Tools for your GoGold Journey
- Gold Award Letter of Intent - This is your first step! You will be contacted by GSCB staff and sent additional materials. Most importantly, you will be assigned a Gold Award Mentor at this time. Working with your mentor is extremely important and crucial to completion of your Gold Award Proposal and Final Project.
- Your Guide to Going Gold - This is a newly updated resource to reflect process changes as of September 2022. This workbook must be reviewed. It will provide you with step-by-step instruction, detailed requirements and checklists to help you along the way.
- Gold Award Training - This is required and can be completed in-person or virtually through gsLearn. More information about training will be shared with you after submission of your Letter of Intent. View upcoming in-person training opportunities.
- Gold Award Money Earning Application - This form is required if you would like to complete additional money earning activities for your Gold Award project.
- Additional Activity Insurance - If hosting any events involving attendees or volunteers who are not current, registered Girl Scout members, it is strongly recommended that you purchase additional insurance.
- Gold Award Checklist - This helpful checklist will help keep you on track through every phase of your project.
- Gold Award Proposal Rubric | Gold Award Final Report Rubric - These rubrics are the standards that Gold Award Proposals and Final Reports are held to. Refer to them throughout your Gold Award journey.
Resources for Gold Award Supporters
- Project Advisor Guide (PDF)
- Parent/Caregiver Guide (PDF)
- Troop Leader Guide (PDF)
- Leaders and Adults - We recommend that you also review the Your Guide to Going Gold. The required Gold Award Training for Girl Scouts in gsLearn is also available to supporting adults interested in completing it. If you are interested, please contact email@example.com.