Bronze. Silver. Gold. These represent the highest honors a Girl Scout can earn.
All three awards give you the chance to do big things while working on an issue you care about. Whether you want to plant a community garden at your school and inspire others to eat healthily for your Bronze, advocate for animal rights for your Silver, or build a career network that encourages girls to become scientists and engineers for your Gold, you’ll inspire others (and yourself).
Also a given: as you earn one of Girl Scouting’s highest awards, you’ll change your corner of the world—and maybe even beyond. The possibilities are endless.
Want to see what others have done to earn their award? For inspiration, check out examples of Bronze, Silver, and Gold Award projects via Girl Scouts of the USA’s Map It: Girls Changing the World.
Join us for the Bronze / Silver / Gold Award Training.
Are you ready to start working on your Bronze (Junior), Silver (Cadette), or Gold (Senior/Ambassador) Award? Look through the resources and forms here on the GSNMT website to get ideas and to learn the process.
Have questions? Contact the Award Liaison at awards@NMGirlScouts.org or call 505.923.2525.
Since 1916, the highest award in Girl Scouting has been earned by girls who have made meaningful, sustainable change in their communities and beyond. Now, 100 years later, the Girl Scout Gold Award is the highest honor a Girl Scout can achieve.
Join Girl Scouts of New Mexico Trails CEO Peggy Sanchez Mills and special guest speakers at the Governor’s Mansion in Santa Fe to celebrate these Gold Award Girl Scouts, past and present, who are making the world a better place.
Wednesday, June 22, 2016 from 6:00 PM to
Governor's Mansion - Santa Fe, NM
Have questions about Gold Award Centennial Celebration? Contact Girl Scouts of New Mexico Trails