Every Girl Scout goes above and beyond to make a difference in her community and the greater world. The skills and experiences she gains along the way set her up for special recognition through the Gold, Silver, and Bronze Awards.
All three awards give girls the chance to do big things while supporting issues they care about.
As you earn one of Girl Scouts’ highest awards, you’ll change your corner of the world—and beyond. The possibilities are endless.
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.
This updated Highest Award guidelines document provides clarifications for the guidelines document distributed on March 25, 2020. Please note a few key clarifications:
- Girl Scouts should have a project identified, a plan in place and be ready to take action no later than September 30, 2020. Given that each council handles highest award project tracking, approvals, and recognitions differently, Girl Scouts should follow local council guidelines and procedures.
- Graduating 12th-grade Ambassadors should plan to have an adult membership in order to use the extension.
- These guidelines are approved for distribution to volunteers, girls, and families—and include coaching tips for girls.
- Girl Scouts is offering a three-month deadline extension from September 30 to December 31, 2020, for Girl Scouts who are graduating from 5th grade (Juniors who seek to earn the Bronze Award), 8th grade (Cadettes who seek to earn the Silver Award) and 12th grade (Ambassadors who seek to earn the Gold Award) this year. These Girl Scouts will bridge to the next program level officially on October 1, 2020, and, without this extension, they would be no longer be eligible to earn the Bronze, Silver, or Gold Award, respectively.
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