Girl Scout Bronze Award
The Girl Scout Bronze Award, a leadership adventure for you and more than half a million other Girl Scout Juniors, across the country and around the world. The Girl Scout Bronze Award is the highest honor a Girl Scout Junior can achieve. As you and your troop or team plans and completes the project, you’ll develop more confidence, meet new people, and have fun when you work with other Girl Scouts to make a difference in your community.
All projects under the Studio 2B guidelines have until September 30, 2011 to turn in final paperwork. Under no circumstance will any project proposal or final report under the Studio 2B guide lines will be accepted after this date.
Here are the steps you’ll take to earn your Girl Scout Bronze Award:
- Go on a Girl Scout Junior journey.
- Build your Girl Scout Junior team.
- Explore your community.
- Choose your Girl Scout Bronze Award project.
- Make a plan.
- Put your plan in motion.
- Spread the word.
Earning the Girl Scout Bronze Award involves the time to complete a journey, and then a suggested minimum of 20 hours building your team, exploring your community, choosing your project, planning it, putting your plan in motion, and spreading the word about your project. Once your project is completed, your leader will sign off that you have earned the Bronze Award. After that, you will want to turn in your completed paper work into your regional Girl Scout office. From there you will have your name published in the Spirit of the Plains to display the great achievement you have earned.