It is important to GSMISTS that every girl is getting a quality Gold experience. The steps explained below are how we do our best to maintain the integrity of the Gold Award and ensure girls will feel encouraged and empowered throughout the whole Gold process. Girls who work the closest with their Gold Award Committee mentors have the greatest success.


  • Earned Silver Award and 1 Senior/Ambassador Journey OR Earned 2 Senior/Ambassador Journeys.
  • Research issues in your community.
  • Attend the Go Gold Workshop​ – once your other prerequisites are complete. 


Complete and submit Girl Scout Gold Award Project Proposal to
Paperwork is reviewed by Gold Award Committee.

You will be invited to attend one of the Gold Award Committee Meetings to present your Project Proposal.  The Committee will discuss your project and make suggestions for any changes if needed.  A Gold Award Advisor will be appointed for you and the Gold Award Agreement will be signed.


Once the Gold Award Agreement has been signed by you and your Gold Award Advisor, you may begin your project following the Gold Award Guidelines​.

Remember to check in with your Advisor monthly.  Your Advisor is there to offer support and guidance as you strive to achieve Gold.  Communication is key!


Once your Gold Award Project is finished, complete the Girl Scout Gold Award Final Report and schedule a Final Interview with your Gold Award Advisor.  Your Advisor must sign off on your Final Report.

The Gold Award has been officially earned upon completing a successful Final Interview and all paperwork has been submitted to You will be notified by mail upon successful completion.


Each girl completes the Gold and Teen Award request Form to receive recognition at Gold and Teen Award Ceremony. Forms are due February 1st

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