Interested in learning more about the Girl Scout Bronze Award? You've come to the right place!
The Girl Scout Bronze Award is the highest national award that a Girl Scout Junior in grades 4-5 can earn.
GSLE stands for the "Girl Scout Leadership Experience," where girls discover, connect and take action to become leaders in their communities. Before starting work on your Bronze Award under Pathway GSLE, you must:
Once you have completed your Journey, you must engage in a Take Action Project that focuses on something you and your troop care about and would like to improve in your Girl Scout or local community. It is suggested that you spend a minimum of 20 hours on the project. The 20 hour guideline does not include time spent on your Journey. Your troop leader can approve your Take Action project. You do not need council approval.
To complete your Bronze Award using Pathway GSLE, please use the following resources instead of the information on Bronze in your Junior Girl Scout Handbook.