Girls must complete the Gold Award Final Report Form in its entirety.
Through this leadership experience, girls will gain specific skills
including content knowledge of their cause, develop specific values
and discover what they stand for, leading to changes in attitudes and behavior.
It is important that their final report reflects the person they’ve
become through their leadership journey.
It is paramount, and our committee is requesting, that all Final
Reports submissions are presented in a binder, type or neatly legible
penmanship (please check proper grammar and spelling), all questions
answered in a separate Word document, must have leader or advisor
signatures, a tallied time log, and finally that it contains
supporting documentation; pictures, links to websites, blogs and/or
screen shots of any social media and copies of flyers/surveys, notes
and anything that tell us their story—their accomplishments.
This is the first leadership portfolio for most girls and it should
be presented with pride because it illustrates who they are.