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Girl Scouts earning their Bronze Award

Bronze Award Girl Scouts

When Girl Scout Juniors team up to make a difference in their community, they learn important leadership skills, discover new passions, and watch how seemingly small actions make a big difference. It all adds up to the Girl Scout Bronze Award—the highest honor a Junior can achieve. Download the Bronze Award guidelines to find out how.

Girl Scout Bronze Award pin
You can pursue your Girl Scout Bronze Award if:
 
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You're in fourth or fifth grade (or equivalent)
 

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You're a registered Girl Scout Junior
 

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You have completed a Junior Journey



Girl Scout Bronze Award Steps

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Build your Girl Scout Junior team
 

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Explore your community
 

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Choose your Bronze Award project
 

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Make a plan
 

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Put your plan in motion
 

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Spread the word

Girl Scout Bronze Award Steps

Here is a check list of requirements to complete your Bronze Award!

  • Complete a Junior Journey, either independently as a Juliette or with your Troop.
  • Find a partner in the community to work with, either by brainstorming it yourself or by referring to the GSNMT website for community partners.
  • Submit a Bronze Award Intent Form (form found below).
  • Submit any applications for fundraising or in-kind donations to Council—Keep in mind that you must be approved for fundraising prior to completion of the project. Refer to Volunteer Essentials for a detailed description of GSNMT’s policies.
  • Complete 20 hours of service on the approved project—documenting all the fun along the way!
  • Submit Final Report to the Bronze Award Liaison.  
Bronze Award Forms & Resources

Girl Scout Bronze Award Forms

Bronze take action projects should be submitted by September 30th of the Girl Scout year to be honored at the annual awards ceremony.

Project Fundraising

Girls can solicit funds as donations via donation letters.  Anything under $249 can be deposited directly into the girl’s troop account; anything over $250 must come to the council and then we will re-issue the funds upon completion of the Opportunity Fund form and send the check to the troop.  All High Award project monies must be retained by the troop since the girl has no individual “girl account”.

Girl Scouts should work closely with their troop leader for possible troop donations towards her project.  Of course, this would be voted on by the troop so all troop girls have an equal say as to if the troop should support their fellow Girl Scout.

The following  are some examples of fundraising activities that are permitted:

  • bake sale
  • car washes

GoFundMe is not permitted.

Troop Leaders should submit the Activity/Money Earning Application on behalf of the girl.  A parent/guardian may submit on behalf of Juliette Girl Scouts. 

Money Earning Notification Form

If you need support along the way, remember you can always ask for help and refer to the resources listed below:

  • Council Bronze Award Liaison, Cecilia Chavez (505) 343-1040
  • Your Junior Journey
  • The Bronze Award Documents above