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Girl Scouts earning their Bronze Award

Bronze Award Girl Scouts

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 Your Guide to Going Bronze to find out how. Bronze awards are leader approved and recipients are recognized by their regions. Final reports are submitted to Council by March 1 of each year to

Girl Scout Bronze Award pin

Download Your Guide to Going Bronze

Troop Leader? Parent of a Junior Girl Scout or Individually Registered Junior Girl Scout? We have Tips for Adult Volunteers to assist you as you support her in pursuing this highest award. 

Download Guide to Going Bronze Tips for Adult Volunteers

Need more? There is an online training just for adults. Click here.

Or go to MyGS, log in using your community password and click on gsLearn. Go into the content library and click on the Bronze Award Training. 

Need even more? Click here to launch an at-home activity to do with your troop. Hosted by a 2019 National Gold Award Girl Scout, she'll  get them started playing a community detective.

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


Already working on your Bronze Award?
Complete your Bronze Award Final Report here!

Each girl must have their own individual Final Report.*

*Once you open the fillable Bronze Award Final Report, perform a "save as" of the file to your desktop. This will break the link with the website. You can now type in the information that is the same for all team members. Save this version as your master. Then go back in and type in each girls personal information and save a copy of each file. Example: 20XX Bronze Final Smith, Mary. You can now email each of the individual reports in one email to