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      · Bronze Award Guide
         Silver Awards   
      · Silver Award Guide
         Gold Awards   
      · Gold Award - Online Resource
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AWARDS OVERVIEW

 

BRONZE

SILVER

GOLD

GRADE LEVEL

4-5th grades

6-8th grades

9-12th grades

HOURS REQUIRED (MIN. PER GIRL)

20

50

80

PREREQUISITES

Completion of 1 Junior Journey

Completion of 1 Cadette Journey

Completion of 2 Senior/Ambassador  Journeys, OR if they completed their Silver Award, just 1 Senior Ambassador Journey

Award Webinar Required?

Yes, mandatory for leaders

Yes, mandatory for leaders, recommended for girls

Yes, mandatory for girls, recommended for leaders

Number of Girls Allowed to Work on Project

Entire Junior Troop; Can team up with other troops OR break troop into smaller teams if girls interested in different topics

1-4, 4 is the max (no exceptions)

1, independent project

WHERE IS PAPERWORK LOCATED?

On GSHNJ website

On GSHNJ website

All required documentation (proposal, final report, supplementary materials) are found and submitted on Go Gold Online

DEADLINE

9/30 of year they graduate 5th grade

9/30 of year they graduate 8th grade

9/30 of year they graduate 12th grade

 

STRICT MONEY POLICIES AT ALL LEVELS!!

OTHER GOOD THINGS TO KNOW

BRONZE AWARD:

Leaders must view the Bronze Award Online Tutorial before starting the project

SILVER AWARD:

Leaders must view the Silver Award Online Tutorial before starting the project

GOLD AWARD:

Girls must view the Gold Award Online Tutorial before starting the project. Parents and Adults are welcome to view the presentation.