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.
✓ You are in fourth or fifth grade
✓ You are a registered Girl Scout Junior
✓ You have completed a Junior Journey
Let our council know you want to earn it.
Build your Girl Scout Junior team.
Explore your community.
Decide on a project to work on.
Make a plan of action.
Put your plan in motion.
Spread the word!
The Bronze Award Final Report is used to review and approve projects. Please designate one adult volunteer to be the project contact and complete the report after discussing the questions with the girls. Submit one Bronze Award Final Report per project.
Congratulations on completing your project and making a difference! Now it’s time to be recognized. To participate in a council Girl Award ceremony, projects must be completed and final reports submitted by March 31. If the final report is submitted after March 31, girls will be recognized at the following year’s ceremony. Girls have until September 30 of the year they bridge to Cadettes to complete their Bronze Award project and submit final reports.
Adult volunteers will be notified once the council has reviewed and approved the Final Report. Upon approval, Bronze Award pins may be purchased at any Spirit of Nebraska a Juliette's Boutique or online. Each girl will be recognized during a council ceremony in May or June with a Bronze Award certificate. For girls unable to attend, certificates will be mailed after the final council ceremony to the adult who submitted the final report.
If you have questions about the Bronze Award, please email Member Support or call 402.558.8189.