize the sign of Order of the Arrow membership
- Completed at least 6 months service as an Ordeal Member
- Advance in your understanding of the Ordeal.
- Serve your unit. Retain your registration in Scouting.
- Plan for service in your lodge.
- Review your progress
For more information on these requirements, consult your Order of the Arrow membership handbook or your Chapter Adviser. Also please write a brief letter explaining these points:
- What the obligation means to you
- What you have done to serve your chapter and your unit
- What you plan to do in the future.
We hope to see you continue your service to Scouting and to the Order of the Arrow, and receiving your Brotherhood is the right path to do so.