Bronze Award
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Bronze Award

The Girl Scout Bronze Award

A leadership adventure and the highest honor a Girl Scout Junior can achieve.

As girls and their teams plan and complete their projects, they'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.

Download the Bronze Award Manual to find out how.


COVID-19 Updates

Are you a 2020 Bronze Award Girl Scout? To honor your Girl Scout's hard work in completing her Bronze Award, we’d like to feature her on our social media platforms. To learn more on how you can be featured, please complete at Bronze Award Media Submission form.


How to earn the Bronze Award:

Complete Prerequisites

Girl Scout Juniors (fourth or fifth grade) can go for their Bronze Award after completing a Junior Journey.

Steps Toward Completing the Girl Scout Bronze Award
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Build your Girl Scout Junior team.

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Explore your community and identify an issue.

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Choose your Bronze Award project.

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Make a plan to address the issue.

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Put your plan in motion.

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Spread the word.


Special Note to Leaders:

Once your Girl Scouts have completed their Gold Award Project, add their projects to the GSUSA Girl Changing the World Map.

For more information on the Bronze Award, and for upcoming training dates, please contact Marlinda Cesar.