Part of being a Girl Scout is earning awards. Each award has guidelines, requirements, deadlines and workshops to help you get started and define your vision. Girls can work as a team or solo, along with the help of their troop leaders/advisors.
|The Girl Scout Gold Award, the highest award in Girl Scouts, focuses on a Girl Scout Senior or Ambassador’s interests and personal journey through leadership skills, career explorations, reflection, and advocacy.|
|The Girl Scout Silver Award symbolizes a Girl Scout Cadette’s accomplishments in her Girl Scout and local communities as she discovers her strengths and takes action to make the world a better place.|
|The Girl Scout Bronze Award symbolizes a Girl Scout Junior’s commitment to recognizing her responsibility to her community as she connects with others to make a difference.|
|The Silver Trefoil Award is a GSCNC award that focuses on community service. A girl may receive this award by providing 100 hours of service to the international and Girl Scout communities, as well as the local and federal government.|
Talk to your troop leader/advisor or visit GSCNC’s Teens Award section to learn more.