Welcome to the Girl Scout Bronze Award, the highest honor a Girl Scout Junior can achieve. As you and your team plan and complete your project, you'll 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 guidelines to find out how.
You can pursue your Girl Scout Bronze Award if:
You're in fourth or fifth grade (or equivalent)
You're a registered Girl Scout Junior
You have completed a Junior Journey
Girl Scout Bronze Award Steps
Build your Girl Scout Junior team
Explore your community
Choose your Bronze Award project
Make a plan
Put your plan in motion
Spread the word
GSWISE Bronze Award Virtual Training
Designed for Girl Scout Juniors, parents, and volunteers, this training covers the Girl Scout Bronze Award requirements and provides several tips and tools for girls to be successful.
Other GSWISE Bronze Award Resources
- Final Report Form
- Frequently Asked Questions
- Community Mapping Activity
- Press Kit for Highest Awards
- Project Ideas
- Guía Medalla de Bronce
Guía para voluntarias adultas
View the 2017 Highest Awards Celebration Program.
Girl Scout Juniors must be completed with their projects and submit a Final Report Form to GSWISE prior to becoming Girl Scout Cadettes. This deadline is September 30 after girls complete fifth grade.
Bronze Award projects are approved at the troop level. Adults working with girls (troop leaders, project advisors, group volunteers, etc.) and the girls themselves help to ensure the project meets all of the required guidelines found in the Bronze Award Girl Guidelines. Once final reports are submitted, girls should consider their Bronze Award complete. Girls and their listed troop leader will receive a confirmation email letting them know that their final report was received.
Girl Scout Awards Celebration
The Girl Scout Award Celebration is an opportunity for girls who have earned the Girl Scout Bronze, Silver, and Gold Awards to be recognized for their accomplishments. We encourage families, troop leaders, and project advisors to attend. Girls wishing to be recognized at the upcoming spring recognition event must submit all final reports by the annual deadline of February 1.
Invitations will be mailed to girls/troops eligible for recognition in March.
Several community organizations support youth led projects: