“Your project will continue to have a life of its own outside of you, and the legacy of what you’ve done will live on within others.”
Category: Gold Award
Gold Award Girl Scouts are leading positive change in their communities and the world. Through Take Action projects, Gold Award Girl Scouts raise awareness of critical issues, empower vulnerable groups, and make their neighborhoods better and brighter for everyone. This year, we’re celebrating 291 GSGLA Girl Scouts who’ve earned Girl Scouting’s highest honor. Among them
The school year’s winding down and troops are bridging to the next level—but we’re gearing up for the Gold Award Ceremony on June 3, where we’ll be honoring 256 Girl Scouts who’ve earned Girl Scouting’s highest achievement: the Gold Award. In order to earn the honor, Girl Scouts must complete a large-scale Take Action project
“If you want to make a big impact, you can’t be afraid to think big too.”
For 100 years, Girl Scouting’s highest honor has stood for excellence and leadership. But not everyone knows what the Girl Scout Gold Award is (unlike other youth honors you may know). In fact, since 1916, one million girls have obtained the highest award in Girl Scouts, and have accomplished amazing feats and made a difference around the world.
Thinking about “going for gold” and working toward your Girl Scout Gold Award? Or know a Girl Scout who is? Guest blogger and Girl Advisory Bureau member Abby B. shares her Gold Award experience with us—inspiration for all girls striving to earn Girl Scouting’s highest honor. (And inspiration for staying in Girl Scouts through high school!) Check out Abby’s story
What does the Girl Scout Gold Award mean to you? We’ve been celebrating the centennial of the Gold Award throughout the year, from our 2016 Gold Award Ceremony to our trip to the State Capitol. And we’re still striving to raise awareness about the Gold Award—the highest honor a Girl Scout can achieve, representing excellence and leadership. In a recent