The annual Cookie Activity pin acknowledges participation in the Girl Scout Cookie Program. A different colored pin can be earned each year.
Pins and Badges
When a Girl Scout places a pin or a badge on her vest or sash, it symbolizes an important achievement. Cookie Activity pins recognize the five skills learned and practiced during the sale. Cookie Business badges demonstrate that a girl has developed specific skills related to running her own business. When a Girl Scout wears these emblems, she lets the world know she’s a real-life Cookie Boss!
Cookie Activity Pin
Cookie Business Badges
Earning Cookie Business badges give Girl Scouts the chance to hone their skills and gain an understanding of the world of business.
See the Cookie Business Badges Girl Scouts can earn by grade level:
See how cookie money adds up.
Talk It Up Badge
Decide how to best use cookie profits.
Meet My Customers Badge
Find customers and be comfortable selling to them.
Give Back Badge
Learn how businesses help others.
Cookie CEO Badge
Learn to manage all facets of the cookie business.
Customer Insights Badge
Gain a better understanding of cookie customers.
Think Big Badge
Set big goals for the cookie sale and brainstorm creative ways to reach them.
Business Plan Badge
Write an effective business plan for the cookie business.
Know how to create a marketing plan for the cookie business.
My Portfolio Badge
Show college admissions officers and employers the benefits of the sales experience.
Customer Loyalty Badge
Build the cookie business by increasing customer loyalty.
Profit & Loss Badge
Translate Girl Scout values to the cookie business.
Research & Development Badge
Research and develop new ways to build the cookie business.
For other badges Girl Scouts earn outside of the cookie program, see the Award and Badge Explorer.