Girl Scout Bronze Award®
The Girl Scout Bronze Award
The Girl Scout Bronze Award is the highest award a Girl Scout Junior can earn. As girls take this leadership adventure they will develop confidence, meet new people, and have the kind of fun that happens when you work with other Girl Scouts to make a difference.
Girls must work on the Girl Scout Bronze Award as a team. The possibilities are opened up when girls team up with others to use their special skills and interests to take action. Once the girls complete a Girl Scout Junior journey, the Girl Scout Bronze Award Guidelines for Girl Scout Juniors will take them through the steps to earn their award. The steps take girls through building their team, exploring their community, choosing a project, planning it, putting that plan into motion and spreading the word about the project.
The Girl Scout Bronze Award guides girls to take action with an award project that improves their Girl Scout or local community. The outreach to the community and understanding the possible sustainability of their Girl Scout Bronze Award project is what separates this highest award from a service project.
The Girl Scout Bronze Award Guidelines for Girl Scout Juniors and The Girl Scout Bronze Award Troop/Group Volunteer Guide provide information, tools and coaching tips for girls as well as leaders and adult volunteers.
|Bronze Award Guidelines 2014.pdf||533.17 kB||2015-03-19|
|Bronze Award Highlights 2014.pdf||341.74 kB||2015-01-12|
|Bronze Guides Adults 2014.pdf||514.51 kB||2015-01-12|
|Bronze Triangle 2014.pdf||445.52 kB||2015-01-12|
|Girl Scout Bronze Award Final Report.pdf||232.99 kB||2015-03-19|