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Girl Scout Gold Award Record

Name: Address: Phone: ( ) Your Email: Your Parent's Email: Troop/Group Advisor: Troop/Group Advisor's Phone: ( Service Unit:

STEP 1: GET READY

Zip:

)

Email:

Girl Scout Gold Award Advisor: Advisor's Phone: ( ) Advisor's Email:

G o l d A w a r d Ti m el i n e Gold Leadership Award Charm 1. Earn an IPA based on: honest & fair, friendly & helpful, considerate & caring or courageous & strong 2. Earn an IPA based on: responsible for what I say and do, respect myself and others or respect authority 3. Earn an IPA based on: use resources wisely, make the world a better place or be a sister to every Girl Scout 4. Earn charm for the STUDIO 2B Focus Book of your choice. 5. Spend 30 hours in one or more leadership roles. 6. Journal It: Write down what you have learned Gold Career Award Charm 1. Spend 40 hours working or learning about careers 2. Write your dream job description. Gold 4Bs Challenge Award Charm 1. Become: Figure out what you need to do to become your best self in the future. Decide on two skills you need to improve and the steps you will take to improve them. 2. Belong. Find out more about your community and its members. 3. Believe: Draft a vision statement of change for one aspect of the community needs 4. Build: Build your persuasive skills to help you persuade others to support your position on this issue. Girl Scout Gold Award Pin 1. ORGANIZE. Create a timeline for achieving your Gold Award 2. LEAD. Earn the Girl Scout Gold Leadership Award 3. NETWORK. Earn the Girl Scout Gold Career Award 4. EXPLORE. Earn the Girl Scout Gold 4B's Challenge 5. CREATE. Create a project plan for your Girl Scout Gold Award Project. Present your project plan to GS Council and get approval. 6. ACT. Complete a Girl Scout Gold Award Project. Your project should total at least 65 "planning and doing" hours. 7. REFLECT. Reflect and evaluate -realize how earning the Girl Scout Gold Award has changed you and impacted others. Target Date Completion Date Target Date Completion Date Target Date Completion Date Target Date Completion Date

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STEP 2: GIRL SCOUT GOLD LEADERSHIP AWARD Activities Date Completed Advisor Signature

1. Earn 3 IPs related to the Girl Scout Law (refer to page 1) IP: Related Law: How did it help you be a better leader? IP: Related Law: How did it help you be a better leader? IP: Related Law: How did it help you be a better leader? 2. Studio 2B Focus Book: One thing you learned about setting goals: How did it help you be a better leader? 3. Lead It: (30 hours)

Date Briefly Explain Action Time Spent

Total

4. Write down what you have learned:

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STEP 3: GIRL SCOUT GOLD CAREER AWARD Activities Date Completed Advisor Signature

1. Write your dream job description.

2. Career related activities (40 hours):

Date Briefly Explain Activity Time Spent

Total

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STEP 4: GIRL SCOUT GOLD 4 B'S CHALLENGE AWARD

Activity (use back of sheet if needed) A. Become: What are your strongest skills in managing projects? Decide on 2 skills you need to improve and the steps you will take to improve them. 1. Goal: Improvement Steps: 2. Goal: Improvement Steps:

Date Completed

Advisor Signature

B. Belong: Find out more about your community and its members. Community organizations: Service organizations: Veteran organizations: Schools: Library: Government offices: C. Believe: What are the top five needs of my community? 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. How do I know that this statement is true? Why do these needs exist? What project can be done to address these needs? What can I do to change the situation? What will the community look like after the project is completed? What will be the long-term effects of the project on the community?

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STEP 4: GIRL SCOUT GOLD 4 B'S CHALLENGE AWARD (continued) Date Completed Advisor Signature

Activity (use back of sheet if needed) D. Build Who are the other people in the community who care about this issue?

What people in the community does this issue affect?

Which people have the power to help solve this issue?

Who supports young people and community service?

Who are the political community leaders?

Who are the community leaders who are not elected officials?

How can you gain the support of the people you need?

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STEP 5: GIRL SCOUT GOLD AWARD PROJECT PROPOSAL Title of Project: Proposed start date: Proposed completion date:

A. Describe the issue your project will address, what you hope to achieve, and who will benefit.

B. Discuss the reasons for selecting this project.

C. Outline your strengths, talents, and skills that will be put into action.

D. Describe the steps involved for putting your plan into action, including facilities and/or equipment needed. (You can attach project plan.)

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E. Indicate methods and/or tools you will utilize to evaluate the effectiveness of your project.

F. List the names of project advisors and resources you plan to use.

G. Estimate overall project expenses and how you plan to meet these costs:

Expense Item Source Amount

Total

H. If you are proposing a group project, list names of those you would like to work with. Describe your individual leadership role in this project and explain why this project needs more than one person working on it.

Your signature: Girl Scout Gold Award Advisor's signature:

Date: ___________________________________

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Gold Award Final Report

Note: This form is subject to change. Make sure you have the correct version prior to presenting to Council. Please fill out using a word-processing program, type, or print in black ink. Make copies for your Girl Scout Gold Award Project Advisor and for you to keep. SUBMIT ORIGINAL TO YOUR COUNCIL. rd Deadline: Final report must be submitted before the third (3 ) Wednesday of September after your high school graduation. Name Address City Phone School Troop Advisor Advisor's Phone ( ) ( ) State Email Grade Troop Number Advisor's E-Mail Graduation Date Service Unit Zip Code Age

STEP 6: Tracking Project Hours (minimum 65 hours) Date Started: Date Completed:

Date Briefly Explain Activity Time Spent

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STEP 6: Tracking Project Hours (minimum 65 hours) (continued)

Date Briefly Explain Activity Time Spent

Total

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STEP 7: Reflection and Evaluation A. Briefly summarize your project. Include the issue your project addressed and the methods you used for meeting the project objectives.

B. Discuss the benefits your project provided to others in the community.

C. Detail the method used for evaluating the impact of your project.

D. What did you learn about yourself as a result of this project?

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E. What aspects of your project would you change or do differently?

F. What was the most successful aspect of your project?

Your Signature: Girl Scout Gold Award Project Advisors (at least two): Project Advisor Signature How was this person involved in your project?

Date: DateD

Project Advisor Signature How was this person involved in your project?

DateDate

Project Advisor Signature How was this person involved in your project?

DateDate

Received by Council on: Approved:

(Council Representative)

Final approval given on: Date:

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