Gold Award: 100 Years of Gold
The Gold Award is more than just a pin a Girl Scout wears with pride. It represents years of hard work, hundreds of hours solving community issues, and a century of women who became a catalyst for change.
This year’s Gold Award recipients contributed over 4,300 hours of community service estimated to be worth over $100,000 of volunteer labor. They dug deep into serious issues from domestic abuse to environmental issues and even ventured across the nation and around the globe to places from Sweetwater, Texas to Bihar, India.
These girls aren’t just any girls. They are visionary, change makers who are building a brighter future for all of us. They prove the world needs more Girl Scouts.
Don’t miss the STEM expo and Highest Honor Awards.
Explore the World of STEM, meet our 2017 Gold, Bronze, and Silver Awardees and celebrate GSHPA’s 10th Anniversary, May 20, 2017.