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Girl Scout Gold Award Go Gold

Gold Award Girl Scouts

Issues of the world, meet your match. 

Since 1916, Girl Scouts have been making meaningful, sustainable change in their communities and around the world. The Girl Scout Gold Award, the highest honor a Girl Scout can earn, acknowledges the power behind each recipient’s dedication to not only empowering and bettering herself, but also to making the world a better place for others. Gold Award Girl Scouts are courageous leaders and visionary change makers.

Once achieved, it shows colleges, employers, and your community that you’re out there changing the world.

Join a century of women who have done big things. Learn about scholarships for Gold Award Girl Scouts, the history of the Gold Award, and the benefits of going Gold. 

You can pursue your Girl Scout Gold Award if:

You're in high school (ninth through twelfth grade, or equivalent) 


You're registered as a Girl Scout Senior or Girl Scout Ambassador


You have completed two Senior or Ambassador Journeys OR earned the Girl Scout Silver Award and completed a Journey

Girl Scout Gold Award Steps
  1. Identify an issue
  2. Investigate your issue thoroughly
  3. Get help and build your team
  4. Create a plan
  5. Present your plan and gather feedback
  6. Take action
  7. Educate and inspire
Gold Award Workshops

Girl Scouts Western Oklahoma holds 4 workshops a year to help girls learn how to earn the Gold Award. To register for our next workshop, visit the activity tab on our website.

Attending a workshop is a pre-requisite for all Seniors and Ambassadors wanting to earn the Gold Award.

2022 Dates to Remember
  • March 1: Final reports must be received to be recognized at the 2022 Girl Awards Ceremony.
  • September 30: Deadline for final reports for membership year. Girls will be recognized at the 2023 Girl Awards Ceremony.
Gold Award Alliance

As a Council we are working to spread the work regarding the significance of girls who receive their Gold Award, and to demonstrate to people throughout our community the significance of the award and the value it brings.

To do that, we are working to gather information on past Gold Award recipients (including Golden Eaglet, Curved Bar, etc.) who currently reside in our 39 serviced counties in central and western Oklahoma.

If you are a past Gold Award recipient, or know of someone who is, please help us by filling out the form so we may grow our Gold Award Alumnae Alliance. 

Click HERE to locate the form.


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