Girl Scout Bronze Award Process
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The Girl Scout Bronze Award is the highest award a Junior can earn. Working towards this award demonstrates her commitment to helping others, improving her community and the world, and becoming the best she can be.
Bronze Award Process
The Girl Scout Bronze Award requirements are in transition. Click here for information about the Transition and for the Transition Timeline. Regardless of which set of guidelines (outgoing or Journey) they choose, girls must follow that set of guidelines until they complete the project.
Upon completing the prerequisites (or near completion), girls must:
- Formulate a project plan
- Get project approval from the Troop Leader
Once the proposal is approved, the candidate may begin her project. Upon completion of the Bronze Award project, the Troop Leader may purchase the Bronze Award pins at any GSGLA retail shop (at the service centers).
All of the requirements for the Bronze Award must be met before leaving Junior Girl Scouts. Earning a Bronze Award is not a prerequisite for the Girl Scout Silver Award (for Cadette Girl Scouts) or the Girl Scout Gold Award (for Girl Scouts grades 10-12).
Bronze Award Project
The Bronze Award project is the culmination of all the work a girl puts into achieving this award. Girls may work on the award individually or in a group.
Bronze Award Ceremony
While GSGLA is extremely proud of our Bronze Award honorees, Bronze Award Ceremonies are hosted and coordinated at the troop level (at the troop's discretion).