Whether you are in search of a membership petition, an Abbott Scholarship application, or the program for an upcoming annual meeting, we’ve got you covered. Here you will find an assortment of the most commonly requested forms and documents.
NMJ Pocket Petition
Our easy to complete pocket petition is the perfect solution for those wishing to join the Scottish Rite. Download our universal NMJ pocket petition today! Please note that Valley specific information will need to be completed by the applicant and/or signers.
Brother To Brother Card Request
The Brother-to-Brother program is designed to provide a means for a member to request that a Brother be sent a personal card Get Well or Thinking of you card from the Sovereign Grand Commander. Do you know a member that would benefit by receiving a get well or encouragement card. If so, simply complete the form and submit your request.
Supreme Council Dress Code
Headed to a Supreme Council event and not entirely sure of the dress code? Perhaps you see a level of dress suggested but are unsure of the specifics. Download a copy of the Supreme Council Dress Code Guide which will help answer all of your casual to formal dress questions.
Abbott Scholarship Application Form
Named for Leon M. Abbott, Sovereign Grand Commander from 1921 to 1932,the Scholarship Program provides financial support for the continuing undergraduate education of young men and women from Scottish Rite families and Masonic-related youth groups. Since 1951, more than $15 million has been awarded to students from each state of the Northern Masonic Jurisdiction. Individual applications must be submitted to the home valley which in turn will be submitted to state Councils of Deliberation and then on to Supreme Council. Please contact your local valley for specific deadline information.
Scottish Rite Americanism Award (ROTC/JROTC)
The Scottish Rite Americanism Award recognizes high school youth enrolled in the Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps (JROTC) with an award for their scholastic excellence and demonstrated ideals of Americanism. It is awarded to those enrolled in the Reserve Officers Training Corps (ROTC) program who have an academic standing in the top 25 percent of their class and who encourage and demonstrate patriotism by deeds or conduct during participation in extracurricular activities or community projects. The recipient receives three recognitions: a certificate suitable for framing, a medal engraved with the Scottish Rite Double-headed Eagle, and ROTC Education and Americanism; and a ribbon which, like the medal can be worn with the ROTC uniform.
You can also find a complete program description by clicking on the Programs Page link or by navigating to it via the "About Us" tab dropdown on the main menu.