It all starts here. Juniors team up with fellow Girl Scouts to explore their community, discover a need or issue they care about, and work together to address it. It’s a chance to create a plan and make an impact on the community they live in.
Are in fourth or fifth grade
Are a registered Girl Scout Junior
Have completed a Junior Journey
Explore your community
Decide on a project to work on
Make a plan of action
Put your plan in motion
Several community organizations support youth led projects:
Bronze Award Projects are approved by the adult (troop leader, project advisor, or parent/guardian) working alongside the Girl Scout(s) after making sure the project plan meets all required guidelines. Submit one Final Report per project to GSWISE upon project completion (but no later than Sept. 30 after Girl Scouts complete 5th grade).
We built and stocked a sled shed so our community could enjoy a winter activity.
We built, decorated, and donated Eastern screech owl nest boxes.