Life Skills

Girl Scout Bronze Award



Even seemingly small actions can make a big impact

Creating solutions to the new and ever-changing obstacles that arise from this global pandemic.Girl Scouts are the youth leaders their communities need to create solutions to the new and ever-changing obstacles that arise from this global pandemic.

Activity Details

Working as a team, 4th and 5th grade Girl Scouts earn the Bronze Award—the highest award for Girl Scout Juniors— by exploring and addressing a community issue that’s important to them. They’re leaders in the making! 

Interested in becoming a Bronze Award Girl Scout? Visit our Bronze Award webpage to learn how!  

When you’re ready to go, contact your council so they can hook you up with everything you’ll need. Find your local Girl Scout council.

Note: Girls, volunteers and families are encouraged to take the time and space they need to adjust to this period of rapid change and uncertainty. When they’re ready, we’re here to support Junior Girl Scouts to safely take action in their communities—whether it’s helping ensure kids are still getting the nourishment and enrichment they need out of school, responding to the possible ramifications of isolation during social distancing, adapting an existing project to positively impact local communities today or something else entirely! 

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Troop Leaders:  The instructions for all badge steps are available free of charge in your  Girl Scout Volunteer Toolkit.

Girl Scouts at Home activities have been adapted from existing Girl Scout programming and optimized for use at home during a period of social distancing.