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Girls’ Highest Awards
Remember, your Girl Scout Bronze, Silver, and Gold Award projects should have strong elements of advocacy, education, and sustainability.
Advocacy: “Are you raising awareness of an issue within your community?”
Education: “Are you letting others within your community know how they can help combat this issue?”
Sustainability: “Is your project legacy continuing after you have completed your project?”
Bronze Award The Girl Scout Bronze Award is the highest award a registered Girl Scout Junior can achieve. This leadership adventure will offer you and your team the opportunity to develop more confidence, meet new people, and have fun while making a difference toward issues that are important to you! When you make the decision to earn your Girl Scout Bronze Award, these are the steps you’ll take:
Silver Award Do you see issues in your neighborhood or school and have a desire to make it better? When you earnthe Girl Scout Silver Award – the highest award a registered Girl Scout Cadette can earn – you have an opportunity to show that you are a leader who is organized, determined, and dedicated to improving your community. When you make the decision to earn your Girl Scout Silver Award, these are the steps you’ll take:
Gold Award The process of earning the Girl Scout Gold Award—the highest award a Girl Scout Senior or Girl Scout Ambassador can earn—puts you in a unique position to take action in your community to make the world a better place. You will be joining the ranks of generations of young women who have made a difference in their communities both locally and globally. Fulfilling the requirements for the Girl Scout Gold Award starts with completing two Senior or Ambassador journeys or having earned the Silver Award and completing one Senior or Ambassador journey, along with the following steps:
Gold Award final reports are due by March 14, 2014 in order to be recognized at the Council Ceremony to be held in or around June 2014.