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The Girl Scout Gold Award is the highest and most prestigious award that Girl Scout Seniors and Ambassadors can earn. When you decide to earn the Girl Scout Gold Award, you are on your honor to uphold the Standards of Excellence. These standards set a high benchmark for everything you do and invite you to think deeply, explore opportunities, and challenge yourself. Following the Standards of Excellence challenges you to develop yourself as a leader, achieve the Girl Scout Leadership Outcomes and make a mark on your community that creates a lasting impact on the lives of others.

 

gold_aw_starDownload the Girl Scout Gold Award Workbook (WORD | PDF)

Girl Scout Gold Award Letter of Intent

Download the Gold Award Ceremony Packet (WORD | PDF)

See also: Placement Guide

 

 

For more information on the Girl Scout Gold Award please contact Renee Naughton
at Rnaughton@cbgsc.org or 302-456-7150 ext. 7186.

 

Requirements for the Girl Scout Gold Award are:
• Submit Notice of Intent.
• Complete and earn the awards from two grade level Journeys. Register and attend a mandatory education workshop when you have started working on grade level Journey. If you earned the GS Silver Award, earn the awards from one grade-level Journey.
• Select a Take Action project that addresses a need in the community, provides service to non-Girl Scouts and is not something you have worked on previously.
• Submit a proposal to the review committee by the first of any month.
• Meet with Girl Scout Gold Award Review Committee for project approval.
• Once your Take Action project is completed, submit the Final Report from GSCB’s Gold Award Workbook.
• Project completion and Final Reports must be in the council office by September 30, 2013 to be included in the On My Honor Celebration.


Girl Scout Gold Award Educations

When a Girl Scout Senior or Ambassador has almost completed the prerequisites for starting the Girl Scout Gold Award, she must attend this mandatory workshop. This workshop will walk the girl through the steps of earning her Girl
Scout Gold Award. Questions about the award and its requirements will be answered.
WHEN: Please visit often for upcoming confirmed educations.
WHERE: Locations throughout the Delmarva Peninsula.
COST: $10 per girl.
NOTE: PRE–REQUISITES: Complete two grade level Journeys, or achieve the Girl Scout Silver Award and complete one Senior or Ambassador Journey. Includes workbook. Adult mentors should also attend this session. Min 12/Max 24.

 

Girl Scout Gold Award Proposal Reviews

Girl Scout Seniors and Ambassadors
All Girl Scout Seniors or Ambassadors who submit a Girl Scout Gold Award proposal must go before the Girl Scout Gold Award Committee to obtain project approval. Proposals must be submitted by the first business day of the month in order to be reviewed on the third Wednesday of the month.
WHEN:
November 20, 2013
December 18, 2013
January 15, 2014
February 19, 2014

March 19, 2014

April 16, 2014

May 21, 2014

June 18, 2014

July 16, 2014

August 20, 2014
WHERE: Pending population of proposals submitted.
COST: Free.
NOTE: The first four proposals submitted will be seen starting at 6:30 p.m. If you cannot make the scheduled review, please note on your proposal which day would work and we will try our best to accommodate you.

 

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The Girl Scout Silver Award is the highest award a Girl Scout Cadette can earn. It gives you the chance to show that you are a leader who is organized, determined, and dedicated to improving your community. Earning the award puts you among an exceptional group of girls who have used their knowledge and leadership skills to make a difference in the world.

 

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Download the Girl Scout Silver Award Workbook (WORD | PDF)
See also: Placement Guide

Girl Scout Silver Award Letter of Intent

 

 

For more information on the Girl Scout Silver Award please contact Renee Naughton
at Rnaughton@cbgsc.org or 302-456-7150 ext. 7186.

 

Requirements for the Girl Scout Silver Award:
• Submit Notice of Intent.
• Register and attend mandatory education workshop once you have started working on grade level Journey.
• Complete and earn the awards from one grade level Journey.
• Review and use the Girl Scout Silver Award Guidelines as a reference.
• Select a Take Action project that addresses a need in the community, provides service to non-Girl Scouts, and is not something you have worked on previously.
• Complete the Final Report from GSCB’s Silver Award Workbook (August 2012) when the project is completed.
• Final Reports should be completed by individual girls based on their own experience through the project.
• Project completion and Final Reports must be in the council office by September 30, 2013 to be included in the On My Honor Celebration.


Girl Scout Silver Award Educations
Girl Scout Cadettes (Grades 6–8)

When a Girl Scout Cadette has almost completed a Cadette Journey (MEdia!, Amaze! or Breathe) she must attend this mandatory workshop. This workshop will walk the girl and her mentor through the steps of achieving her Girl
Scout Silver Award.
WHEN: Please visit our Cadette calendar page often for upcoming confirmed educations.
WHERE: Locations throughout the Delmarva Peninsula.
COST: $10 per girl.
NOTE: Includes workbook. Adult mentors should also attend this session. Min 12/Max 24.

 

Girls earning the Girl Scout Silver Award will receive their awards at the annual On My Honor Ceremony.
This year's event will be December 1, 2013. Visit our "OMH" page for more details.

 

 

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The Girl Scout Bronze Award is the highest honor a Girl Scout Junior (grades 4 and 5) can achieve.
When you go for the Girl Scout Bronze Award, you represent what Girl Scouts can achieve in their communities.
And of course, you want to do that in a way that’s fun for you – and for everyone else involved, too! Imagine what you can accomplish when you team up with others and use your special skills and interests to take action and make a difference in the world!

Bronze_aw_starDownload the Girl Scout Bronze Award Workbook(WORD | PDF)
See Junior Handbook for complete details on this prestigious award.
See also: Placement Guide

Girl Scout Bronze Award letter of intent

 

 

Requirements for the Girl Scout Bronze Award:
• Submit Notice of Intent.
• Review and use the Girl Scout Bronze Award Guidelines as a reference.
• Complete and earn the awards from one grade-level Journey.
• Select a Take Action project that addresses a need in the community, provides service to either Girl Scouts or their local community and is not something you worked on previously.
• Take Action projects must be a minimum of 20 hours, including girls’ individual tasks.
• Work with your troop members on this award.
• Complete the Final Report from GSCB’s Bronze Award Workbook (August 2012) when the project is completed.
• Final Reports should be completed by individual girls based on their own experience throughout the project.
• Take pictures of the progress of your Take Action Project.
• Project completion and Final Reports must be in the council office by September 30, 2013 to be included in the On My Honor Celebration.

 

For more information on the Girl Scout Bronze Award please contact Kim Dickerson at kdickerson@cbgsc.org or
302-456-7150 ext. 7164.

For more information on nationally recognized awards, please visit the insignia section of the GSUSA website.

 
 
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