The Girl Scout Bronze Award is the highest honor a Junior Girl Scout, (grades 4th and 5th) can earn. The Girl Scout Bronze Award was created by a troop of Junior Girl Scouts from an individual council and introduced at Girl Scouts of the USA's 2001 National Meeting of Presidents and Executive Directors in Savannah, Georgia.
Project approval is the responsibility of the troop/group advisor. There is no council approval function for the Bronze Award. Assistance and support is just a phone call (303-607-4849) or an email away firstname.lastname@example.org
Bronze Award Requirements
The Journey Guidelines for the Bronze Award require the completion of one Junior Journey including the Take Action project. Detailed project information is provided in the Girl Guidelines and the Adult Guidelines. Individual girls can work toward the award by forming a team of their peers to help with the project. Team members do not have to be Girl Scouts when joining the Bronze Team.
The steps are: