Girl Scouts helps girls discover their talents and strengths, connect with others, and take action in their communities. Trained, carring adult volunteers provide opportunities for girls to practice decision-making skills, develop healthy and positive self-esteem, and pursue interests in a supportive nurturing all-girl environment. Girls and adults plan together, as partners, to decide what activities they will do.
Girl Scout Juniors (grades 4-5) earn badges, hike and camp, participate in the cookie program, and much more. They have tons of fun and make new friends that will last a lifetime! A Girl Scout Junior's leadership journey begins with her choice of Girl Scouting's three journey series: It's Your World - Change It!, It's Your Planet - Love It! and It's Your Story - Tell It!
Agent of Change
Power! In this journey, there's a whole spiral of it waiting for Girl Scout Juniors. This powerful journey is filled with ceremonies and circles, real-life heroines and special new characters, including the fashion-savvy spider named Dez. Along the way, girls learn how their own power combines into team power and then moves out to become community power.
Girl Scout Juniors become leaders who energize, investigate, and innovate as they explore their own energy, the energy of their places and spaces, and the energy of getting from here to there. Along the way, Dez, the fashionista spider, learns right along with girls. Girl Scout Juniors will also meet energizing artists, cooks, engineers, and architects as they Get Moving to get others moving, too.
Whether they want to fly a plane, lead a rock band or win a gold medal, aMUSE helps Girl Scout Juniors take center stage and try out more roles than they ever thought possible, with a little help from Dez and the Muses. As they find out there is more to their story, girls may feel stronger, walk taller and gain confidence!
The Highest Honor a Girl Scout Junior Can Achieve
Welcome to the Girl Scout Bronze Award, your leadership adventure where you earn the highest honor a Girl Scout Junior can achieve. As you and your Girl Scout Troop or team plan and complete your Take Action Project, you will develop more confidence, meet new people and have the kind of fun that happens when you work with other Girl Scouts to make a difference in the world.
This award is designed to be accomplished during 4th and 5th grades and must be completed by the September 30th directly after you have graduated from 5th grade
- Be a registered Girl Scout Junior 4th or 5th grade.
- The completion of one Junior Journey Book, earning the Journey Awards, including the Journey Take Action Project.
An Overview to the Girl Scout Bronze Award Steps:
- Build your Girl Scout Junior team
- Explore your community
- Choose your Girl Scout Bronze Award Take Action Project
- Make a plan
- Put your plan in motion
- Spread the word
- The Bronze Award Take Action Project should be a minimum of 20 hours per Girl Scout.
- Bronze Award projects do not require pre-approval from Girl Scouts of Southwest Texas.
- Please use the Girl Scout Bronze Award Guidelines for Girl Scout Juniors to ensure all key components and guidelines of a Bronze Award Take Action Project is met.