Girl Scout Bronze Award
The Girl Scout Bronze Award is the highest honor a Junior Girl Scout in grades 4th or 5th can achieve. As you and your team plan and complete your project, you’ll develop more confidence, meet new people, and have the kind of fun that happens when you work with other Girl Scouts to make a difference.
Here are the steps you’ll take to earn your Girl Scout Bronze Award:
- Attend the Building Bronze girl training.
- Complete a Girl Scout .
- Build your Girl Scout Junior team.
- Explore your community.
- Choose your Girl Scout Bronze Award project.
- Make a plan.
- Submit a Girl Scout Bronze Award Project Plan for council approval
- Put your plan in motion.
- Complete a Final Project Report for council approval to receive your recognition.
- Spread the word.
When you go for the 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!
Earning the Girl Scout Bronze Award involves:
- the time to complete a journey
- a 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. The suggested hours help you think about your commitment to doing your very best with each step. That's different for every Girl Scout, so these hours aren't a rule, just a friendly reminder. You’re a Girl Scout, which means you will earn your award with courage, confidence, and character and make a difference in the world around you!
For more information, see the Girl Scout Junior Handbook.
Last Modified: 5/17/2013 5:15 PM