Girl Scouts of Western Washington Silver Award Final Report Form Updated November 2018 5 All Silver Award Projects should have at least one measurable goal. Sometimes goals aren’t met—and that’s totally okay! But it is valuable to set goals, keep track of them, and analyze what happened. 4.
Silver Award Highest Awards. Reflect, share your story, and celebrate Now that you have completed your project, fill out your Silver Award Final Report and attach your printed approval page from Step Four and submit it to your leader.; This form must be turned in to your troop advisor by September 30th of the year you complete 8 th grade and enter 9 th grade.
Silver Award Projects. This is a compilation of Silver Award Projects that have been done by other Cadette Scouts or Troops. If you or your troop have done a Silver Project that isn't listed here, please email us and share so we can add it to our compilation.
You must be a GS Cadette (grades 6-8) to earn the GS Silver Award. ALL steps (including your Final Report) must be completed before September 30 thof your 9 grade year and before you bridge to GS Seniors. Award ceremonies for Silver Award are handled by each Service Unit. Your Silver Award Consultant has the specific information.
SILVER AWARD PACKET. Step-By Step Guide for Cadette Girl Scouts, Leaders, Parents, Project Advisors, and Mentors. Included in this packet you will find National Silver Award Steps, GSSEM Process and Tips for potential award recipients. Last Revised - August 2016.
Sara's Silver Award Project was called Brownie Buddies. She worked with a new local Brownie Troop to help them get started in Girl Scouting by leading them in earning Try- Its and Fun Badges. She helped bring together a group of girls from different schools and made them into a group of friends and is looking forward to working with the troop again in the future.
Real scholarship essay examples for most common essay prompts as well as competitive scholarships from Gates Millennium, Jack Kent Cooke, Horatio Alger, National Honors Society, and more.
This training is recommended girls who would like to work towards their Silver Award, the second highest award a Girl Scout can earn, and the leaders who want to mentor and guide them through this process. Includes project examples, mandatory paperwork and integrations of Journeys and badgework.