The Girl Scout Bronze Award is a leadership adventure and the highest honor a Girl Scout Junior can achieve. As Girl Scouts and their teams plan and complete their projects, they'll develop confidence, meet new people, and have the kind of fun that happens when you work with other Girl Scouts to make a difference.
Earning the Girl Scout Bronze Award involves completing a Girl Scout Journey and dedicating a minimum of 20 hours towards a Take Action project that addresses a community need. These hours can be spent building the Bronze Award team, exploring the community, choosing the project, planning it, putting the plan in motion, and spreading the word about the project.
Download the Bronze Award Guidelines to learn more.
Girl Scouts implement a 20-hour (minimum) Take Action project that will have a great impact on their community. Troops should keep an accurate time log recording hours for their project. Once the criteria has been met, Troop Leaders/Caregivers are required to complete the Bronze Award Submission Form answering the following questions.
Once your Girl Scouts have completed their Bronze Award Project, add their projects to the GSUSA Girl Changing the World Map.
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