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Girl Awards

Gold, Silver & Bronze Awards

for Ambassadors, Seniors, Cadettes and Juniors

 

Each is a journey through leadership skills, career explorations, self-improvement, and service. To receive these awards, girls must meet requirements that help them prepare for, and complete, a special project benefiting their communities.

It's your chance to make a difference in the world! As a Girl Scout Gold, Silver or even Bronze awardee, the honors you receive will bring hope, pride and inspiration to your community for years to come. This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it  with questions regarding awards for girls today.

 

Update of Girl Scout Awards Requirements (Click here to download the document) 

 

What are the options for the current membership year to earn the Girl Scout Gold, Silver, Bronze Awards?

Girls may earn the Girl Scout Bronze, Silver, or Gold Awards following the existing requirements. Girls will need to complete all projects by September 30, 2011.

OR

Girls may earn the Girl Scout Bronze, Silver, or Gold Awards following the new requirements utilizing the following age levels for earning the awards:

Bronze Award: Earned by Juniors (4th-5th grade)
Silver Award: Earned by Cadettes (6th-8th grade)
Gold Award: Earned by Seniors or Ambassadors (9th-12th grade)


Questions: Contact Rebecca Taylor at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

 

Note: Alll Gold Award proposals must be submitted at least 6 weeks before starting their project.

 

Gold Award
Girl Scouts Gold AwardThe Gold Award is highest level of Girl Scout achievement. This award recognizes the Senior & Ambassador Girl Scout’s commitment to herself, her community, and her future. The girl who goes for the Gold embraces challenges, achieves excellence, and works diligently to make the world a better place, in her own unique way. Her leadership, vision, and boundless energy is an inspiration to all Girl Scouts. Girls who earn their Gold Award are recognized by the President of the United States, the U.S. Congress, the U.S. Armed Services, state legislatures, colleges and universities for admission and scholarship opportunities, and the American Legion. 

Note: Alll Gold Award proposals must be submitted to the Gold Award Committe at least 6 weeks prior to beginning their Take Action project. All final reports for all Girl Awards are due by no later than March 15 of each year in order for the recipient  to be included in that year's Girl Awrds Ceremony.

Gold Award Application/Project Proposal

Gold Award Final Report

Gold Award Packet/Guide

For examples of recent Gold Award Take Action projects, click here.
 

Silver Award
award_silverThe Silver Award is the highest award a Cadette Girl Scout can earn. This Award symbolizes a Cadette Girl Scout's accomplishments in Girl Scouting and community activities as she matures and works to better her life and the lives of others. Several girls can work together on an extensive project, provided that each girl has her own standalone, individual Silver project within the big project.

Silver Award Report Form

Silver Award Packet/Guide

 

 

Bronze Award
award_bronzeThe Bronze Award is the highest award a Junior Girl Scout can earn. This Award recognizes that a Junior Girl Scout has gained the leadership and planning skills required to follow through with a project that makes a positive difference in her community. The leader or advisor who is working closely with the girl(s) pursuing the award decide whether the requirements have been met.

 

Religious Recognitions

Please click here for a full list of religious recognitions and related information.