Gold Award

What is a Gold Award Project Advisor?

The project advisor should be identified in the planning phase before the Girl Scout Gold Award Project Proposal is turned in to the council. The project advisor expands the network of adults and provides exper...

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Gold Award Hangout

The Gold Award Hangout is used to inspire and encourage girls to GoGold! The Gold Award training is very specific about the requirements and much more in-depth. Girls should take the Gold Award training either...

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Why does my project have to be outside of Girl Scouts?

Final Take Action Projects for the Girl Scout Bronze Award may focus on service in support of the Girl Scout movement, while Take Action Projects for the Girl Scout Silver Award and Gold Award are expected to r...

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Sustainability

Seniors and Ambassadors work to ensure the sustainability of their project in order to meet the Gold Award standards of excellence. A sustainable project is one that lasts after the girl’s involvement ends. A f...

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Gold Award: Getting Started

First, take training. Training is so important and will make sure you have all the most recent information on achieving the Gold Award. If you took training two years ago that is too long ago. Next, go to the G...

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Gold Award Hours

Not all projects will require the same length of time to complete from planning to sharing and celebration. The time it takes to earn the awards will depend on the nature of the project, the size of the team, a...

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What is the role of council's Girl Scout Gold Award committee?

The committee’s role is to ensure that girls’ projects meet the national guidelines. Generally, the committee reviews Girl Scout Gold Award Project Proposals, makes recommendations for project development and r...

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