Cadette Award

All paperwork/patches/pins for the following awards are organized by a troop leader or an adult volunteer.

Cadette Leadership Journeys

  • Interact, Peacemaker, and Diplomat Awards, It’s Your World – Change It!
  • Aware, Alert, and Affirm Awards, It’s Your Planet – Love It!
  • Monitor, Influence, and Cultivate Awards, It’s Your Story – Tell It!

Cadette Journey Summit Award

  • Complete all three Cadette Journeys

The Silver Torch Award

  1. Complete one Cadette Leadership Journey.
  2. Serve one full term in a leadership position.

Cadette Community Service Bar

  • Volunteer with an organization of your choosing and work at least 20 hours

Cadette Service to Girl Scouting Bar

  • Volunteer with Girl Scouts and work at least 20 hours

Leader-In-Training (LIA)

  • Assist a Brownie group in earning one of their journey awards

*Please note that your service hours for the above awards need to be separate from those you earn toward other awards. Each award represents a new project and can only be earned once.

Cookie Activity Plan

  • Take part in the Cookie Sale

World Thinking Day Award

  • Take part in one of the special activities for Thinking Day

Global Action Award

Medal of Honor

  • This award is given to a girl who has shown presence of mine and a true Girl Scout spirit in an emergency

Bronze Cross

  • This award is given to a girl who has shown extraordinary heroism or risked her own life to save another’s

My Promise, My Faith

  1. Pick a line from the Girl Scout Law and find a text within your faith that relates to it.
  2. Interview a woman in your own or another faith community who can talk to you about the subject of the line you chose from the law.
  3. Find three inspirational quotes by women that fit with your line.
  4. Make something creative that reminds you of what you learned.
  5. Make a commitment to live what you have learned by sharing with others.

Safety Award:

  1. Learn how to make a room safe for a young child.
  2. Find out about water safety and perform a reaching assist.
  3. Teach a younger Girl Scout what to do if she gets lost and why talking she shouldn’t talk to strangers.
  4. With your family, make sure you have enough food, water and medical supplies on hand to last 3 days in case of a natural disaster.
  5. Discuss bullying with your Girl Scout group, friends or family. Write and sign a personal- responsibility statement that covers how you’ll behave at school, home
    and online.